HOW TO WRITE A BUSINESS PLAN | JEFFREY NAH | FROM SINGAPORE

The primary value of a business plan is to create a written outline that evaluates all aspects of the economic viability of your business venture including a description and analysis of your business prospects.

 

What you will cover? 
 

Module 1: Understanding what is a business plan


•    What is a business plan?
•    Why prepare a business plan


Module 2: Business Plan Format


•    Vision statement
•    The people
•    Business profile
•    Economic assessment


Module 3: Six Steps to a Great Business Plan


•    Basic business concept
•    Feasibility and specifics
•    Focus and refine concept
•    Outline the specifics of your business
•    Put your plan into a compelling form
•    Review sample plans


Module 4: Business Plan's Necessary Factors


•    Understanding your market
•    Healthy, growing and stable industry
•    Capable management
•    Able financial control
•    Consistent business focus
•    Mindset to anticipate change


Who is the coach?
 


 

Jeffrey Nah lectures on Technopreneurship and Innovation at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore as well as consult with SMEs on innovation, internationalization, leadership & talent development to drive business growth and expansion.

Jeff is a mentor with Singapore Management University (SMU) Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship. He is also a judge at SMU's Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan 2017 competition, as well as the online startup community platform, Startup-O.
 

Which teaching method to be applied? 
 

eClasses (Online coaching) eConversations (Live instructor training)
4 weeks: 20 hours 
4 weeks: 8 hours 
 

IBI Blended eLearning were designed to achieve a good balance within group learning and real time discussion, self-study and interactive learning which is conducted by competence based teachers and experts to completely replace classroom training.
 

 

IBI Online Teaching Method | Explanation Video

 

 

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