When writing a business plan, people expect to see how much money you expect to make. Pulling a number out of the air doesn’t work, but there’s some simple steps to follow in this workshop.
This is the fourth workshop of the Propeller Enterprise Programme, designed to get you business-ready in as little as four weeks. If you missed the previous sessions, they will be running again soon.
Putting some thought into the sustainability of your business starts with pricing, understanding your cashflow and being able to predict profit and loss based on a sales forecast. How you go about this depends on whether you’re a sole trader, limited company or other entity, which we also delve into here.
To round it off, we then look at some fundamental contingencies such as insurance, health and safety and writing terms and conditions.
If you have an enterprise module as part of your degree course, you may also find this helpful.
This workshop is three hours long, and includes group discussion, opportunity for reflection and materials to take away including a business plan template and cash flow template.
Reminders for the workshop with a joining link will be sent out the week they are due to happen. Only Propeller members will be sent a workshop link, so make sure you have sent us a registration form in good time.
These workshops are partially funded by the U Start project to support students, graduates and university staff to unlock their entrepreneurial potential and become enterprise ready.
Booking closes at midnight the Sunday before the workshop.
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