Free Business advice & support for your small business, website or home business.
You will learn: What is an Investor Ready Small Business Plan? 
- The problem you are solving (why is your company's product / service NEEDED)
- Your sustainable competitive advantage (why you will SUCCEED where others have failed)
- Your barriers to entry (how will you prevent COMPETITORS from taking your customers)
- The true market opportunity (how many CUSTOMERS can you reach)
At Emeals, we know how difficult it can be to start a business. That's why we offer a complete overview of what business plans must include. Drill down on the business plan outline below to find details and a business plan template for every section of your business plan.

Emeals was created by people who have started, managed and grown successful businesses. We have seen and experienced first hand the challenges of starting a business and the thrill of succeeding. Learn from us--we are here to help you succeed!

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Some Small Business Tips, For Success
These are just some general tips to consider when designing and running your small business:
1. Take time to explore and understand whether or not you are compatible with running our own business. Some people are simply happier and financially better at the other end of the paycheck.

2.Get your personal finances in order. Before turning to entrepreneurship in the world, get your own money matters squared away.

3. Choose your niche. Many small business owners succeed in businesses that are not exceptional or innovative. Take stock of your skills, interests and employment history to select the company that is right for you.

4. Enjoy your business plan. The exercise of creating a business plan is what pays dividends. Answer the tough questions now before the meter starts running.