FREE Business Plan template and FREE Cashflow Forecast spreadsheet
Dear start-up business owner If you want to make the right start for your business, then you’ll need to prepare beforehand to help anticipate the unexpected. With many different aspects of operations, marketing and finance to consider, you’ll need help with your project. You could do a lot worse than to create a proper business plan for your enterprise to help chart a safe course through the choppy waters of every new endeavour. So I have teamed up with a fantastic acccountant and business planning specialist in London to offer all forum visitors one of the best business plan templates for your use. I also have a brilliant cashflow forecast spreadsheet that you can use to give your business the best possible financial start. If you’re looking for business finance, then most banks will expect to see both business plan and forecast fully completed. What’s in it for my business? Nothing, apart from this chance to say a little of we do. If you intend to offer any form of trade credit, yes even simply issuing invoices on 14 or 30 day terms, then you should know that your new business is about to run the gaunlet of late payers, non payers and frivolous disputes over your quality of workmanship and your products. We know that a solid set of bespoke terms written from a unique credit management perspective and properly implemented will, amongst other things: 1.protect against the loss of profit 2.provide reservation of title until goods are paid for 3.provide indemnity from potential liabilities 4.enable charges to be imposed for late payment 5.help resolve disputes and unpaid accounts much faster So to receive your free copy of both plan and forecast, simply visit our website http://www.termsandconditions.co.uk and then request your free documentation via the ‘Contact’ facility at the bottom of the home page. There are no catches and both spreadsheet and forecast documents are ready for use and unlocked. I look forward to hearing from you very soon. Best Regards and Best of Luck with your exciting new venture.
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