Have you wondered how good your business plan is for raising Funds? Want the confidence your business plan will be taken seriously by prospective Funders?
Do you wish there was someone who could give you an insight into how it will be received?
Request your assessment by emailing your plan to email@example.com and we’ll take a look for free.
A good, well structured and targeted, Business Plan is essential if you are to succeed in your fund raising process. Most Managing Directors have written numerous internal ‘milestone’ business plans, but few have ever written a ‘Winning’ Funding Business Plan. The two are very different and it is not something that you have to do every day.
- How do you decide what structure to follow?
- What are the 10 most common mistakes?
- What should be included in the executive summary?
- What exit plan are Angels looking for?
- How detailed should the sales and marketing plan be?
- What assumptions to include?
- What returns are Angels looking for?
- Do I need a SWOT?
- Are full three year financials required and in what detail?
- What should be in the main plan and what goes into an appendix?
The questions are endless.
LGBA members have not only written many funding business plans but have also been asked to score plans for a number of networks. We have built up a template of what we believe the structure and content of a business plan should be.
Send us your plan by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will Score it against our template Free of Charge and we will email the results back to you within a few days
Alternatively if you already know your funding business plan is not up to the mark, you may like to undertake a Business Plan Rectification Workshop. Here we’ll review your plan and then work with you to improve it and make it suitable to put in front of prospective funders and get it read by them.
Not yet started on your plan? Why not download our white paper on how to write a winning funding business plan.
Not sure if your business is up to the mark look into our business mirror and see if your business stacks up