Business Plans

I Already Have a Business. Do I Need a Plan?

A recent study of over 11,000 companies found that companies that plan grow 30 percent faster than those that don’t plan. This study found that plenty of businesses can find success without planning, but that businesses with a plan grew faster and were more successful than those that didn’t plan.

To reinforce the connection between planning and fast growth, yet another study found that fast-growing companies—companies that had over 92 percent growth in sales from one year to the next—usually have business plans. In fact, 71 percent of fast-growing companies have plans. They create budgets, set sales goals, and document their marketing and sales strategies. 

More benefits than you think

A Business Plan Brings You The Following

Let’s Go Out of Business

Flying Blind

Operating without a business plan can be detrimental for several reasons. Firstly, it leaves your business without a clear direction and strategy, making it challenging to set goals and allocate resources effectively. Secondly, the absence of a well-defined plan can lead to inefficient (costly) resource management, hindering your ability to prioritize activities and invest wisely.

Additionally, a business plan serves as a vital communication tool, both internally and externally, enabling you to convey your vision, goals, and strategies to stakeholders, team members, and potential investors.

Without a plan, your business may lack focus, struggle to secure funding, and miss out on crucial growth opportunities, ultimately impeding its long-term success and sustainability.

Best investment you will make this year

What Eliv8 Brings To The Table

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Billing plans available. Companies under $1M annual, 50% discount

Financials Only


(50% deposit)
Our Financials Package includes P&L, Balance Sheet & Cash Flow

Financial Tables & Reports (editable):

  • Sales Forecast: A projection of your expected sales over a specific period, usually broken down by month or quarter.
  • Expense Budget: An estimate of your business’s operating expenses, including salaries, utilities, marketing, and other costs.
  • Cash Flow Statement: A summary of how changes in your balance sheet and income statements affect cash and cash equivalents.
  • Profit and Loss Statement (Income Statement): A financial summary that shows your revenues, costs, and expenses over a specific period, indicating the company’s profitability.
  • Balance Sheet: A snapshot of your business’s financial position, including assets, liabilities, and shareholders’ equity, at a specific point in time.
  • Financial Projections: Detailed forecasts of your business’s financial performance, including sales, expenses, profits, and cash flows, often covering multiple years.
  • Break-Even Analysis: Calculation of the point at which total revenues equal total costs, indicating when your business will start making a profit.
  • Financial Ratios: Metrics used to evaluate various aspects of your business’s financial health, such as profitability, liquidity, and efficiency.
  • Funding Requirements: A breakdown of the capital needed to start or expand your business, specifying how the funds will be utilized.
  • Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis: Evaluation of the profitability of an investment, expressing the return as a percentage of the initial investment.
  • These financial tables and reports provide crucial information for potential investors, lenders, and stakeholders, offering insights into your business’s financial viability, growth potential, and overall stability.

Full Business Plan


(50% deposit)
Full plan includes everything in Financials
plus the following.

Full Plan also includes:

  • Executive Summary:
    Business concept and mission statement
    Summary of business goals and objectives
    Brief overview of products/services offered
    Summary of the market opportunity
    Summary of financial projections and funding reqs
  • Business Description:
    Detailed description of the business concept
    Explanation of what the business does
    Business history and evolution
    Legal structure (e.g., sole proprietorship, LLC etc)
    Location and facilities
  • Market Analysis:
    Industry overview and trends
    Target market description and segmentation
    Competitive analysis, strengths and weaknesses
    Market needs and demands
    Pricing strategy
  • Organization & Management:
    Management team profiles and roles
    Organizational structure and hierarchy
    Board of Directors or Advisors (if applicable)
    Key personnel and their responsibilities
  • Product or Service Line(s):
    Detailed description of products or services offered
    Unique selling points and competitive advantages
    Development and production process (if applicable)
    Intellectual property information (patents, marks etc.
  • Sales & Marketing:
    Sales strategy and tactics
    Marketing and advertising strategies
    Sales and promotional activities
    Online and offline marketing efforts
    Customer acquisition and retention plans
  • Funding Request:
    Detailed explanation of funding requirements
    Use of funds (e.g., eqmt purchase, working capital)
    Funding timeline and milestones
    Repayment plans for investors or lenders
  • Financial Projections:
    Everything from Financials package
  • Appendix:
    Additional documents and information supporting the business plan (e.g., resumes of key team members, market research data, legal documents)
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Why Trust Your Livelihood To Someone Who Doesn’t Know Your Company?

After filling out a simple yet comprehensive questionnaire, Eliv8’s subject matter experts breathe, eat and sleep your firm until they get an understanding of what it’s all about. And we do this with none of the baggage your employees, executives or financial stakeholders bring to the table – thus ensuring a lucid, unbiased analysis of your company or launch.

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