Sierra Nevada College The research and development part of a business plan

Crunch time

We almost at the stage where we need to present our business plans, but I somehow found myself lagging behind with regards to the actual business plan writing. However time was not wasted, for the last few weeks, I have been working on the concept development which is the most important.

I was a bit concerned on the lack of research supporting my idea. It felt like a few hours ago it was merely based on speculation. And I am sure investors don’t look favorably on my take on the social-economic development status in South Africa. Although possibly correct, there is only so much poppycock I can spin. Thus further research was needed…

I have come to realize that I don’t really have to do extensive research. Why? Because it is already done. All I had to do is to put in a few hours of solid work and facilitate the information together. It as easy as cut and paste…except that I am handwriting it out. Yes, I am writing out my entire business plan because I am blocked when thinking BP in front of a computer.

Here’s an example of the valuable information I found…

Last night, I started looking for premises. Mainly to add into my *roll eyes* pro forma…
A little roadblock there, I can not find a single real estate agent that covers the Transkei region of the Eastern Cape. If anyone knows any, please email me or comment down below. You too awesome and I will hypertheorically love you forever.

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