Business Plan Consultant and Ghostwriter for Charlotte, NC.

Charlotte, North Carolina, has a multitude of business opportunities for small business owners.  For example, Charlotte is the home to NASCAR Hall of Fame, war history museums, and science discovery places.

Our business plan consultant, financial projection professional, and ghostwriter is available to help exploit business opportunities that may arise from these opportunities and others.  Quality Business Plan has a business plan writer, business plan consultant, and financial projection professional ready to create business plans for owners in Charlotte, NC., Concord, NC., Rock Hill, SC., and Gastonia, NC. areas.

For Quality Business Plan, our owner, Paul Borosky, MBA., ABD., has over ten years’ experience as a business owner, business plan consultant, business plan writer, and adjunct finance professor and adjunct entrepreneurship professor. 

From these experiences, our firm will be able to assist startup companies as well as established firms looking for growth.

Local Areas We Offer Our Virtual Business Plan Consulting Services:

  • Charlotte, NC.
  • Concord, NC.
  • Salisbury, NC.
  • Statesville, NC.
  • Conover, NC.
  • Newton, NC.
  • Locust, NC.
  • Monroe, NC.
  • Rock Hill, SC.
  • Belmont, NC.
  • Gastonia, NC.
  • Fort Mill, SC.

Business Plan and Ghost Writing Services

Business Plan Consultant

Business Plan Consultant

Quality Business Plan's business plan consultants help business owners complete business plans, edit already finished business plans, or even write a business plan from start to finish.  Whatever your business plan needs, our business plan consultant is ready to help.

Ghostwriter

Ghostwriter

Our ghost book writing services starts with a conversation with you.  From this conversation, we select specific topics that you would like to have written about in a book.  Next, our ghost book writer does some research and writes up a book based on topics agreed upon.  We then help you publish a book IN YOUR NAME! You keep ALL royalties, recognition, and industry credibility!

Call or Text Paul MBA. Now

321-948-9588

Email: Paulb@QualityBusinessPlan.com

Hours of Operation: 7 Days a week 8am to 9pm EST.

Our business plan writers are located in Orlando, Fl. We have researched and written business plans for numerous businesses in the US.

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Our Business Plan Writers Standards

Business plan writers working for Quality Business Plan me to uphold the highest educational and work experience standards.  Our business plan writer holds MBAs and has over 10 years’ experience in managing or owning small businesses.  This experience allows us to offer sound business consulting advice when constructing and completing your business plan.

Business Plan Consultant Benefits.

The main objective for our business plan consultants is to take your business plan from wherever it is currently and complete the project promptly.  For example, some of our business plans that we have taken over has only had an outline with bullet points completed.  From the structure, our business plan consultant was able to analyze and assess the business, discuss with the business owner specific aspects that may need to be cleared up.  Once this was done, our business plan writers and business plan consultants were able to quickly and efficiently complete the business plan.  For the most part, completing the business plan only takes approximately 7 to 10 days.

Financial Forecasting Practices.

Financial forecasting is one of the most complex aspects of the business plan.  This is because, unfortunately, most people do this incorrectly.  A common way to approach financial forecasting is to start with projected monthly sales.  From this, most financial forecasting consultants then attempt to use growth rates to reject monthly sales and annual sales.  With this done, costs are then projected as a percent of sales.  A better way to approach the structure is to start with daily sales breakdown average sales for each category, and the average cost for each group.  From this, a sound foundation is created that will allow for professional assumptions to be made related to your financial forecast.

Startup Business Help in Charlotte, NC.

Score Mentors Charlotte is an excellent website to visit if you are an entrepreneur in the greater Charlotte metropolitan area and need assistance with writing a business plan.  On this website, local business owners are able to attend workshops and events geared towards starting your business, growing it, and even writing your business plan and financial projections.  Upcoming events include small business pitch network events, starting a business that is right for a person, and funding your business.  The pitch network event will help business owners create and optimize their elevator pitch.  An elevator pitch is usually less than 90 seconds and succinctly explains what a business does and how it does it.  In relation to a business plan, Charlotte-area entrepreneurs would include the segment in their executive summary.  As for their funding events, these types of events and workshops often help small business owners gain access to area funding.  Area funding for the Charlotte metropolitan area could include government grants or even possible access to private investors local to the area.

Ghostwriter Topics for Charlotte, NC. area Business Owners.

Our ghostwriting may help area business owners by creating a professionally published book in your name related to your industry.  For example, our ghost book writer may help with writing, and industry-related books focused on document preparation services.  From some quick research, we found that the document preparation industry generated approximately $5.3 billion in revenues in the last 12 months.  Also, the doc prep industry grew at an annual rate of 1.5% over the last five years.  As for future growth, as technological advances continue, the service may decline slightly on an average of 1% annually.  However, industries tend to change with the advent of new technologies, so this growth rate may be conservative.  Finally, there are about 88,000 competitors in the industry.  Again, with more technological advances, we expect competitors to shrink, which will allow for more industries to gain a larger share of the market.

Common Financial Statement and Financial Projection Questions.

How do I determine my cost of debt for a startup?

In some instances, our financial projection professional needs to identify what is called in finance as the weighted average cost of capital.  This percentage is needed in order to determine the prospective value of a startup.  An important component of the weighted average cost of capital is the cost of debt.  From this, our financial projection professional may take a few different avenues in calculating this percentage.  A common practice would be to identify the average annual percentage rate that a customer pays on their debt.  Next, for financial projections, we would then multiply the average percent paid on debt by one minus the tax rate.  This will give us our after-tax cost of debt.

Common Questions for Business Plan Consultant.

Our business plan consultant is often asked common questions concerning a professionally written business plan.  Here are some of the more popular questions asked.

What is a divisional structure, and when should I implement the strategy?

When starting a company, most business owners only have themselves as employees.  Fortunately, after significant growth, more and more employees are added to the organization.  So much so that a company gets to a point where they wish to implement what’s called a divisional structure.  A divisional structure is when a business owner divides the company into departments.  However, the departments must function like actual companies.  This includes tracking revenues, maintaining cost, etc.  The benefit of the structure is that the business owner is able to delegate authority to other individuals and hold them accountable.  A challenge for the structure is that the business owner is often removed from day-to-day operations.