Business Plan Consultant and Ghostwriter For Los Angeles, CA.

Quality Business Plan's business plan consultant, financial projection professional, and ghostwriter has worked with small businesses in Los Angeles, CA. and other areas.  A popular business plan requests from this area, especially in Pasadena, CA., Santa Monica, CA., Torrance, CA., and Long Beach, CA., are for restaurants or food trucks. 

Because of the multitude of business plan requests for these types of Los Angeles, CA. area industries, our business plan writer and consultant has become well-versed in the industry and local customs of the area.  With these experiences, our business plan writer can quickly and efficiently assist small business owners in creating a competitive advantage through a sound, professional business plan.

Who We Are...

For Quality Business Plan, Our owner, Paul Borosky, MBA., ABD., has over ten years’ experience as a business owner, business plan consultant, ghostwriter, financial projection consultant, 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.

Business Plan Writing Services for Los Angeles, CA.

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.

Financial Projections Consultant

Financial Projection Professional

One of the hardest aspects of writing a business plan is the financial projections or financial forecasting section of the plan.  Because of its inherent challenge, have our financial projection professional design a financial model customized for your business and industry.



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!

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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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Business Plan Writing Help for Los Angeles, CA.

Small business owners in the Los Angeles California area often have difficulty affording a professional business plan writer.  To help with this issue, Quality Business Plan offers numerous business plan options to ensure affordability for the customer.  For example, our specific business plan can be completed in as little as one day.  Not only is this an affordable plan, but it is also convenient for business owners as well.  Contact one of our business plan writers is to see how we can create a business plan within your budget.

Ghostwriter Tip: Do Your Research

Every business plan or ghostwritten article/book should have various components that have been researched thoroughly. However, there are two main sections that business owners should make sure to research before writing carefully.  The first section is a Los Angeles, CA. competitor analysis.  The competitor analysis merely is researching your competitors in determining what aspects of their business they are doing right and wrong.

Further, this research should include facts and statistics about the company being researched.  For example, our business plan writers, when conducting market research on competitors in Los Angeles, will document prices, when possible, location, amenities, and feedback from customers.  This information often allows the business plan writer to lay the groundwork for an in-depth analysis of the company.

A second aspect where significant research is needed in a business plan is in the industry analysis section.  The industry analysis section should start with a broad overview of the Los Angeles industry that is being written about.  For example, if you are looking to start a restaurant, then make sure to do an industry research on restaurants.  Once the information, stats, and figures, are compiled about your industry, then delineates information and a logical format to help the reader understand your industry.  A final step in the industry analysis section is to describe trends and threats about your industry.  This will help the reader, and yourself better understand the current environment of the industry in which you will be competing.

Benefit from using our Business Plan Writer:

A common advantage of using our business plan writers is that we help create a well-defined and concise business plan funding request.  In our funding request, we first work with small business owners in Los Angeles to determine the specific needs for their operations.  For some companies, requirements include startup costs, training funds, and working capital.  For other owners, the funding request may focus on purchasing equipment, obtaining a new facility, or outright purchasing a separate business.  Regardless of the need for funds, make sure to start your business plan funding request with an itemized list of all the items that acquired funds will be spent on.

Benefit from using our Business Plan Consultant:

Our business plan consultants are usually given an incomplete list to be used in a funding request.  From this list, our business plan consultants will then work with the Los Angeles owner to identify other costs that may have been overlooked.  Through this process, not only will the business owner have a better understanding as to their funding needs but it will also avoid the obligation to revise the list later and possibly request additional funds from their lender.

Common Los Angeles, CA. Startup Financial Statement and Financial Projection Questions.

How do I address different vendor payments in my startup business plan? 

Vendor payments for Los Angeles startups may come in the form of actual startup costs.  An example of this would be when a business owner leases out retail space.  Often times, space needs to be renovated.  These renovations are done by various trades like AC companies, electricians, and plumbers.  Each one of these trades would be paid through the “buildout” budget section.

When operations commence, then depending on services offered, stakeholder payments may be made in different sections.  The Los Angeles area vendor supplying raw material should be addressed on financial statements through the cost of goods.  For advertising and other consulting organizations, a separate line item should be made for these entities.  The biggest thing to keep in mind is to make sure that your financial statements address each one of your vendors so costs can be understood for projection purposes.

Common Questions for our Business Plan Consultant.

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

How do I know how many employees to hire for my Los Angeles startup organization?

Los Angeles business owners are faced with a multitude of challenges when starting up there business, based on feedback from our business plan writer.  One of the biggest challenges for a startup organization is determining how many employees to hire.  Because this is so important, each business plan should address the segment.

Determining the number of employees may embrace various strategies.  A popular strategy is to start the organization with as little employees as possible.  For example, a convenience store may hire two cashiers plus the owner.  Worst case scenario, business hours can be adjusted to accommodate labor shortfalls.  This option is often better as compared to having too many employees and not be able to cover their salary in a short time span.