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Your business plan is the key sales document for investors. It should show them why your company is an attractive business in which to invest.
The plan should be readable, concise and avoid jargon. Investors are not familiar with your company, so do not expect them to understand immediately the unique features of your business. You will need to consider the following when writing your plan.
This should briefly explain the nature of your business, its location, its current and potential profits and turnover, the amount of finance it is seeking to raise and why this level of finance is being sought.
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