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Comin'OutSwingin said:
(maybe Rodney should just have a place for me to upload it, since so many people want it!):D ;)
You could upload it to one of those free file sharing websites. Or if it's less than 97.7k the forum allows you to attach 97.7k zip files to posts.
 

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I'll get it to everybody that has requested, though. (maybe Rodney should just have a place for me to upload it, since so many people want it!)
I was wondering why you didn't just upload it as an attachment to your message instead of doing the PM thing :) Couldn't you zip it up and upload it? If not, let me know and I can make it work :)
 

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Here we go!

Also, some extra notes:

The plan is done for a screen printing company based in Montana called, "The T-Shirt Co."! It is not real for those of you wondering.

Even though it is for a screen printing company, you will get a great example of what's needed for a plan and how it all fits together.

It was not in a business plan format per se, but all of the info for every section you need is there. Since it wasn't formatted, I had to save each section as a different "WORD" document, so it would be clear.

Just open up the document entitled "Intro & Executive Summary" and you will see the order that the rest of the documents need to be in.
 

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That will help you guys some. Greg sent it out to some of us this summer. I never wrote a plan, but this helped narrow things down some.
 

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Hi Greg and thanks for the business plan outline - given me a great head start!

The section 'Services' isn't included in the zip file though. Is that bc tees and other items are 'products' rather than services, or just an oversight. I could imagine providing a 'service', (such as physically being available to set up stall and sell for a client) as well as providing the 'product'. I'd possibly see this as a 'service' as they're buying my time rather than items.
Anyways it'd be great if you could put up the services section to complete the sample.

Thanks again
Teri :)
 

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Re: Biz plan

Hi Greg and thanks for the business plan outline - given me a great head start!

The section 'Services' isn't included in the zip file though. Is that bc tees and other items are 'products' rather than services, or just an oversight. I could imagine providing a 'service', (such as physically being available to set up stall and sell for a client) as well as providing the 'product'. I'd possibly see this as a 'service' as they're buying my time rather than items.
Anyways it'd be great if you could put up the services section to complete the sample.

Thanks again
Teri :)
Yes, there was nothing listed under services, so it wasn't included.;)
 

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Re: Biz plan

Here we go!

Also, some extra notes:

The plan is done for a screen printing company based in Montana called, "The T-Shirt Co."! It is not real for those of you wondering.

Even though it is for a screen printing company, you will get a great example of what's needed for a plan and how it all fits together.

It was not in a business plan format per se, but all of the info for every section you need is there. Since it wasn't formatted, I had to save each section as a different "WORD" document, so it would be clear.

Just open up the document entitled "Intro & Executive Summary" and you will see the order that the rest of the documents need to be in.
greg.,
thanks a lot need that plan also.
i,m ffrom tennessee too what part are u from
 
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