The Right Business Plan
We see a lot of business plans. The ones that impress us are
those that show professionalism, simplicity, dedication and clarity.
Every company should develop and use a succinct written business
plan to guide its operations.
We expect a company's business plan to clearly convey the potential
of the investment opportunity. We don't expect a business plan
alone to have all of the answers to every conceivable question.
What's important to us is the quality of an idea, the nature of
the opportunity, and the commitment management makes to achieving
ambitious and attainable goals. While business plans come in many
varieties, and there are a number of acceptable ways to structure
and present a business plan, we look for several key elements
when we evaluate a business plan.
Under appropriate circumstances, we're also interested in exceptional
entrepreneurs who have only a raw idea and need help formulating
the concept into a business plan. In this type of scenario, we
can put together a program to incubate the idea in our offices
with the help and support of our resources and network of contacts.