Business Plan workshop/surgery
  • Room 202, Mast House, 24 Sutton Road, Plymouth, PL4 0HJ

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Develop your business plan and develop confidence in adapting your business plan as your business develops. 

Planning is one of the main factors of success in any business. Getting to grips with the details and taming them into a well constructed business plan can be the difference between success and failure for any business. The Business Plan Development workshop helps you to create a business plan draft and to understand what needs to be included and how to build in measures for success. 

As a start-up, it can feel overwhelming when trying to write a business plan as you feel you may be missing something, this workshop gives you the confidence to really press start on your business.

This course introduces you to:

  • Develop confidence
  • Business plan writing
  • Time management
  • Financial planning.

What will you gain from it?

You will gain confidence in your ideas and aspirations, as you understand just how to map out and plan your business. These principles apply not only during start up but are also great practice for the future of a business.

Who is it for?

Any Plymouth University student who wants to or is exploring the idea of starting a business. It is a great workshop for those who want to develop their first business plan draft, get their business plan ready for a business pitch and improve their confidence in their own written communication skills.

The workshop is led by Entrepreneur in Residence Raphael Dennett and is open to Faculty of Business students and (if spaces are still available) students from all other faculties. Contact amber.strong@plymouth.ac.uk for further information.

This workshop is facilitated by Futures Entrepreneurship Centre's BETA Enterprise programme at Plymouth University.

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