Business Plan Writing & Design

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RAISE CAPITAL

MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS

INCREASE PROBABILITY OF SUCCESS

COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY

SAVE TIME & MONEY

SCALE YOUR BUSINESS


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Business Plan Writing & Design

Transform Ideas Into Reality
With An Executable 
Plan

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RAISE CAPITAL | MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS
INCREASE PROBABILITY OF SUCCESS
SAVE TIME & MONEY | COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY
SCALE YOUR BUSINESS

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Business Plan Models


Business plans serve as the story and guide for nearly anyone who has interest in your business, whether they are founders, investors, partners, or key employees.

Plans help business owners organize the concepts of their enterprise in one place with a format that is clear and comprehensive for those reviewing it.  They also serve to assist interested parties in understanding the personality of a business, its current goals, and the investment opportunities that may exist.  

We at Order of Merchants have constructed 4 business plan models that can be utilized individually or in concert with one another as a pitch process.

​Your business planning needs depend on a number of factors such as intended audience, budget, fundraising method, amount of funding needed, type of business, and your current stage in business development. We can work with you to determine which business plan model is right for you. 

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Elements of a Business Plan


Cover: The cover is the viewer's first impression of your brand and should convey the underlying business plan message.

Executive Summary: The executive summary serves as the business plan snapshot that will convey the who, what, when, where, and why surrounding business goals. This includes the mission statement as well as team, product, market, finance, and timeline summaries.

Market Analysis: The market analysis covers market need, target market, demographics, competition, competitive edge, and marketing strategy. This essentially makes up an executable marketing plan.

Product/Service Showcase: Here we showcase your products and services, how they fulfill the market need, and express how they shape up against the competitions.

Team: Whether your plan is for prospective partners or investors, your audience is interested in hearing about who is behind the business. At the end of the day, businesses are made of people, and your team can be one of the most important factors that others consider when electing whether or not to do business with you.

Roadmap/Timeline: A roadmap displays the major milestones that your business has achieved and is projected to achieve. Roadmaps are good for when you know what your milestones are, but are not sure about when they will be achieved. In the event you have a more defined projection, a timeline may be more appropriate.

Budget: So how much money do you estimate your startup or business scaling goal is going to cost? What are all of your expenses? How much money do you need to raise? Where are you getting your numbers? Your budget answers all of these questions.

Forecast: The forecast is a way of projecting how your revenues and expenses measure up against one another over time. When does your business break even? What is the rate of return for investors and when? Your forecast should correspond with your Timeline if you have one.

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” 

Benjamin Franklin

Business Plan Models



Business plans serve as the story and guide for nearly anyone who has interest in your business, whether they are founders, investors, partners, or key employees.

Plans help business owners organize the concepts of their enterprise in one place with a format that is clear and comprehensive for those reviewing it.  They also serve to assist interested parties in understanding the personality of a business, its current goals, and the investment opportunities that may exist.  

We at Order of Merchants have constructed 4 business plan models that can be utilized individually or in concert with one another as a pitch process.

​Your business planning needs depend on a number of factors such as intended audience, budget, fundraising method, amount of funding needed, type of business, and your current stage in business development. We can work with you to determine which business plan model is right for you. 

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Elements of a Business Plan


Cover: The cover is the viewer's first impression of your brand and should convey the underlying business plan message.

Executive Summary: The executive summary serves as the business plan snapshot that will convey the who, what, when, where, and why surrounding business goals. This includes the mission statement as well as team, product, market, finance, and timeline summaries.

Market Analysis: The market analysis covers market need, target market, demographics, competition, competitive edge, and marketing strategy. This essentially makes up an executable marketing plan.

Product/Service Showcase: Here we showcase your products and services, how they fulfill the market need, and express how they shape up against the competitions.

Team: Whether your plan is for prospective partners or investors, your audience is interested in hearing about who is behind the business. At the end of the day, businesses are made of people, and your team can be one of the most important factors that others consider when electing whether or not to do business with you.

Roadmap/Timeline: A roadmap displays the major milestones that your business has achieved and is projected to achieve. Roadmaps are good for when you know what your milestones are, but are not sure about when they will be achieved. In the event you have a more defined projection, a timeline may be more appropriate.

Budget: So how much money do you estimate your startup or business scaling goal is going to cost? What are all of your expenses? How much money do you need to raise? Where are you getting your numbers? Your budget answers all of these questions.

Forecast: The forecast is a way of projecting how your revenues and expenses measure up against one another over time. When does your business break even? What is the rate of return for investors and when? Your forecast should correspond with your Timeline if you have one.

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Elements of a Business Plan


Cover: The cover is the viewer's first impression of your brand and should convey the underlying business plan message.

Executive Summary: The executive summary serves as the business plan snapshot that will convey the who, what, when, where, and why surrounding business goals. This includes the mission statement as well as team, product, market, finance, and timeline summaries.

Market Analysis: The market analysis covers market need, target market, demographics, competition, competitive edge, and marketing strategy. This essentially makes up an executable marketing plan.

Product/Service Showcase: Here we showcase your products and services, how they fulfill the market need, and express how they shape up against the competitions.

Team: Whether your plan is for prospective partners or investors, your audience is interested in hearing about who is behind the business. At the end of the day, businesses are made of people, and your team can be one of the most important factors that others consider when electing whether or not to do business with you.

Roadmap/Timeline: A roadmap displays the major milestones that your business has achieved and is projected to achieve. Roadmaps are good for when you know what your milestones are, but are not sure about when they will be achieved. In the event you have a more defined projection, a timeline may be more appropriate.

Budget: So how much money do you estimate your startup or business scaling goal is going to cost? What are all of your expenses? How much money do you need to raise? Where are you getting your numbers? Your budget answers all of these questions.

Forecast: The forecast is a way of projecting how your revenues and expenses measure up against one another over time. When does your business break even? What is the rate of return for investors and when? Your forecast should correspond with your Timeline if you have one.

REVIEWS


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Highly Recommended!
The Breathe Institute - Breathing & Wellness

We worked with Order of Merchants to form a business financial management plan. Zack provided a wealth of helpful information in regards to different financial models as well as a detailed assessment on our business goals and progress. The knowledge he shared with us has helped us maneuver through key areas of our planning and have been instrumental in the improved effectiveness of our organization.

Zack has met and surpassed our expectations of working with a business/financial consultant. Transitioning into a new practice has been much easier thanks to his expertise and guidance.

We highly recommend this service to any new or established business looking to optimize their financial and operating structures. 

Leyli Norouz, CEO

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Empowering Context to Approach High Level Investors
Robot Nature - Synth Pop & Dream Rock

Working with Zack has not only helped create the groundwork to execute these goals in a strategic fashion, but has also pushed my team to really visualize and embody the reality of this project in a tangible form. This has become more than just a business plan; it is now a fully comprehensive step-by-step map to ensure success and create a solid foundation and structure to achieve these very ambitious goals.

I highly recommend anyone to consult with Zack and Order of Merchants for any aspect of their business, as one will get something dynamic out of a session with him regardless, not only related to business and finance, but even relating to the creative and artistic aspects of the project.

DPAK, Singer | Violinist

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Highly Recommended!
Kraftaverk Company

Order of Merchants has been amazing to work with. Zack is incredibly thorough and talented. The range of knowledge and abilities that Zack has employed in our service is astounding. We could not be happier with the value of their services provided to this point and it has been above and beyond what we originally thought we would receive.

​We are very happy with the final products Zack and Order of Merchants have provided to us and we are continuing our relationship to advance what we have already completed. I highly recommend Order of Merchants.

John Turner, Founder

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