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Entrepreneurship - The Business Plan: Home

The Entrepreneurship - The Business Plan guide directs the Entrepreneur student to sources to use as they complete a business plan.

Where do I start?

Welcome to the research guide for Entrepreneurship!  This page is intended to act as a guide as you complete a business plan. Entrepreneurship is a complex area of study and draws information from finance, marketing, accounting while also making use of the world of numerical data that comes from both private and public resources.

 

 

A great way to start this topic is to get a good idea about what is involved in a business plan. 

Below we have linked several books that talk about the business plan process. Take a few minutes to review these books so that you know the steps that you will need to take to be successful. Once you have a good idea of how to proceed you will find tabs on the left that will direct you to pages and resources that will help you complete parts of the process - market, marketing and information about the customer profile. 

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