A business plan defines your whole business strategy, where to start with and where your business will lead you in future? To create a business plan you must know the details about the business you are going to start. Before starting a business everyone needs to know where your company will stand in next 10 or 15 years that depends on you for how long you can carry on your business plan. After collecting all the necessary information regarding your business you have to assemble that in order which results in a proper business plan. The essence of your business plan is based on: Goals: Define your goals properly and strategy to achieve them. Problem & Solutions: What you are going to do in any sort of crisis? How you can handle it? Financial Issues: How much finance you have? And how long you can survive with it? How are you going to manage you business profit and loss?
What do you need to get your business rolling/growing, and what will it cost? This is arguably the most painful part of business planning. Yet, what is the point of having a plan if you don't know how it all adds up financially? You may not know how to put all the numbers together on your own. If that's the case, invite or even hire someone to help you sort out the numbers. Aside from any potential revenues earned from sales of your product or service, you'll need to know your fixed expenses _ what it costs you to run your business whether or not you sell a single item, and your variable expenses _ what it costs you for each item sold. Naturally, in the early stages of planning a business, you will be doing a lot of forecasting, and your numbers may not be as accurate as you'd like them to be. So, you'll want to be as conservative as possible about how much revenue you'll generate and how much your business will cost to run.