Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Copy of Business Planning_for printing

No description
by

Neil Grimaldo

on 22 January 2014

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Copy of Business Planning_for printing

BUSINESS
PLAN

Competitive Analisis
Important Peoples
CEO: Cameron Goodwin
Vice-President CEO: Jason Goodwin
Head Computer Technician: Andrew Knowlton
Manager of Customer Support: James Connery
Head of Sales: Brittany Fines
Break Even Point
Using this equation
Break Even = Part Price + shipping cost

Example: Break Even = $659.99 Nvidia GTX 780 + shipping Cost

In order for us to reach a profit, we have to sell 5-10% higher for each part.
Start-up Cost
Our start-up price would be around $80,000 due to the large building we would require, all the necessary equipment (Laser Engraver) and all the parts required to make the computers.
Financial
A loan is required for us to start our business, a loan of $65,000 dollars would cover most of the exspences, $15,000 dollars would be payed by Mr. Goodwin.
Price List
Due to the insane amount of parts and customization in our computers, making a full price list would take a large amount of space and hours of time. For now I can provide a list of ten items to get an idea of our prices. We offer video cards from GTX 500's - 700's, processors made by AMD and Intel, and motherboards ranging from Gigabyte to Asus.

1) Nvidia GTX 690 $1,119.99
2) GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 $309.99
3) CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 $175.99
4) Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz $266.99
5) CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX850 V2 850W $189.99
6) CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 $149.99
7) Windows 7 $110.99
8) Seagate Barracuda 1TB $89.99
9)Corsair Force 120GB SATA Solid State Drive $149.99
10) COOLER MASTER Storm Enforcer SGC-1000 $109.99
Marketing
Technical
Finance
Organization
Idea Generation
Opportunity Identification
Fund Sourcing
Implementation
Evaluation
SELF
AWARENESS
PROJECT
IDENTIFICATION
BUSINESS
PLAN
FUND
SOURCING
IMPLEMENTATION
EVALUATION
Strengths
Weakness
Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies
Needs Analysis
Macro & Micro Screening
Functional Areas
Formal and Informal Sources
Establishment and Operation
ROI or Losses
THE BUSINESS PLAN
4Ps
8Ms
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN
5Ss
FINANCIAL PLAN
5Rs
Money
Materials
Machines
Methods
Manpower
Management
Moment
Mother Nature
Structure
Staff
Skills
System
Salaries
MARKETING PLAN
Product
Price
Place
Promotion
Resources
Revenue
Repayment
Risks
Returns
Product
Price
Place
Promotion
Production
Operations
Management
Systems
Structure
Format
Template
Presentation
Executive Summary
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
o
Wh
at
Wh
y
Wh
en
Wh
ere
VISION
Dream
SUCCESS
GOALS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: KEY QUESTIONS
What is your business idea?
Who are your target customers?
What is the value of your product/service for those customers?
What growth rates do you forecast?
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: KEY QUESTIONS
What competitive environment do you face?
What additional stages of development are needed?
How much investment is necessary?
What long-term goals have you set?
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: CONTENT
Gives a brief overview of the business's most important aspects
Describes the ideas as clearly, compellingly, and concisely as possible
MARKETING PLAN: CONTENT
Provides thorough understanding of markets and competitors:
Market size and growth
Market segmentation
Competition
Positioning of the product
MARKETING PLAN: KEY QUESTIONS
Contains the owner's intentions or plans for setting up and managing a business
A detailed account of what course the business is to undertake
Serves as the "Road Map" of the enterprise
What product will i sell?
How many/much do i plan to sell?
How do i plan to sell?
Product
Price
Place
Promotion
WHY DO WE NEED TO PLAN
To cope with the rapid technological and social change
To adapt to changing market needs
For survival or continuous profitability
To increase probability of achieving targets
To maximize use of resources
BASIC QUESTIONS FOR PLANNING PROCESS
Where are you now?
Where do you want to go?
How do you get there?
How do you implement the plan?
How do you manage and control the plan?
DEVELOPING A BUSINESS PLAN
FOR START-UP VENTURES
NEIL DC. GRIMALDO
Entrepreneurship Development (BA 513)
Bulacan State University
PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN:
KEY QUESTIONS
What product will i make?
How many will i make?
Where will i make the product?
What do i need to make the product?
How much will it cost to produce the product?
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT:
KEY QUESTIONS
How will i set up and organize the enterprise?
Who will do:
Marketing
Production
Administration
Finance
When will i start normal operations?
FINANCIAL PLAN: KEY QUESTIONS
How much will i invest in the business?
How will i finance the business?
How will the business perform financially?
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CYCLE
ENTREPRENEUR
An individual who establishes and manages a business for the primary purposes of profit and growth...characterized principally by innovative behavior and employs strategic management practices in the business.
ILO Publication
PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN: CONTENT
Description of the manufacturing process
Develop process diagram
Analyze fixed assets requirements
Arrange layout
Prepare production schedule
Quantify material requirements
Analyze labor requirements
Calculate production cost
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN:
CONTENT
Select legal form of business
Determine business registration requirements
Determine pre-operating activities
Estimate duration of pre-operating period
Calculate pre-operating expenses
Analyze manpower requirements
Compute for administrative expenses
FINANCIAL PLAN: CONTENT
Total Project Cost
Fixed Assets
Working Capital
Sources of Financing
Equity
Loan
Financial Statements
Income Statement
Balance Sheet
Cash Flow Statement
Analysys of Financial Statements
Profitability Ratios
Liquidity Ratios
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
An activity or a process of planning, organizing , and putting together all the resources required to bring a new enterprise to existence and to run and manage it on a long term basis.
- UP ISSI
KASH
K
nowledge
A
ttitude
S
kills
H
abit
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
is not magic.
It's a discipline.
It can be learned.
- Peter Drucker
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
is a process which consists of analyzing market opportunities, researching and selecting target markets, developing marketing strategies, planning marketing tactics, and implementing and controlling the marketing effort.
PRODUCTION
can be defined as the processing and/or assembling of raw materials to produce a product or service. It is an activity which requires a set of inputs in order to yield a set of outputs.
MARKETING PLAN
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
involves not only making funds available to sustain business operations, but more importantly seeing to it that the funds provided are used effectively.
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
involves the activity of managing people and getting the best out of them, choosing the right form of organization for the business and includes the functions of planning, operating, and monitoring.
+4Ps
Public
Position
Penetration
Profit
O
ccupant
O
bject
O
bjective
O
ccasion
O
utlet
BUSINESS PLAN FORMAT
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
a. Type of Business
b. Name
c. Product/Service
d. Objectives
e. Background
II. MARKET PLAN
1. Product/Service to Sell
2. Target Market
3. Demand Supply Analysis
4. Projected Sales
5. Marketing Program/Strategies
6. Marketing/Selling Expenses
III. PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN
1. Technical Production Description
2. Production/Operations Process
3. Production Schedule
4. Labor Requirement
5. Machinery/Equipment Requirement
6. Raw Materials Requirement
7. Plant/Factory Location
8. Plant Layout
9. Waste Disposal System
10. Quality Control System
11. Production Cost
III. ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN
1. Legal Form of Business
2. Organization Structure
3. Qualifications of Officers
4. Office Equipment
5. Gantt Chart of Activities
6. Administrative Expenses
IV. FINANCIAL PLAN
1. Total Project Cost
2. Sources of Financing
3. Projected Financial Statements
4. Profitability Index
5. List of Assumptions Used
6. Schedules
DELIVERING A WINNING BUSINESS PLAN
1. Know your audience
2. Tell a story
3. Prepare to win
4. Pay strict attention to detail
5. Avoid death by Powerpoint
6. Get the numbers right
7. Practice the presentation
8. Excite them
9. Learn the lessons
10. Remember the purpose of the pitch
References:

Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Revised Edition 2007

http://www.cartierwomensinitiative.com/site/uploads/pdf/McKinsey

http://articles.bplans.co.uk/financing-a-business/delivering-a-winning-business-plan-pitch

Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
o
O
?
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
Principle vs.
O
's of Marketing
Wh
o
Wh
at
Wh
at
Wh
y
Wh
y
Wh
en
Wh
en
Wh
ere
Wh
ere
O
ccupant
O
?
O
?
O
?
O
?
O
bject
O
bjective
O
ccasion
O
utlet
Y
O
U
MARKET
our Company
ther Competitors
nderstanding your
Customers
Full transcript