The engine that could: how contractors can produce a solid business plan

The engine that could: how contractors can produce a solid business plan

If you have a good solid business foundation, it means one thing … you have money. Or, you have a good idea of where you’re going to get it. Money is the foundation of any viable company, and it has to come before a business plan can be marked out well and achieved.  

A solid business plan is what enables success in any professional endeavor. But, contrary to its importance, many contractors haven’t produced a true business plan, and if they have, they struggle following through with it. Think about it, how many have written a business plan showing “X” percent net profit at the end of the year and actually achieved it? Anybody? My guess, very few.

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