Use my business prospectus draft to start and my idea (attached in files). I di
Use my business prospectus draft to start and my idea (attached in files). I did a businees prospectus draft but it's wordiness and vagueness. You have to rewrite it with more research and information or take the idea to write a well organized business prospectus. If you have any question please don't hesitate to ask. Make sure to respect the length and the writing format. Length: 1500 to 1800 words, single spaced, with 1-inch margins on all sides. Objective: Write a 1700 to 1800 word business prospectus in which you research and propose a hypothetical business venture to potential investors. NOTE: I'm generally not concerned if people go over the noted range, but if you do be sure to review your material carefully and consider if you might be able to revise to avoid redundancy, wordiness and vagueness. What’s the purpose of a prospectus? The purpose of a business prospectus is to secure support for a planned product or service. You would use a business prospectus to showcase information necessary for investors to determine whether they want to fund your venture. Mission statements, market analyses, and financial projections are all basic components of a prospectus--your goal, as a businessperson seeking funding, is to ensure that potential investors will find these components persuasive. Paper structure: For this assignment, beginning with “Creating Successful Business Plans” . In particular, focus on addressing the following points as is described in the text: Summary ...of prospectus overall--be sure to focus on the things mentioned in the text and consider what kind of info your audience would be most interested in (i.e. what would compel them to read on?) Mission and objectives Company and industry Products or services Market and competition This relates to your specific target market, NOT the overall industry in which your business falls--sometimes you'll find these terms used interchangeably, but please don't do that in here) Marketing strategy Read the section description carefully--there is information that is often overlooked here (i.e., sales and market share projections) Design and development plans For our purposes, this can relate to a product OR a service, e.g., you can describe the set up of your restaurant. Overall schedule NOTE: this is about "important milestones..." NOT daily operations or anything like that. Critical risks and problems Go beyond just the obvious day-to-day challenges of running a business like yours. Financial projections and requirements Effective presentation choices make a big difference here--typically, presenting this information in sentence/paragraph form is not effective (at least for most of it). Conclusion/Exit Strategy Remember, though your audience is certainly interested in your business, in the end, they are most interested in the investment opportunity itself. NOTE: You are only required to include the above sections (PLEASE INCLUDE HEADINGS), but if there are others you'd like to add, like an appendix or another section mentioned in the text. Research Requirement Your prospectus should include at least 5 sources. The sources you select need to support the claims you are making in the Company and industry, Market and competition, Financial projections and requirements and perhaps the Critical Risks/Problems sections. Format your sources according to APA guidelines. Strategies for planning and pre-writing: Your first steps toward a persuasive prospectus can be broken down into two categories: content and rhetorical strategies. In other words: what are the facts, and how will you choose to present them? When planning content, focus on big picture questions related to your business, but be sure to include concrete information to explain things. What is your product or service? Who is it for? How will it be priced and distributed? Once you’ve established the basic information about your product or service, you can start pre-writing notes about your rhetorical strategies. Your audience will comprise investors who are learning about your company for the first time and deciding if this might be a good investment.

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