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You are not in business if you don't have a business plan! Listen in as Eric Kim breaks down the importance of having a business plan and other services he provides to help take businesses to the next level!
Eric Kim is the founder and Managing Director at PlanIt Business. For over 17 years, Eric Kim has been helping both large publicly traded companies as well as private corporations and small businesses with their funding and positioning needs. Eric has a natural skill that has been developed to "strip down" a business to its core strengths and then "build back up" the business value proposition by careful communication of those strengths and opportunities to potential lenders and / or investors. While at PlanItBusiness, Eric has written business plans to raise in excess of $150 Million dollars. In addition, Eric has significant start-up company experience, having founded three successful businesses and raised investor money for them.
Eric earned an Ivy League M.B.A. from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, with a major in Corporate Finance and Private Equity / Venture Capital and B.S. in Business Management from The University of California, Berkeley
Click on the link for more information www.PlanitBusiness.com or call 1-800-894-0828.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is honored to welcome Elinor Stutz, CEO of Smooth Sale, is an inspirational speaker and author of three books. The most recent, INSPIRED Business A New Vision for Building Business and Communities stems from a long-held secret: While on a stretcher with a broken neck, Elinor Stutz heard her family sobbing upon their hearing the surgeon’s prediction of paralysis. BUT at that very moment, Elinor experienced two visions asking “Are you ready for the fight of your life?” and, “Will you learn how to believe, become and empower others?”
Her story is compelling, inspiring, and leads others directly into knowing how to build a successful heart-based business.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsed by the Credit Management Association (CMA) and Commercial Credit Management Associates LLC (CCMA).
Creating a “Living” Business Plan with Tim Jacquet. To strengthen your focus and prospects for growth, commit your strategy to paper—and let it live off the page.
Today's program will discuss how to represent your products and services in your business plan. We'll show you what to do and what not to do. We'll show you the difference between benefits and features and explain to you why it's crucial to talk about benefits and not features. Join on on Monday, October 7th at 4 pm.
You've waited long enough to move on that idea. It's time to get started on your business plan, and turn that idea into a real-life venture. Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, from 4 to 4:15 pm when we talk about the first two components of a basic business plan, the executive summary and your company description. We'll show you how to get started, and what information you need. Success is waiting, but you will need a plan. See you then.
AM 1220 KDOW Business Coach Margaret Jackson will be grilling up business planning and playing the business game well.
Business on the Edge Lunch Grill "Why Plan Your Business?"
Okay, you've got an idea. Now what? How do you turn that idea into a successful business? Today we'll discuss how to create a basic business plan. We'll begin with some insight about why you really need one. Then we'll begin to examine the eight parts of a business plan, and what each one of those parts consists of. So get your laptop or tablet and join us tonight from 10:00 to 10:15 pm.
Today we'll complete a brief summary of the last four components of a business plan: organization and management, services and/or product lines, marketing strategies and sales, and funding requests and financial projections. Archives of earlier shows this week can also be accessed at http://blogtalkradio.com/successtechniques.
Now that we've gone through all the segments of your basic business plan, today's show will highlight the most salient points of each segment. We'll talk about what you really need to focus on the most in each segment. Don't miss this important closeout show.
Hopefully by now, you're convinced that you really do need a written business plan. Glad that's settled; because it's now time to begin to examine what's actually in that business plan so you can begin setting strategic goals that will help you achieve success. We will talk about the Executive Summary, Company Description, and the Market Analysis. See you then.
The marketing and sales strategy of your business plan is what will actually drive sales. Your strategies should be unique to your business, products, and/or services. We'll discuss what that plan should entail, and give some practical suggestions for creating strategies for attracting your target market to your products and services, and transforming prospects into purchasing customers.
An important question for you to answer is how you will drive sales for your business. Join us as we discuss thiss crucial topic and how you can create an effective sales strategy for your products and services.
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