Tips for a good Business Plan


I’ve been thinking of turning a couple of ideas into actual business plans and seeing what becomes of them within Microsoft, so I have been refreshing my knowledge of what’s in a business plan. Joe Hadzima has some good tips to keep in mind when writing one.


 


Thanks to BizzBangBuzz for the link


 

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  1. William Prado says:

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