Business Plan Writer for Cincinnati, OH.

Business Plan Writer for Cincinnati, OH.

Our business plan writer and proforma financial projection professional have helped numerous small business owners in the Cincinnati, OH., Fairfield, OH., Hamilton, OH., and Florence, OH., areas. 

From assisting the small business owners, our business plan writers have found that specific challenges are faced by business owners in this area.  For example, our business plan writers have found that some small businesses have challenges with expansion.

Organizations seek to expand for a multitude of reasons.  One of the most popular reasons noted by our business plan writers is that the products and services offered by a company are in high demand in other areas as well.  Because the business owner has significant experience with a particular product or service, they feel empowered that their skills will be easily transferred to a new location.  Unfortunately, some business owners fail to remember the trials and tribulations that they face when starting the company.  This reality soon sets in after a new location is constructed.

With the help of our business plan writers, we can help small business owners strategically plan, step-by-step, how to embark on a newly expanded facility.  Not only are our services helpful for strategic planning, but we are also able to help small business owners summarize the information into a succinct business plan.

Business Plan Writer Services Offered

Business Plan Writer

Paul Borosky, MBA., Business plan writer
Paul Borosky, MBA., Business plan writer

Cincinnati, Ohio, business owners may enjoy a multitude of benefits from using any one of our custom business plan packages or even our industry-specific business plan templates.  Our custom business plan packages would include our express business plan, express plus a business plan, traditional business plan, and our complete business plan.  Each business plan package is designed to meet the needs of business owners seeking a set amount of funding or desiring a specific depth of financial analysis.  For example, our traditional business plan was designed to meet a small business owner's funding needs of about $200,000 to about $1 million.  In this package, small business owners can expect to receive an executive summary, approximately 1 to 2 pages, an in-depth company description section, typically about four pages, and a funding request section, which will include a category breakdown as well as a pie chart, and in the financial projections section, this will include financial ratios, best-case/worst-case scenario, as well as a payback period.  For help selecting one of our packages, just contact our business plan writer today (7/22).

Proforma Financial Projections Consultant

No matter which business plan package our clients select, whether it be our custom business plans or our business plan templates, which are industry-specific, a financial projection component is always included.  However, the difference between packages, pro forma financial projection-wise, is the depth and breadth of financial analysis.  To illustrate, our express business plans typically include 12-month profit-loss statements, a five-year pro forma income statement, and a balance sheet for five years as well.  In contrast, business owners seeking a business plan template will also include a 12-month profit loss statement and pro forma financial projection for the income statement.  However, this package does not include a balance sheet or financial assumptions.  For assistance in determining the appropriate pro forma financial projection package for your business, contact our pro forma financial projection consultant (7/22).

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


Business Plan Help

Small business owners, especially in the Cincinnati, Ohio area, wish to expand their offerings, whether it is through a new location or through new wholesalers.  Before such projects are embraced, make sure to work with a professional business plan writer to plot out your future actions.  For example, some organizations wish to expand their offerings to new countries.  When they do this, they fail to take into account all of the different steps needed for an import/export business.  Yes, even though a company may sell shirts when embarking on a new location overseas, import/export is a critical factor to consider.  Further, documenting this information in the business plan is also an important step.  Work with our professional business plan writers to plan out a clear procession for your vision.

In addition, our business plan writer has worked with numerous companies throughout the US as well as in Cincinnati to assist business owners in fully utilizing their excess cash reserves.  Strategies for excess cash reserves may be as simple as storing funds away in a savings account if an organization’s industry is seasonal.  Or, a saving strategy may be as complex as utilizing calls and puts to protect against raw material cost increases.  No matter what your strategic planning is for your organization, have documented in the financial projection section of your business plan.  Further, make sure your financial model also accommodates these changes if it’s critical to your operational success.

Proforma Financial Projections Consultant for a Business Plan Help

Just because a company can expand the products or offerings overseas, does not necessarily mean that it should.  An essential component of this decision-making process is related to finances.  Quite simply, for projects to make the company money, then they should definitely go ahead and do it.  However, if a project is going to cost the firm money, probably not the best idea.  To help make this determination, capital budgeting analysis is necessitated.  In this process, our financial projection professionals will work with the small business owner to determine potential revenues as well as costs.  Also, we can assist in creating a sensitivity analysis to determine which variables are most sensitive to revenues.  In the end, business owners have a well-structured financial document to help in the decision-making process.