Business Plan Writer for Kansas City, KS.

Business Plan Writer for Kansas City, KS.

Quality Business Plan has a business plan writer, ghostwriter, and financial projection professional ready to help small business owners in Kansas City, KS., Overland Park, KS., Lawrence, KS., Olathe, KS. and other areas. 

From assisting the small business owners, our business plan writers have found that specific challenges are faced by business owners.  For example, our business plan writers have found that some owners fail to exploit their resource's competitive advantages.

Resource competitive advantages are competitive advantages derived from resources that a business already has in its possession.  To illustrate, our business plan writers have found that some small business owners have business locations with significant walk-by traffic.  However, they oftentimes fail to provide adequate exterior signage to convey their business services or products.  This missed opportunity not only jeopardizes optimal revenue generation but also misses out on best servicing their customers.

To mitigate this type of issue, our business plan writers can work with small business owners to first outline all assets and resources available to the business owner.  Once this list is complete, we can then work with the business owner to determine which assets or resources are underutilized.  The final step is to construct specific strategies to best optimize client resources.  As always, a summary of the events should be placed in a well-written and professionally edited business plan.

Business Plan Writer Services Offered

Business Plan Writer

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

Over 80% of all our business is writing business plans.  This is our specialty.  Our business plan writing service offers numerous business plan packages to best meet the needs of our clients.  The business plan packages range from our basic plan, which is about 8 to 12 pages to our deluxe plan, which often exceeds 4o pages.  Click on the link above for more details!

Proforma Financial Projections Consultant

Have your business plan already written but struggling with your financial projections?  No worries!  Our financial projection professionals can help you complete your projections.  Just give us a call for a price. 

Call or Text Paul, Doctoral Candidate, MBA.



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

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


Business Plan Writer Help

Competitive attacks on industry rivals are often shunned by some small business owners, even in the Kansas City, Kansas area, based on some discussions with our business plan writer.  However, when our business plan writers explain or at least put in perspective, competitive attacks, resistance to the thought often wanes.  Competitive attacks are simply actions that a business owner takes to gain market share.  This does not mean that they are actually attacking a specific competitor.  What they are doing, is taking a look at actions, such as pricing strategies, that a competitor may use.  From this research, the business owner then proactively changes their price to better compete in the marketplace.  The reason this is considered a competitive attack is because of the proactive actions taken by the business owner.  As always, make sure to document this type of competitive attack and pricing strategy in a well-written business plan.

Proforma Financial Projections Consultant Assistance

An important part of the business plan writing process is establishing specific strategies for investments.  For example, a restaurant may be in need of a new fryer, parking lot repaving, and updated décor.  In order to determine the order in which investments may be made, financial analysis is often a good starting point.  Financial analysis may apply qualitative and quantitative values to each investment requirement.  From these values, financial models may be constructed to determine which investment is a priority for an organization.  This is just one decision-making tool to help with investment allocations.