BUSINESS PLAN FOR INVESTORS, VENTURE CAPITAL OR LOAN FUNDING

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Venture funds had a banner year in 2018. Investors put more than $55 billion into venture capital in 2018 – a record high that beat the former high point in the dot.com boom of the early 2000s – and vastly higher than the $34 billion raised in 2017.

Total angel funding in 2017 (the most recent report from the Center for Venture Research), was $23.9 billion, a 12.6% increase from 2016, with investments in more than 61,500 entrepreneurial ventures. The total number of active investors in 2017 was 288,380.

Investors, Venture Capital or High Capital Loans – Level 3

Our Level 3 plan is designed for entrepreneurs and business owners who are seeking funds from Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists or want a high capital loan. We provide attentive, personalized service while consulting with you to build a professional plan that fits your unique needs. Beginning with an expertly crafted executive summary, all the way to industry-leading financial projections, our Level 3 plan stands out. We offer 20 free design options for you to choose from so that the style and tone matches your vision. We also offer custom-built pitch decks to add another facet to your presentation.

The Level 3 includes a 30-45 page expansive, custom-written Custom Business Plan with a comprehensive market research analysis and extensive Excel formatted financial projections. The Level 3 business plan includes 5 years of Financial Statements, a detailed Investor Return section, and additional in-depth market research. FREE revisions are provided with this package.

Level 3 plans can be used in a variety of ways. There is no limit to the level of funds that can be sought with the Level 3 plans. They include the solid financial budgeting and projections that investors will require, with quality writing and market data that will exceed their expectations.

An average Level 3 plan will include the following 35 sections:

Cover Page
The cover page generally has your company logo, your contact information including name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.

Mission Statement
A clear and concise statement defining your company’s mission.

Vision Statement
A forward-looking statement on the direction your company will take.

Table of Contents
We build our business plans with a linked table of contents that is done in a manner so that if any changes are made to the text, the page numbers can quickly be updated.

Executive Summary
A summation of the business plan and the first thing an investor will read, the executive summary entails the market need, the solution the company will bring to it, and how it will accomplish this. It includes a short description of the company’s products and services, the size of the relevant market, how the company is uniquely suited to succeed, and the amount of investment being sought. Usually one or two pages in length, it is a brief yet important opportunity to persuade the reader to delve deeper into the document. This section is done by our business plan consultants.

Objectives
This section generally includes bullet points of your company’s goals. These goals may include market capture rate, financial profitability timelines, and new product launch dates. This section is completed by our business writing and financial consultants.

Keys to Success
A listing of the steps required to achieve the company’s stated mission.

Investor Return & Exit Strategy
The Investor Return section details the investor(s) initial investment, investment multiple, investment fifth year value, investor(s) share of the company, the value of the company in the fifth year, and internal rate of return for 3 different cases.

Financial Overview
This gives the reader a quick overview of your financial projections for the 5 years.

Company Summary
This section includes information regarding where the company will be located and how the company will be structured.

Company Ownership
A summation of the principle owners and their company share.

Pre-Operating Source and Use of Funds
The pre-operating source & use of funds section details the expenses, assets, inventory, investment and debt needed to facilitate the company’s business objectives. The pre-operating expenses and funding occur before the company receives revenue. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Market Needs and Value Proposition
Market, economic, demographic and other factors are taken in to consideration, with a thorough examination of what needs will be met by your new business.

Products and Services
This section describes the company’s offering in the marketplace. It presents standard product and/or service descriptions, and how these differentiate the company from what is currently on the market. This is also the area to detail any proprietary products or processes, intellectual property, exclusive designs, patents, or other innovative offerings. If relevant, it will outline why the management is especially suited to bring the product to market, grow the company, help turn it around, etc. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Market Analysis
Here, potential investors are provided with a general overview of the market, specifically the size of the market relevant to the company’s operations. This could be on a national or international level for, say, a software company, or in a specific geographic region for a brick-and-mortar or other locally focused establishment. For a software company, this may describe the recent spike in the market for Software as a Service or business intelligence tools, for example. Other stats could detail e-commerce growth pertinent to the company or growth in particular market sectors. Included will be annual sales figures, market trends, major companies, and projected future market size. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Market Segmentation
This section profiles potential customers on a business-to-consumer (B2C) and/or business-to-business (B2B) basis. It takes the size of the market and breaks it down specifically for the company with details such as demographics and psychographics for B2C, and the number and size of companies targeted for B2B.

It also further examines the market needs and how the company will solve it, such as why this specific product or service will succeed in the market now and in the future. It could also include a brief narrative of the market and how it is not being effectively served. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Competitive Landscape
Research is done to find information on competitors. Competitor information may include their strengths and weaknesses, yearly sales, and number of employees. This section is done by our custom business plan writers.

Demographics Summary
This information includes a variety of data, customized to its relevance to each business. Data include population growth, age, gender, sex, and median income, as well as school enrollment, education attainment, marital status, region of birth, language spoken, employment status, occupation, industries occupying the workforce, and class of worker, etc.

Industry Summary
Industry information for the entire U.S. is compiled to list sales volume, number of businesses, and employees. Additionally, the number of businesses operating in each state is listed in a table. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Industry Analysis
This section includes information on U.S. sales per state and sales per employee per state. Specific information for your state and city will be detailed in a custom table. This section is done by our business plan consultants.

Marketing Strategy/Implementation
Marketing initiatives and a web-presence summary are detailed here. This describes how customers will be reached, including specifics such as marketing channels, methods of advertising, campaign strategies, and strategic partnerships utilized. This section is done by our custom business plan writers.

Web Summary
This section includes information on your company’s website and how it is used to increase profits.

SWOT Analysis
The SWOT analysis is included to provide an honest assessment of a company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. It explains internal and external factors, and positive and negative forces affecting your company. This helps investors see the current state of a company and it also is an excellent tool for self- assessment.

Milestones
This section includes milestones that your company has set. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Management Summary
The history of the company and its owners is explored, including how they will use their experience to implement successful business strategies. For larger operations, this will include a summary of management gaps as well. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Management Gaps
A break-down of important information about executive and staff your company will need to hire. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Financial Summary
Provides an overview of your financial situation and financial projections. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Revenue Forecast
The revenue forecast section details the revenue that the company will receive, and the direct costs. Comprehensive graphs illustrate the amount of revenue and gross margin each line item contributes. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Personnel Forecast
The personnel forecast breaks down the payroll expense line on the income statement, and provides total headcount, average salary per category and total pay per category. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Income Statement
The income statement is also known as a profit & loss statement. This table breaks down revenue, cost of revenue, operating expenses, depreciation, interest, taxes, and bottom-line earnings for the first five years. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Statement of Cash Flow
The statement of cash flow illustrates the company’s cash received and cash spent for a five-year period. The table is broken down into three main categories: operating, investing, and financing. The operating activities report the company’s business operations. Investing activities detail the company’s property, plant, and equipment transactions. Financing activities account for the company’s paid-in capital and debt. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Balance Sheet
The balance sheet includes the company’s assets, liabilities, and shareholders’ equity for a given time-period. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Break-Even Analysis
The break-even analysis details two different break-even points. The operating break-even accounts for the company’s revenue and expenses on the income statement. The investment cash flow break-even takes the operating break-even one step further by including the inflows and outflows of the cash flow. The investment cash flow break-even looks at all transfers of money, except investments. This section is completed by our
financial consultants.

Best and Worst Case
The best-and-worst-case analysis illustrates what the company’s financial statements might look like with an increase or decrease in revenue. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Appendix – Year 1 Financials
Year 1 monthly forecast illustrates the company’s first 12 months, after the pre-operating stage. This section is completed by our financial consultants

Contact a consultant at
1-800-984-7639

Our Process

Let’s talk

Tell us about your venture and needs. The more specific the better.

Now, we begin

After a 50% retainer is paid and both parties sign a non-disclosure agreement, we can get to work.

Details, Details, Details

A thorough questionnaire ensures we have all your goals, business plans and specific requirements for the document.

Make it pretty

Select from several free designs and color schemes to further customize your plan.

Teamwork

A Writer, Researcher and Financial Modeler build your business plan.

Polish to perfection

You get your plan (after the remaining 50% is paid) and have 30 days to request FREE changes to the document.

Customer Testimonials

Our customers love us, see what they have to say.

Investors, Venture Capital or High Capital Loans – Level 3

Our Level 3 plan is designed for entrepreneurs and business owners who are seeking funds from Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists or want a high capital loan. We provide attentive, personalized service while consulting with you to build a professional plan that fits your unique needs. Beginning with an expertly crafted executive summary, all the way to industry-leading financial projections, our Level 3 plan stands out. We offer 20 free design options for you to choose from so that the style and tone matches your vision. We also offer custom-built pitch decks to add another facet to your presentation.

The Level 3 includes a 30-45 page expansive, custom-written Business Plan with a comprehensive market research analysis and extensive Excel formatted financial statements. The Level 3 business plan includes 5 years of Financial Statements, a detailed Investor Return section, and additional in-depth market research. FREE revisions are provided with this package.

Level 3 plans can be used in a variety of ways. There is no limit to the level of funds that can be sought with the Level 3 plans. They include the solid financial budgeting and projections that investors will require, with quality writing and market data that will exceed their expectations.

An average Level 3 plan will include the following 35 sections:

Cover Page
The cover page generally has your company logo, your contact information including name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.

Mission Statement
A clear and concise statement defining your company’s mission.

Vision Statement
A forward-looking statement on the direction your company will take.

Table of Contents
We build our business plans with a linked table of contents that is done in a manner so that if any changes are made to the text, the page numbers can quickly be updated.

Executive Summary
A summation of the business plan and the first thing an investor will read, the executive summary entails the market need, the solution the company will bring to it, and how it will accomplish this. It includes a short description of the company’s products and services, the size of the relevant market, how the company is uniquely suited to succeed, and the amount of investment being sought. Usually one or two pages in length, it is a brief yet important opportunity to persuade the reader to delve deeper into the document. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Objectives
This section generally includes bullet points of your company’s goals. These goals may include market capture rate, financial profitability timelines, and new product launch dates. This section is completed by our business writing and financial consultants.

Keys to Success
A listing of the steps required to achieve the company’s stated mission.

Investor Return & Exit Strategy
The Investor Return section details the investor(s) initial investment, investment multiple, investment fifth year value, investor(s) share of the company, the value of the company in the fifth year, and internal rate of return for 3 different cases.

Financial Overview
This gives the reader a quick overview of your financial projections for the 5 years.

Company Summary
This section includes information regarding where the company will be located and how the company will be structured.

Company Ownership
A summation of the principle owners and their company share.

Pre-Operating Source and Use of Funds
The pre-operating source & use of funds section details the expenses, assets, inventory, investment and debt needed to facilitate the company’s business objectives. The pre-operating expenses and funding occur before the company receives revenue. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Market Needs and Value Proposition
Market, economic, demographic and other factors are taken in to consideration, with a thorough examination of what needs will be met by your new business.

Products and Services
This section describes the company’s offering in the marketplace. It presents standard product and/or service descriptions, and how these differentiate the company from what is currently on the market. This is also the area to detail any proprietary products or processes, intellectual property, exclusive designs, patents, or other innovative offerings. If relevant, it will outline why the management is especially suited to bring the product to market, grow the company, help turn it around, etc. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Market Analysis
Here, potential investors are provided with a general overview of the market, specifically the size of the market relevant to the company’s operations. This could be on a national or international level for, say, a software company, or in a specific geographic region for a brick-and-mortar or other locally focused establishment. For a software company, this may describe the recent spike in the market for Software as a Service or business intelligence tools, for example. Other stats could detail e-commerce growth pertinent to the company or growth in particular market sectors. Included will be annual sales figures, market trends, major companies, and projected future market size. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Market Segmentation
This section profiles potential customers on a business-to-consumer (B2C) and/or business-to-business (B2B) basis. It takes the size of the market and breaks it down specifically for the company with details such as demographics and psychographics for B2C, and the number and size of companies targeted for B2B.

It also further examines the market needs and how the company will solve it, such as why this specific product or service will succeed in the market now and in the future. It could also include a brief narrative of the market and how it is not being effectively served. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Competitive Landscape
Research is done to find information on competitors. Competitor information may include their strengths and weaknesses, yearly sales, and number of employees. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Demographics Summary
This information includes a variety of data, customized to its relevance to each business. Data include population growth, age, gender, sex, and median income, as well as school enrollment, education attainment, marital status, region of birth, language spoken, employment status, occupation, industries occupying the workforce, and class of worker, etc.

Industry Summary
Industry information for the entire U.S. is compiled to list sales volume, number of businesses, and employees. Additionally, the number of businesses operating in each state is listed in a table. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Industry Analysis
This section includes information on U.S. sales per state and sales per employee per state. Specific information for your state and city will be detailed in a custom table. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Marketing Strategy/Implementation
Marketing initiatives and a web-presence summary are detailed here. This describes how customers will be reached, including specifics such as marketing channels, methods of advertising, campaign strategies, and strategic partnerships utilized. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Web Summary
This section includes information on your company’s website and how it is used to increase profits.

SWOT Analysis
The SWOT analysis is included to provide an honest assessment of a company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. It explains internal and external factors, and positive and negative forces affecting your company. This helps investors see the current state of a company and it also is an excellent tool for self- assessment.

Milestones
This section includes milestones that your company has set. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Management Summary
The history of the company and its owners is explored, including how they will use their experience to implement successful business strategies. For larger operations, this will include a summary of management gaps as well. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Management Gaps
A break-down of important information about executive and staff your company will need to hire. This section is done by our business plan writers.

Financial Summary
Provides an overview of your financial situation and financial projections. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Revenue Forecast
The revenue forecast section details the revenue that the company will receive, and the direct costs. Comprehensive graphs illustrate the amount of revenue and gross margin each line item contributes. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Personnel Forecast
The personnel forecast breaks down the payroll expense line on the income statement, and provides total headcount, average salary per category and total pay per category. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Income Statement
The income statement is also known as a profit & loss statement. This table breaks down revenue, cost of revenue, operating expenses, depreciation, interest, taxes, and bottom-line earnings for the first five years. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Statement of Cash Flow
The statement of cash flow illustrates the company’s cash received and cash spent for a five-year period. The table is broken down into three main categories: operating, investing, and financing. The operating activities report the company’s business operations. Investing activities detail the company’s property, plant, and equipment transactions. Financing activities account for the company’s paid-in capital and debt. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Balance Sheet
The balance sheet includes the company’s assets, liabilities, and shareholders’ equity for a given time-period. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Break-Even Analysis
The break-even analysis details two different break-even points. The operating break-even accounts for the company’s revenue and expenses on the income statement. The investment cash flow break-even takes the operating break-even one step further by including the inflows and outflows of the cash flow. The investment cash flow break-even looks at all transfers of money, except investments. This section is completed by our
financial consultants.

Best and Worst Case
The best-and-worst-case analysis illustrates what the company’s financial statements might look like with an increase or decrease in revenue. This section is completed by our financial consultants.

Appendix – Year 1 Financials
Year 1 monthly forecast illustrates the company’s first 12 months, after the pre-operating stage. This section is completed by our financial consultants

Contact a consultant at
1-800-984-7639

WHY CHOOSE BUTLER CONSULTANTS

11 Years in Business
Butler Consultants has been building business plan for more than 11 years. All employees are U.S. based and we never outsource our work overseas.


Best Financial Models in the Industry
Butler Consultants offers top-quality business plans, but it’s our financial models that give us a huge advantage over the competition. Each financial model is custom-built in Excel by Butler Consultants’ founder and owner, Brian Butler.

10,000+ Business Plans Across The World
Butler Consultants has worked on more than 10,000 custom business plans. You name it, we’ve done it. These plans range from a restaurant seeking $200,000 to a steel manufacturer seeking $500,000,000.


Free Design Upgrade
Your business plan purchase will include a free design upgrade. Our Level 2 includes 6 different design choices, and the Level 3 includes 20 different designs from which to choose. There is no extra charge for this service.

Outstanding Reviews Online & BBB
Butler Consultants has a perfect A+ rating with the BBB (Better Business Bureau). Read our overwhelmingly positive reviews and know you can purchase a plan from us with confidence.

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Custom – Quality – Best Prices
Butler Consultants never uses pre-written templates or business plan software. Every plan is tailored to your needs, location and business idea. We only provide the best quality research and custom projections. We have competitive prices by keeping our business costs to a minimum and passing the savings to you.


3 Consultants on Every Business Plan
Every plan is created by 3 consultants: a Financial Consultant, a Business Plan Writer and a Market Research Expert. The Market Researcher will do all the market research and industry analysis for you!


Package Contents
Word document – The business plan comes in an unlocked Word document.

Excel spreadsheet – Your financial projections are built in Excel and linked to the Word document. You have full control over any edits to the financial model.

30 days of revisions – Because of the high quality of our work, we get the first draft so close to perfect that most customers only use 1 revision.

Our Process

Let’s talk

Tell us about your venture and needs. The more specific the better.

Now, we begin

After a 50% retainer is paid and both parties sign a non-disclosure agreement, we can get to work.

Details, Details, Details

A thorough questionnaire ensures we have all your goals, business plans and specific requirements for the document.

Make it pretty

Select from several free designs and color schemes to further customize your plan.

Teamwork

A Writer, Researcher and Financial Modeler build your business plan.

Polish to perfection

You get your plan (after the remaining 50% is paid) and have 30 days to request FREE changes to the document.

Customer Testimonials

Our customers love us, see what they have to say.

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