Business Plans

Business plans

These are the business plans that our agency can provide. Choose the one that you think fits you needs. Of course that we can provide other services in addition to the plan that you would choose. And the cost would be discussed at the signing of the contract.

Minimum Business Plan

- development time - 15 working days
We ask your own business plan structure and fix it. If necessary, you can add any options, but at an additional cost.

Minimum Business Plan

- development time - 15 working days
We ask your own business plan structure and fix it. If necessary, you can add any options, but at an additional cost.

Regular Business plan

- development time - 25 working days
Compared with the Minimum option is supposed to have a more detailed structure of a business plan, which includes an extended section on strategic marketing, as well as additional options in the financial plan.

Maximum Business Plan

- development time - 35 working days
Or provided the most complete business plan structure - in accordance with any international standards, or the formation of the structure of the business plan according to your preferences.
Marketing plan:

Research and analysis of the overall market:

• Industry business environment and the current trends in the market;
• Factors of influence and market prospects
Study proposals and competitive analysis:
• Analysis of the volume and structure of demand in the market;
• The general analysis of competition in the market;
• Description and characteristics of the main players in the market;
• Comparative analysis of competitors as regards range policy;
• Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of the pricing policy;
• Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of sales policy;
The study of demand, analysis of current and potential customers:
• Analysis of the volume of demand in the market (market size);
• Characteristics of the target audience (consumers);
• The segmentation of the target audience (consumers);
• Identify unmet demand: quantitative and qualitative aspects;
Formation of market forecasts.

Marketing Strategy:

• Development of recommendations on the choice of a marketing strategy;
• Development of recommendations on the optimal strategy of positioning the company in the market;
• Development of optimal assortment policy;
• Development of an optimal pricing policy;
• Development of an optimal marketing policy.
Organizational and operational plan:
• Description of the business model of the project;
• Description of the main stages of the project;
• Description of material factors of production: premises, equipment, raw materials, etc .;
• Description workforce: organizational structure, departments, positions and number of employees.
Financial plan:
• Background and input data;
• Evaluation of capital costs and investment needs;
• The financing strategy: income sources and uses of funds;
• Formation of the forecast of the income statement:
o Construction revenue streams;
o Building supplies flows.

Business Plan 250

Development time – 23 working days

In contrast to the Business Plan 200 is added to the description of business processes on the upper level, as well as the calculation of indicators of financial performance of the project:

Marketing plan:

• Research and analysis of the overall market:
o Industry business environment and the current trends in the market;
o Factors of influence and market prospects
• Study proposals and competitive analysis:
o Analysis of the volume and structure of demand in the market;
o The general analysis of competition in the market;
o Description and characteristics of the main players in the market;
o Comparative analysis of competitors as regards range policy;
o Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of the pricing policy;
o Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of sales policy;
• The study of demand, analysis of current and potential customers:
o Analysis of the volume of demand in the market (market size);
o Characteristics of the target audience (consumers);
o The segmentation of the target audience (consumers);
o Identify unmet demand: quantitative and qualitative aspects;
• Formation of market forecasts.

Marketing Strategy:

• Development of recommendations on the choice of a marketing strategy;
• Development of recommendations on the optimal strategy of positioning the company in the market;
• Development of optimal assortment policy;
• Development of an optimal pricing policy;
• Development of an optimal marketing policy.

Organizational and operational plan:

• Description of the business model of the project;
• Description of business processes on the upper level;
• Description of the main stages of the project;
• Description of material factors of production: premises, equipment, raw materials, etc .;
• Description workforce: organizational structure, departments, positions and number of employees.

Financial plan:

• Background and input data;
• Evaluation of capital costs and investment needs;
• The financing strategy: income sources and uses of funds;
• Formation of the forecast of the income statement:
o Construction revenue streams;
o Building supplies flow;
• Evaluation of performance of the project cost-effectiveness:
o payback period (PB);
o Discounted payback period (DPB);
o Net present value (NPV);
o Internal rate of return (IRR);
o The weighted average cost of capital (WACC).

Business Plan 500

Development time – 35 working days

Brief description of the project concept:

o The initial data and conditions of the project;
o Description of the project of a new product or service;

Marketing plan:

o Research and analysis of the overall market:
 Industry business environment and the current trends in the market;
 Factors of influence and market prospects;
 SWOT-analysis industry (analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the market with the external environment);
o Study proposals and competitive analysis:
 Analysis of the volume and structure of demand in the market;
 The general analysis of competition in the market;
 Description and characteristics of the main players in the market;
 Comparative analysis of competitors as regards range policy;
 Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of the pricing policy;
 Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of sales policy;
 Comparative analysis of competitors in the context of promotion methods;
o The study of demand, analysis of current and potential customers:
 Analysis of the volume of demand in the market (market size);
 Characteristics of the target audience (consumers);
 The segmentation of the target audience (consumers);
 Identify unmet demand: quantitative and qualitative aspects;
 Identification of promising niches and target groups of consumers;
o Formation of market forecasts.

Marketing Strategy:

o Development of recommendations on the choice of a marketing strategy;
o Description Unique Selling Proposition (USP) and the unique competitive advantages of goods or services;
o Development of recommendations on the optimal strategy of positioning the company in the market;
o Development of optimal assortment policy;
o Development of an optimal pricing policy;
o Development of an optimal marketing policy;
o Determine the most effective methods to promote products or services on the market.

Organizational and operational plan:

o Description of the business model of the project;
o Description of business processes on the upper level;
o Description of the main stages of the project;
o Description of material factors of production: premises, equipment, raw materials, etc .;
o Description workforce: organizational structure, departments, positions and number of employees.

6. Financial plan:

o Background and input data;
o Evaluation of capital costs and investment needs;
o The financing strategy: income sources and uses of funds;
o Formation of the forecast of the income statement:
 Construction revenue streams;
 Building supplies flows.
o Formation of the forecast cash flow statement (CF);
o Evaluation of performance of the project cost-effectiveness:
 payback period (PB);
 Discounted payback period (DPB);
 Net present value (NPV);
 Internal rate of return (IRR);
 Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR);
 Profitability Index (PI);
 The weighted average cost of capital (WACC);
o Sensitivity analysis of the parameters of the project:
 Discounted payback period (DPB);
 Net present value (NPV);
 Internal rate of return (IRR);
o Risk analysis.