Business Plan Writer for St. Louis, MO.

Business Plan Writer for St. Louis

Our business plan writer, ghostwriter, and proforma financial projection professionals have worked with numerous small business owners in St. Louis, MO., Granite City, IL., Florissant, MO., Chesterfield, MO., and St. Charles, MO., 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 using financial ratios to determine profitability is not often practiced.

Profitability ratios, as one can imagine, help small business owners determine the profitability of the company.  Profitability ratios common in business plans would include return on sales and return on equity.  The return on sales is just another name for profit margin.  By calculating and understanding this ratio, business owners can make specific changes to their various costs and determine how the changes will impact the bottom line or the profits.  As for the return on equity, this ratio is very helpful to gauge the impact of debt usage, as well as how profitable businesses for equity shareholders.  For help with these topics and more, make sure to contact one of our business plan writers or financial projection consultants.

Business Plan Writer Services Offered for St. Louis, MO.

Business Plan Writer for St. Louis, MO.

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

St. Louis, Missouri, area business owners have the opportunity to use any one of our many business plans writing as well as pro forma financial projection services.  Popular business plan writing services for area business owners include our express business plan packages.  Specifically, our express business plan packages include our express business plan and express plus business plan.  Our express business plan packages are designed for business owners needing a business plan in three business days or less and seeking funding for about $100,000 or less.  These plans include important segments like the executive summary, company description, industry research, financial assumptions, and pro forma financial projections.  Typically, these types of plans range between 15 to 22 pages.  However, for business owners needing additional funding above and beyond $100,000, then our traditional or complete business plan packages may best align with your needs.  For assistance with selecting which business plan is best for your circumstance, contact our business plan writer (7/22).

Proforma Financial Projections Consultant

Pro forma financial projections for most of our business plans include financial assumptions, 12-month or 24 months profit and loss statements, five years income statement projections, and five-year algae projections.  When needed, our pro forma financial projection consultant can also include additional financial analysis such as a breakeven analysis, cash budget, scenario analysis, and financial ratios.  By following the structure above, our pro forma financial projection consultant is able to offer St. Louis area business owners a financial projection package tailored to meet their individual and industry-specific needs (7/22).

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Business Plan Writer Help

Some small businesses often achieve exponential growth in the first several months of operations.  From this growth, some small business owners, based on feedback from our business plan writers, often fail to exploit this current momentum. This often leads to missed market opportunities and more than optimal sales.  A better practice is to use the momentum and possibly introduce new complementary products or services to the marketplace.  Not only will this further exploit current assets, but customers may be further serviced by the actions.  However, our business plan writers have found that small business owners do not continually seek out external opportunities, growth eventually levels off, and a contracting momentum cycle may commence.

Also, in some instances, strategic planning for a St. Louis Missouri organization may require evaluating the organization’s business structure.  For the most part, a company’s business structure may be centralized or decentralized.  Our business plan writer has found that centralized business structures keep the decision-making capabilities with the owner of a small company.  This is quite simple to implement when the organization has five or fewer employees.  However, as a business grows, a decentralized structure means that employees are empowered to make their own decisions, or managers are granted this capability.  As a company shifts from a centralized to a decentralized structure, the need for a clear path for achieving this objective is critical.  With the help of her business plan writer, we can assist in strategically planning for this process as well as summarizing the strategic plan and a well-written business plan.

Financial Projections for a Business Plan Help

Business owners spend significant amounts of their time caring for their customers, employees, and other stakeholders that they often forget about how profitable the organization is, using traditional financial ratios.  For the most part, when starting the company, this oversight is expected.  However, as an organization grows, our business plan writers and financial projection professionals strongly urge St. Louis business owners to consistently work themselves out of a job.  In other words, business owners need to delegate day-to-day tasks so that they can find focus on optimizing their financial ratios.  Through financial ratio optimization, small business owners may not only achieve a more efficient organization, but they can also possibly negotiate better terms from equity investors or lenders.