A finance provider will review any business plan submitted; it is essential that your plan relates to your business and you do not rely on a generic document. After understanding the requirements of a business plan here is a useful guide from Barclays' which highlights the relevant sections that you need to consider when writing your business plan.
Here are three further example business plans. The first one is a comprehensive example of a fictitious airport café business looking to open a new site. The second is of a fictitious stone import business looking to cover the shortfall of working capital as they plan to expand and the third is of a fictitious fuel efficiency business looking for debt factoring finance.
- Airport Café
- Stone Importers Ltd
- Smith Fuel Efficiency Ltd
You can download all of these from 'Related documents'.