Business Plan Writing, Business Proposal writing, Business Management, Business Development, Request for Proposal (RFP)
- No programming expereience needed. You will learn everything you need to know
- Basic business skills, entrepreneurial skills and startup knowledge
Master course in business plan and business proposal : If you’re planning to succeed in business, it’s imperative to have a business plan. It’s a way to define what you do so that you can tell customers what you do. It lets you know if your plans aren’t working out and you can fix them. You can think about your market position and how you can compete better.
It’s helpful to have a simple plan that helps you reach your goals and keeps you on track without getting you bogged down.
Business plans aren’t for every business, but the ones that do tend to do better than the ones that don’t. Here’s why:
You’ll be able to figure out what your business is (and isn’t).
You can use it to plan how you’re planning to sell and market your stuff.
Defining your goals and tracking your progress against them can help you stay on track.
It’s helpful for raising money or applying for loans.
·It can help define business relationships (including expectations and what to do if things don’t work out).
You can use it to value your business if you’re selling.
Business proposal : Your client and you need to be on the same page before you sign a contract. The point of a business proposal is to discuss and negotiate both ends’ needs.
You and the potential client need a business proposal to make sure you’re both clear about the scope of work you’re negotiating. This will ensure you’re both clear about tasks, goals, and outcomes. A business proposal can be solicited or unsolicited. We’ll talk about everything in the master’s program including the Business Plan Writing, Business Proposal writing, Business Management, Business Development and the Request for Proposal (RFP).
I’d like to teach these 5 major topics in this master’s course.
1. Business plans and proposals: introduction and importance
2. The functions, types, and steps of a business plan
3. How to write a business plan
4. A business proposal’s elements and 3Ps
5. What makes a business proposal successful? How do you write one?
Who this course is for:
- All UG, PG business students, Existing and New business ventures, business owners, startup launchers, Entrepreneurs and Business Directors and Business Mentors