Jim HomePlace Vineyards Planning businessplan

A venture with a well-crafted business plan typically has a much higher chance of success in today’s competitive marketplace.  As the outline of your mission, a well-developed business plan is a crucial management tool to help your individual business or regional plan be successful. It presents guidelines for measuring profitability and focuses on what actions will be taken during and after project implementation.

Through a strategic planning process, we work with you to organize your ideas and plans into a polished and professional written document. You will have access to our years of experience from collaboration with other clients and industry experts to create a thorough document which can be used in applying and qualifying for financing or government grants. All form and content is modeled after USDA business plan standards.

Business plans typically include five key units, breaking down individual aspects of the business and outlining them in detail:

  1. Background Information
    1. Project Background and Management Qualifications
    2. Mission Statement
    3. Goals and Objectives
  2. Description of Products and/or Services
  3. Governance and Organization
  4. Marketing Plan
  5. Financial Plan
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