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This section of your business plan should include details of your business's trading address.
This section of your plan should give details on things like: You should also include details if your business owns intellectual property on any processes or patents on any technologies.
Potential funders will use this section to see if your business can sell products or services in a form customers will like, as this could make your business successful.
An executive summary should give an overview of each section of your business plan.
It's the part potential funders will read to decide if they're interested in reading your entire plan.
Being prepared for those headaches – and trying to get ahead of them – can greatly decrease the impact they have on your business.
One important step in preparing for the challenges your startup may face is writing a solid business plan.
Jennifer Post graduated from Rowan University in 2012 with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism.
Having worked in the food industry, print and online journalism, and marketing, she is now a freelance contributor for Business News Daily and