How to Create Your First Successful Business Plan
Entrepreneurial expert Chris Haroun uses his patented process to help make your new business plan a reality.
You've got that great idea, you've got the team you've always wanted, and you're ready to find investors or banks that are on board with your next big thing. The only issue? You have to create a killer business plan to get the startup cash you need.
If you aren't savvy when it comes to putting your business plan on paper, you're going to need some expert guidance. The Complete Business Plan In One Course featuring Chris Haroun covers all of the business plan bases.
Venture capitalist and former Goldman Sachs employee Chris Haroun will help you create an attention-grabbing business plan, even if you have no experience writing them. His 13-step process will take you through every topic a reader will look for, so you'll be well prepared for that big meeting.
This course comes in two tracks. The fast track is available for people who know a few things about business plans and need a quick refresher. The detailed track steadily takes you through each step — it's great if you're all thumbs when it comes to business plans. Haroun also provides you with 50 business plan templates and 25 presentations geared toward startups.
The Complete Business Plan In One Course featuring Chris Haroun usually goes for $199, but right now you can get A to Z business plan tips for only $14 (92 percent off).
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