You can access the Business Plans Handbook from any computer at our Library branches, or from home with your library card.
You can access the Business Plans Handbook several different ways: If you are at the Library you will have immediate access to the database.
For example, if you enter the word “restaurant” in the search box, you will get a list of all the business plans containing that word.
You can then use the filters on the right-hand side to narrow down the results by subject, content level, or language.
The Library has the perfect resource to help you on your way: the Business Plans Handbook.
Each volume includes a general business plan template and multiple sample business plans from a wide range of fields.
The following are the nine sections of a traditional business plan identified by the SBA: The following is a collection of sample business plans.
Many of the business plan samples are provided by Palo Alto Software, the Makers of Business Plan Pro.
A good business plan is a powerful asset in securing financing, planning for expansion, and preparing for the future security of your business. Although the business names have been changed, the plans themselves are real documents used by businesses in the service, manufacturing, and retail sectors.
Your business plan should “convince readers that your venture has the potential to be successful.” That’s all very good in principle, but what if you’ve never written a business plan before? The collection is now in its 44 volume, with business plans that go back as far as 1993.