DURATION: 2 hours
11m to 1pm Eastern Daylight Time
Changing or changing direction due to COVID? Or turning your ideas into a new business?
A business plan is essential to the success of your business. Certified SCORENYC mentors and startup experts Sandy Eames and Jerry Baron will guide you through developing a clear business model and strategy, creating a compelling business plan and preparing your financial projections.
- Component of the Business Plan
- Resources Needed for Each Component
- Building the Business Plan
- Financial Projections
- Free SCORENYC Financial Projection tools
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
At the end of this webinar, you will have the knowledge and resources to:
- Describe the reasons to prepare a business plan
- List the top 10 requirements for success
- Assess your business model
- Summarize the structure of a business plan
- Discuss the business planning process based on an example of a small business
- Define the lender’s perspective
- Outline the process for performing financial projections
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Entrepreneurs considering starting a small business, or pivoting/changing their existing business model. Entrepreneurs in early stages of assembling a business plan.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Marketing/business development executive and consultant with small-to-large medical electronics companies. Involved in Internet based business-to-business startups with expertise in business plans development. Active volunteer with non-profits. An experienced certified Score mentor, he has expertise in business strategy, business plans, outbound marketing, product development, strategic alliances and non-profits. Sandy is a Score NYC Mentor.
Owned a financial services consulting firm. Expert in business plan development, risk management instruments, employee benefits, and retirement plans. Experienced professional providing growth strategies for small and mid-sized business. Expertise working with startups and non-profits.
This is a paid event costing $20.
There will be no refunds for this webinar unless SCORE NYC cancels it.