A successful emerging growth business is likely to display many of the
- Sensibly financed (with prudent mix of equity and debt).
- Strong cash position (with access to follow-on or contingency funds).
- Offers above-average profitability (in terms of return on capital
- Aims for rapid growth in revenues (with profits lagging but in prospect).
- Targets expanding, or otherwise attractive, market segments.
- Develops a strong franchise or brand.
- Devotes substantial resources to innovation (R&D, offerings
- Competes on non-price issues (e.g. quality, service, functionality).
- Very close to customers and responsive to their needs.
- Seeks specialist/leadership image with superior offerings.
- Well managed with high-grade staff & good people-management.
Behind every characteristic there should be an explicit strategy designed
to increase the
OSLO, April 14 — The shares of Norwegian Air plummeted today, and have now eroded almost their entire value from a 2015 peak, as the airline’s survival depends on creditors accepting a rescue plan proposed last week.
The shares slumped as much as 62.5 per cent as markets reopened after the Easter holidays. It was the first time they had traded since the airline outlined its rescue plan on April 8, which would convert US$4.3 billion of debt into equity, and raise some new equity – wiping out much of the remaining value of the company’s current shares.
The shares later regained some ground to trade at 5.8 crowns by 0917 GMT, down 29 per cent
A business plan is a written document that describes in detail how a business—usually a new one—is going to achieve its goals. A business plan lays out a written plan from a marketing, financial and operational viewpoint.
Business plans are important to allow a company to lay out its goals and attract investment. They are also a way for companies to keep themselves on track going forward.
Although they’re especially useful for new companies, every company should have a business plan. Ideally, a company would revisit the plan periodically to see if goals have been met or have changed and evolved. Sometimes, a new business plan is prepared for an established business that is moving in a new direction.
While it’s a good idea to give as much detail as possible, it’s also important to be sure the plan is concise so the reader will
Only by discovering your innate, personal skills and developing and exploiting them to their highest degree can you utilize yourself to get the greatest amount of satisfaction and enjoyment from everything you do. Creating an action plan through personal strategic planning can give you the highest rewards for your efforts and is the starting point in getting the best out of yourself.
When we do strategic planning for corporations, we begin with the premise that the whole purpose of the exercise is to reorganize and reallocate people and resources to increase the rate of return on equity, or capital invested in the business. Invariably, this is done by emphasizing some areas and de-emphasizing others, by allocating more resources to areas with higher potential return and by taking resources away from those areas that represent lower potential returns. By developing or promoting newer and better products
While Business Plans may vary depending on the size and purpose of a business, they typically
include the following information.
This portion of the plan introduces and summarizes your
company. Generally, it includes an overview of your company’s management structure (sole
proprietorship, partnership, corporation, Limited Liability Company, etc.), products or
services, company goals, current finances, and marketing strategies.
In short, your executive summary pitches your proposal to potential investors.
This is a brief rundown of your
business’s history, ownership, and purpose. A mission statement, also called a vision statement,
outlines who your target market and primary customers are, the area you serve (local, national,
or international), and the products and/or services that your business produces.
This section describes the product or service that your
business sells. The product description should highlight its unique features, any patents you
may have, and
Just as no two businesses are alike, so also with business plans. As
some issues in a plan will be more relevant to some businesses than to
others, it is important to tailor a plan’s contents to suit individual
circumstances. Nonetheless, most plans follow a well-tried and tested
structure and general advice on preparing a plan is universally applicable.
A business plan should be a realistic view of the expectations and long-term
objectives for an established business or new venture. It provides the
framework within which it must operate and, ultimately, succeed or fail.
For management or entrepreneurs seeking external support, the plan is
the most important sales document that they are ever likely to produce
as it could be the key to raising finance etc. Preparation of a comprehensive
plan will not guarantee success in
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Business Continuity Planning Process Diagram – Text Version
When business is disrupted, it can cost money. Lost revenues plus extra expenses means reduced profits. Insurance does not cover all costs and cannot replace customers that defect to the competition. A business continuity plan to continue business is essential. Development of a business continuity plan includes four steps:
Information technology (IT) includes many components such as networks, servers, desktop and laptop computers and wireless devices. The ability to run both office productivity and enterprise software is
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