Is a business plan more important than a business vision?

To start a business, you need a smart idea, capital, maybe some employees, machinery, a unique business name, a legal structure and a good location. On the other hand, making a business grow and successful is a different story – apart from those basic things needed to start one, bringing success to your business requires dedication, hard work, focus and more importantly a good plan.

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Business Plan

Every entrepreneur needs to have a good business plan in their arsenal. A business plan is a very important strategic tool that can help you focus on the specific steps necessary for your business ideas to succeed. Moreover, it also helps you to achieve both your short and long-term goals.

Unfortunately, not all entrepreneurs see the importance of having a business plan despite hearing a lot of other people talking about its importance. Many are reluctant to have their plan written down. In fact, there are numerous articles online claiming that the business plan is dead or irrelevant. Of course not everyone agrees with that.

Many successful entrepreneurs and business experts have stated that having a good business idea is not enough. If you cannot formulate, execute and implement a strategic plan to make your business idea work, even excellent business ideas can be totally useless.

Like we’ve mentioned, having a business plan on hand helps you make sound decision. It helps you define and focus on your business ideas and strategies. Not only it does help you focus on the financial matters, but it also helps on financial issues, technology, human resource planning and creating customer value.

In addition to being a helpful decision-making tool, you can also use your business plan to raise money for your business. Your business plan can be used as a demonstration to your potential investors of your business’ likelihood to succeed and how much money you’ll need to take off.

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