Business plans are fairly robust documents and can be personalized for any company. If you’re thinking about requesting funding, it’s smart to put one together.
Here’s a sample business plan:
Our sample business plan is for John Doe’s Widgets and asks for $5,000 funding. The actual document is of course longer than a single page, but we’ve only produced the front page of our sample business plan here. Also, when you’re discussing your business dealings with an outside entity, it’s never a bad idea to have them sign a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
You can get started on your business plan at Rocket Lawyer by clicking the link below and answering a series of simple questions.
Looking for more? Here are a few additional sample documents you might find helpful:
- Promissory Note Templatet
- Bill of Sale Template
- Employment Application Template
- Non Disclosure Agreement Template
- Sample Will
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