Business Plan Investments / Investor
If you are looking for an investor to participate in your (planned) business, it is best to write a business plan with variables. This means that the business plan should not set certain factors (if this has not yet been explicitly discussed) without the participation of potential investors. For example, if the purpose of the company allows it, you should leave the legal structure question largely open, since each investor has different views. The business plan should also be relatively open in terms of the financing model, since equity investments can be made as pure equity interests, as equity-related participations and equity participation.
If you want to convince investors with your business plan, a potential analysis is often the decisive point. Here, the market potential as well as the potential for sales must be estimated as realistically as possible. The greater the potential, the more interesting the investment is for investors (see also business plan for venture capital). Most investors are primarily involved in companies that have a large market potential, even if they take a slightly higher risk. All this aspect need to be emphasized and highlighted the right way. Therefore it is inevitable to know how to write a business plan for your needs.
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