Quality Business Plan Writers

by Paul Borosky, MBA.

Don't Hope for Success... Plan for it!

Quality Business Plan's mission, as a business plan writing and business plan template service, is to have our business plan writers and proforma finance projection consultants create quality business plans, business plan templates, and financial projections for our clients.  We do this by following a proprietary and proven business plan outline as well as an optimized business plan format/structured process, which includes an initial interview, third-party industry research, quality business plan writing, and creating a customized financial model for pro forma financial projections.  Based on feedback from previous clients, possible uses of our business plans and business plan templates may include raising money from investors, funding from SBA loans or SBA Disaster Loans, traditional bank loans, and also in business operations as a benchmarking tool. (11/21).

Traditional Business Plans Ready in 7 Business Days or Less!!

Express Business Plans Ready in 3 Business Days or Less!!**

Business Plan Plan Services Offered

Paul Borosky, MBA., Business plan writer

Business Plan Writer

Well over 80% of our business comes from writing business plans for entrepreneurs throughout the US and even in other areas like Canada, Australia, Africa, and Europe.  Our most popular business plan packages include the express plan, basic business plan, intermediate business plan, and advanced business plan.  Each plan has specific benefits and may be aligned and customized to meet our clients’ needs.  For more information, contact us today (12/21).

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Business Plan Templates

Frustrated with trying to write your own business plan from scratch?  But, your business plan writing budget is a little tight right now?  The next best option may be to utilize one of our customized business plan templates.  Each one of our business plan templates is specifically designed for different industries such as restaurants, construction, trucking, etc.  Further, each one of our business plan templates includes industry-related research and a financial model customized to meet industry competitor needs. (12/21).

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Pro Forma Financial Projections

Already have your business plan written but stumbling over constructing a pro forma financial projection for your company?  No worries!  Quality Business Plan has a pro forma financial projection pro ready to develop and customer our financial models to meet your specific needs.  Also, in most instances, our financial projections may be ready in as little as one business day. (12/21).

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About Us...

Paul Borosky, the owner of Quality Business Plan, doctoral candidate, published author, and MBA, has a multitude of experiences that he shares with clients.  Experiences shared are drawn from his work as a business consultant, business owner, professional business plan writer, pro forma financial projection consultant, as well as finance tutor, ghost book writer, and adjunct finance and entrepreneur professor.  With these experiences as a foundation, our business plan writer is able to provide insightful guidance whether our client needs a professional business plan prepared, help with selecting a business plan template, or structuring their customized pro forma financial projections (1/22).

Call or Text Paul, Doctoral Candidate, MBA.

321-948-9588

Email: Paulb@QualityBusinessPlan.com

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8 am to 9 pm EST.

Our business plan writer is located in Orlando, Fl.

Days Needed to Complete a Business Plan
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Business Plans Outlines and Formats

Express Business Plans

Our “Express business plans” (Express Business Plan and Express Plus Business Plan) are excellent starter plans. These business plans, in our business plan writer’s most humble of opinions, are good for qualifying for leases, small loans up to about $100,000 to $250,000, as well as creating a solid foundation for a business owner to expand upon as their business grows.  However, our express plans are not recommended for investors (12/21).

Traditional Business Plan

The "Traditional business plan" is our most popular business plan.  This plan is well-balanced with sufficient details about your company, services provided, target market, industry research, pro forma financial projections, and other information to ensure investors and loan officers have a solid understanding of your company.  Further, this plan has substantial financial projections information as well as supporting charts and graphs to help readers understand assumptions made in the pro forma financial projection process.  Based on our research and or opinions, this business plan contains sufficient information for loans up to about $500,000 (12/21).

Advanced Business Plan

The Advance Business Plan is an excellent plan for business owners seeking funding of $500,000 (based on our research and opinion) or more and needs substantial documentation for their pro forma financial statements.  Important pro forma financial information for the Advanced Business Plan that’s included in this plan but not the lower-priced plans would include best-case and worst-case scenario analysis, sensitivity analysis, and some capital budgeting perspective like the payback period calculation projection (12/21).

Complete Business Plan

The “Complete Business Plan” includes just about everything our business plan writer can think of in relation to financial projections, as well as describing the internal and external aspects of a business.  Important components of our "Complete Business Plan" would include pricing strategies, vision, mission, value statements, business objectives and timelines, and brief demographic research utilizing findings from the U.S. Census Bureau.  Previous clients that have purchased this plan often are looking for funding well over $1 million and need substantial documentation to support the request (12/21).

Do You Need a Professionally Written Business Plan?

Paul Borosky MBA., our business plan writer and grant writer, has found that there are three main reasons that a potential business owner or current business owner needs a business plan.

1. Need Funding –  One of the main reasons entrepreneurs need a business plan is for funding purposes.  Funding sources may include bank loans, investors, or even partnerships with other like-minded individuals.  No matter the funding source, having a business plan will help the funding party better understand what type of business you will be starting, how it will operate, advertising strategies, operational structure, and even anticipated revenues and profits.  Further, when your business plan is well prepared and structured, business owners are able to fully convey the vision of their organization in a succinct manner, through the business plan and the subsequent financial projections (11/21).

2. Thoughts and ideas about your business are keeping you up at night – This unaddressed challenge is a huge stumbling block for novice entrepreneurs.  Our business plan writer has found that some business owners or prospective business owners obsess so much about their business that it feels like their head is swimming with thoughts and ideas.  In these instances, entrepreneurs often get petrified so much so that they do not know where to start for gathering their ideas when alone their business (1/22).

Having a professionally written business plan does wonder for business owners who need structure to their business ideas.  A business plan is inherently a structured document.  By placing your thoughts and ideas into this formal document, business owners will inevitably be able to see better and understand their conceived business as a whole.

3. Need to organize their business – Based on my research, as well as based on other people’s research, most business owners start and operate their business without a business plan.  It is a fact of life.  However, another fact of life is that most small businesses that startup operations now will not be in operations after one year.  At the five-year point, researchers shall not about 70 to 80% of businesses that started five years ago are shut down.  Now I am not saying that having a business plan will help an organization stay in operations.  Nor am I saying that some businesses don’t shut down to start other more lucrative opportunities.  Goodness knows that I have started and ended many of business opportunities based on changing economic events.  But what can be firmly championed is that having a business plan has been shown to increase the likelihood of success for the company.  Also, having a plan ready in case of funding needs or benchmarking purposes is advisable as compared to not (1/22).

By hiring a professional business plan writer, business owners can step back and reflect upon their current or future business. From these reflections, specific strategies may be created and enshrined in a business plan for future implantation.

Business Plan Writing Process

Quality Business Plan’s business plan writing process is pretty straightforward.

  • First, we ask that our prospective clients view a video sample of the business plan package they would like to purchase.  When a determination is made to purchase our business plan package, a deposit is paid on our website and a questionnaire that is aligned with the package is downloaded.
  • The next step is for our client to complete the questionnaire (only complete the questions that you know, we will help with the others), and schedule a short phone meeting, approximately 20 to 45 minutes, to go over the questions and gain clarity as to how the business will operate and what information will be included in the business plan.
  • Once this is complete, our business plan writer gets to work, we conduct some research, gather industry information, construct the financial projection, and finally write up the final draft of the business plan (1/22).

Business Plan Writing Process: General Research for a Business Plan

In this section, we almost always utilize resources from IBIS World for our industry research segment of the business plan.  IBIS World is considered one of the leading industry researching companies in the world.  In our industry research process, we tap into IBIS World’s database of over 700 industries, find the industry best aligned with our client’s needs, and summarize the information as well as populate custom charts designed by our business plan writer (1/22).

Business Plan Writing Process: Proforma Financial Projections in a Business Plan

In the pro forma financial projection segment of writing a business plan, we start with reviewing your questionnaire, specifically the portion discussing your startup costs, revenues, and fixed costs.  Once the review is complete, we then customize our proprietary pro forma financial projection model by inserting your revenues and costs.  Typically, revenues are based on expected daily sales.  For costs, except for variable costs, are typically included monthly.  Finally, our model will use growth rates and standard sizing techniques to expand the first-month findings to the 12-month projections and even five-year estimates (1/22).

Business Plan Writing Process: Funding Needs and Funding Request in a Business Plan

In the funding request section of the business plan, our business plan writer will work with you to help categorize startup costs, identify a specific dollar amount needed to start or expand your operations based on research provided to us, and then explain to the reader how funds will be paid back whether it be through operations cash flow or other methods.  In following this tried-and-true structure, not only are business owners able to specifically state the dollar amount needed for their funding purposes but also show, generally, where funds will be spent as well as how monies will be returned to the lender or methods investors may enjoy for compensation (1/22).

Business Plan Writing Process: Marketing Sections of a Business Plan

The marketing section for our custom-written business plans starts with a foundation based on our customer’s expected advertising channels.  For example, traditionally, most businesses use traditional marketing activities, Internet marketing, and networking.  From this foundation, we then customized the structure with our client’s thoughts and ideas as to how they will conduct marketing for each category.  Once this is done, we then provide brief examples of marketing activities like sample social media postings, etc.  By following this process, not only are we able to describe the companies marketing strategy briefly but also help the reader envision possible content utilized (1/22).

Business Plan Writing Process: Industry Research

The industry research section of a business plan may be as long as 4 to 5 pages or as short as a couple of paragraphs.  The details included in the industry research section of the business plan really all depend on the amount of funding needed and the number of details requested by the business owner.  For most business plans, one to two pages of market research is often enough to show that the business owner has a broad understanding of the market in which they will compete.

Business Plan Writing Process: Writing the Company Description

The final section of the business plan that we address is the most important, which is the company description section of the business plan.  Now that our business plan writer has an in-depth understanding of the external aspects of our client's company, we are now prepared to write up the company description section of the plan.  In this section, our business plans often include a company summary section, competitive advantage section, product and service description, and detailed business objectives and timeline segment.  Again, the amount of information provided depends upon the customer's budget and the complexity of the company.

Business Plan Writing Process: Executive Summary

The final portion of the plan write-up is the executive summary.  Technically, the executive summary is a separate document from the business plan.  In essence, business owners should be able to convey their thoughts and ideas about their business and its external environment in a brief executive summary.  Further, an executive summary should never introduce new concepts that are not thoroughly explained in the business plan.  From this, our business plan writer often, literally, copies and pastes information from the business plan directly into the executive summary.

Business Plan Writing Process: Editing Process

With the business plan now written, our business plan writer then edits and reviews the document for grammatical or spelling errors.  With this done, we then email the completed business plan in a Word document and PDF file to our client.  At this point, the client has the opportunity to review the business plan to ensure that the report captures 100% of their vision of the company.

Top 5 Industries for Business Plans and Business Plan Templates

Restaurant Business Plan and Restaurant Business Plan Template

Our restaurant business plan templates and custom-written restaurant business plans by our business plan writers include full-service restaurants, quick-service restaurants, as well as specialty restaurants like food trucks and ghost kitchens.

Real Estate Business Plan and Real Estate Business Plan Template

Our real estate business plans and real estate business plan templates may assist investors with raising capital as well as help with targeting specific niches within the real estate industry like home flipping or renovating and leasing properties.

Trucking Business Plan and Trucking Business Plan Template

Trucking business plans and trucking business plan templates may include local delivery companies, box truck business plans, over the road trucking, and even hotshot trucking plans.

Coffee Shop Business Plan and Coffee Shop Business Plan Template

Over the last several years, coffee shop business plans have evolved to meet customers changing tastes and demands.  Coffee shops business plans may include differentiating factors such as offering pastries, hot and cold coffees, as well as coffee beans to go.

Daycare Business Plan and Daycare Business Plan Template

Daycare businesses seek out daycare business plans and daycare business plan templates to meet the requirements of various state agencies as well as for funding purposes.  Common structures of a daycare business plan include home-based daycare as well as commercial location settings.