Startup Guides

Startup Guides will give you a practical approach for developing a feasibility study to launch a small enterprise. The Startup Guides menu also provides you with a financial model to help you qualify for funding and a startup guide to help you write a business plan and compete for market share.

Startup Guides are designed for a small business with 1 to 9 employees. The marketing needs and management style of a small business owner are unique and very different from a corporate enterprise.

Feasibility Study

Startup & Sustainability

 Use the Feasibility Study guide to:

  • Define a market area
  • Evaluate your competition
  • Validate market potential
  • Clarify your startup costs
  • Develop a funding model

Verify the feasibility before applying for a business loan.

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Financial Model

Basics for a Small Business

  Use the Financial Model guide to:

  • Define your startup costs
  • Develop a financial model
  • Evaluate projections
  • Asses loan potential
  • Create financial narrative

A sound financial model is the basis of getting a business loan.

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Startup Guide

Basics for the Small Business

      Use the Startup Guide to:

  • Design a business model
  • Develop your offering
  • Create a marketing plan
  • Build a financial model
  • Write a business plan

A good business plan is a road map to a successful enterprise.

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Startup Guide reference handbooks provide pertinent material and a practical approach for an individual needing help with doing a feasibility study, creating a financial model for funding or developing a business model that will compete for market share and become  sustainable. Startup Guide business development digests are focused on the needs of a small business with 1 to 9 employees. Their needs, language and managerial style are decidedly different from the corporate business model.