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What to Look For in a Business Plan Writer

by on April 22, 2018 in The Biz Tips

A realistic business plan has great significance for your business growth. Hence, a business plan writer is a professional who knows how to put your business goals on paper in an easy to understand way. To serve this purpose, you need a professional writer who can draft a detailed business plan for your start-up. We have analyzed some traits that you must look for in your business plan writer:

1. Knowledge

You need to ensure that your business plan writer possesses all the necessary skills and knowledge of strategic business planning. You should take into account that how long the writer has been writing the business plans.

2. Experience

An experienced business plan writer knows how to prepare a concise business plan for your company. He has potential to define your marketing strategy and identify possible opportunities and threats. He should possess excellent skills to prepare a realistic financial plan for your company.

3. Portfolio

You can ask your business plan writer, “Do you have a portfolio?” A professional writer keeps the record of his professional work. It is best if he can provide you with the names of companies he has prepared business plans for.

4. Listen to Your Business Goals

The goal without a plan is a mere wish. Therefore, your business plan writer needs to listen to your company’s goals and to prepare the business plan accordingly. The well-defined business goals improve teamwork and help in your business growth. You should look for someone who can help your stakeholders to understand the direction your business is heading in.

5. Availability

Preparing a business plan is not a one-time activity. Therefore, give preference to someone who is available and prioritizes your needs. A business plan may require regular revisions on the basis of regular updates. The hiring of a writer who will be available to help with the important reviews and necessary revisions is important.

6. Cost

Cost is also a determining factor in hiring a professional writer. The more experience a business writer has, the more he costs you. However, you don’t want to miss any opportunity in preparing a sound business plan. Price is what you pay; value is what you get.

7. Find Someone on your Team

The best business plan writer can be someone on your team who can think through the logic from your managers’ perspective. Hence, the best person for writing the business plan will be the one who knows the nature of your business.

To sum the discussion, it is recommended to prefer someone who has an excellent track record as business plan writer and knows your business potential and capable to define clear objectives for your business.

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