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Pillars of Business Planning

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Introductionary lecture that covers most of the things you'd better think of when you starting your business ideas implementation

Introductionary lecture that covers most of the things you'd better think of when you starting your business ideas implementation

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  • 1. Pillars of Business Planning Georgi Kadrev, FMI, SU, March 2010
  • 2. Any Questions Left
  • 3. Section: Problem / Opportunity • State of the Art • Problems • Complications • Wrongs • Opportunities
  • 4. Section: Solution / Product • Mission • Innovation • Key Features • Value Proposition • Use Cases
  • 5. Section: Business Model • Making money • Pricing Policy • Direct / Indirect
  • 6. Section: Market • Clienets, Users • Turnover • Trends • Fragmentation • Niche / Gap Analysis
  • 7. Section: Competition • Key Players • Comparison • “Unfair” Advantages • Sustainable Advantages • Handling Copycats
  • 8. Section: Technology / Intellectual Property • Know-How • Intellectual Property • Keep it Understandable
  • 9. Section: Prototype • Features • Little bugs are OK • Proof of Concepts • First Clients • Short-term Plans
  • 10. Section: Strategy • Vision • Operations • Development • Milestones • Growth Potential
  • 11. Section: Financing / Investment Needs • Financial Projections • Investment Needs • Exit Strategy
  • 12. Section: Team / Management • Background • In Idea’s context • Role • Structure
  • 13. Section: SWOT Analysis • Strengths • Weaknesses • Opportunities • Threats • Internal / External • Interconnections
  • 14. Section: Fatal Flaws / Risk Management • “Plan B” • Thought-out Idea • Maturity • Bullet-proofing • Peace of Mind
  • 15. Appendix: Financial Projections • Budget • Revenues • Highlights • Bottom-Up approach • References • Include “Plan B”
  • 16. Guy Kawasaki / Garage Technology Ventures: • http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2006/01/the_zen_of_busi.html • http://www.garage.com/resources/writingexecsum.shtml • http://www.garage.com/resources/perfectingpitch.shtml Index Ventures: • http://indexventures.com/approach/index/category/8 Worthy Resources
  • 17. • www.fotolia.com (via stockpodium.com) • www.photoxpress.com • Diana Ruseva Photo Credits
  • 18. E-mail : georgi.kadrev@stockpodium.com Mobile : 089 9001 887 Contact Info

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