What is a business plan?
A business plan is a document that describes in detail the objectives of a business, as well as the necessary strategies and actions to achieve those objectives. It is a fundamental tool for entrepreneurs, businessmen and managers, as it allows them to analyse, plan and organize all the key areas and aspects of a company before starting it up or carrying out new projects.
When to use this contract?
This document is used in a variety of situations, such as starting or expanding and growing a business, seeking financing, finding partners, or evaluating an existing business. It serves as a tool to structure the business idea, set objectives, evaluate the strategy and financial issues.
- Identification of the parties that promote the project.
- The object and general characteristics of the project.
- Human resources and promoters.
- Project start date.
- SWOT analysis.
- Investment needed to start the project.
- Financial analysis of the project.
- Commercial strategy.
- Sales estimate.
- Conclusions and recommendations.
- Applicable regulations.
It is a broad and flexible document in which promoters can include all the content they deem appropriate to explain their project and demonstrate its feasibility. It provides a detailed and structured guide to analyze, plan and organize all the key areas and aspects of a business before launching it or carrying out new projects.
Fundamentally, it will be based on the principle of autonomy of the will of the parties included in the Civil Code. In addition, since it will be important to carry out an order of the operations carried out by the companies (it simplifies criteria for registration, valuation and information to be included in the report), it is advisable to take into account the provisions of the General Chart of Accounts.