Business Plan Development

Putting Your Business On The Right Track

A business plan is an essential document for any new business, as well as businesses that are diversifying, expanding or restructuring. It can help you secure funding from investors or a loan from the bank, but it is also a powerful document internally in your organisation. A business plan focuses the mind and will help you to allocate resources in the right areas, and concentrate on the parts of your business that are the most important.

At Twigley we can help you prepare a professional business plan that will put you in a better position to achieve your goals. Our team of professionals has extensive experience helping businesses in Auckland launch, expand, and develop, and we can do the same for you.

What Your Business Plan Will Include

  • Summary and company background
  • Mission statement
  • Product description
  • Competitor analysis
  • SWOT analysis to work out your strengths and weaknesses
  • Marketing plan
  • Operational timeline
  • Financial plan

Get The Experts On Your Side

Writing business plans is time consuming and difficult. This is particularly problematic when you are trying to devote time and energy to the actual business. We can’t deliver your products or services – you are the expert when it comes to those – but we can help with your business plan.

You will work with a senior and experienced member of our team who will take the time to get a full understanding of your business. We will then prepare the various sections working in collaboration with you, including preparing the financial forecasts. The end result will be a highly professional document that you can use internally, or with third-parties.

To talk to one of our advisors about your business plan you should call 09 950 3647.

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