“This two-day comprehensive business plan writing courseware package is ideal for business owners with little to no business plan writing experience, and for business owners looking to grow their business. When participants complete the courseware program, they will have everything they need to write a compelling, complete, business plan that they can confidently use to support their business growth.”
“This Business Planning Workbook is designed to help Aboriginal entrepreneurs create a business plan. Business plans are very important tools for people starting a business. A business plan is like a road map. It shows where you want to go and gives the details on how you will get there.”
“The Workforce Expansion Self-Employment Benefit Program helps unemployed individuals create a job for themselves by starting a new business. The program provides various types of support during the initial development phase of the business including financial assistance, coaching and ongoing technical advice. Coaching is tailored to meet individual needs and can include subjects such as business plan development, accounting, and marketing.”
“Our interactive Business Plan Writer has been designed to simplify the business planning process. Not only is this tool dynamic, allowing you to customize your plan, we’ve also provided tips & tricks and plenty of examples to guide you as you write.”
“Building a Blueprint for Success: Evaluate your business plan's effectiveness by using your Cash Flow Projection results to get cash in hand before you need it, Measuring your progress on a monthly basis, Reviewing your business plan often, and updating it whenever significant changes occur in your personal life, in your business, in the marketplace or in the economy. Scotia Plan Writer for business: Our interactive planning tool will guide you through the process of writing a business plan. It's an easy way to get started.
“Want to know an inside secret? The person you should write your business plan for is you, not your banker. Banks use their own objective criteria to make money-lending decisions. Of course, the fact that you have a business plan will definitely count in your favour. You’ll be better prepared with a business plan. Writing it forces you to think through basic questions and lets you fine-tune your ideas.”