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Starting a Business

What should my business proposal say?

I want to start my own business. How do I begin in starting up a parking lot business? What should my proposal say?
- Guest Writer
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.
Starting a business is a great step.

And putting together a proposal is obviously about bringing together ideas, people and capital.

The proposal should sell your business idea to a potential investor from all three areas. The idea, why it's a great one, including needs to how you will deliver. The people and why an investor would back you and your team. And the money, how are you going to give the investors/bankers a return.

A great book on this is by Keith Cunnigham called Keys to the Vault.

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