As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, business plan guru Tim Berry, hosted an hour-long webinar on business planning fundamentals.
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Starting a new business is a very exciting time – however, it is also very challenging. Luckily there is plenty of help at hand for those who are clever enough to look for it.
In a world increasingly affected by globalisation, increased competitiveness and maturing products, the need for creativity and entrepreneurship has never been greater. Luckily, the attractions of becoming an entrepreneur have never been greater either.
Writing a business plan is one of the most important things an entrepreneur must do when starting a new business. However, writing a compelling business plan is easier said than done.
The phenomenon of bootstrapping is simply starting a business without external funding such as venture capital (VC) funding.
Given that one area of particular interest for us is business planning, it seems like a very good place to start. You must resist all temptation to skip writing a business plan.
This article outlines the key resources available to UK entrepreneurs when preparing a business plan. Use them for assistance with the writing of the plan, as well as for understanding the implications of certain business decisions you make in the process.
Most start-ups need to keep their costs down when they start out, as revenue is uncertain. There are a bunch of free online tools that can help you manage your business costs more effectively.
A business plan is not just required to secure funding at the start-up phase, but is a vital aid to help you manage your business more effectively.
During the week of November 17-23, 2008, countries all around the world joined together to carry the banner of Global Entrepreneurship Week, an initiative aimed at young people everywhere.
Palo Alto Software supported Global Entrepreneurship Week with a series of articles, webinars, and informational Q&A's — all focused on bringing your startup or small business back to the fundamentals of business.
Palo Alto Software offered the following activities for Global Entrepreneurship Week: