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Business Consulting

Business Planning and Consulting

At Enkempes, we don’t have pre-set prices for our work. Every project is different. We take our time to interview you and your business to understand how what your vision is and see what existing materials and research are available.

Depending on your needs, purpose, and budget, we will then develop a proposal tailored specifically for you

Full Service Business Plan Consulting to Secure Funding

Bank Funding: You are seeking a loan – typically one guaranteed by the SBA – from a local bank to finance asset purchases for a brick-and-mortar business. Most banks will ask for a basic business plan and financial forecast if you haven’t been in business for at least a few years.

Landlords: Many commercial landlords want to see a business plan so that they can see how a new tenant in a retail location plans to become a success. They don’t want to invest in a lot of tenant improvements, only to have the space vacant again in a year or two.

  • We will do the “heavy lifting” so you can focus on other priorities: developing your product, finding customers, and building your team.
  • We can help you optimize your strategy; research and analyze your market and competition; and create a clear and compelling business plan to articulate your vision.
  • Finally, we put everything together along with a realistic and achievable financial projection to tee it up for financing.

Guided Business Planning

If you are just starting out with a more limited budget and have the time to conduct a majority of the research and writing, we can:

  • Guide and prioritize your efforts;
  • Supply templates and other helpful materials;
  • Help you avoid common business planning mistakes; and critique, edit, and format your drafts.

Once finished, you will have the perfect blueprint for launching your business and tracking your progress.

How it Works: The Process:

Our business plan consultants each have their unique approach to how they work with clients. They will describe their approach during your initial discussions with them so that you understand what to expect as we progress. Here is an example of how an engagement might develop.

  • Initial discussion(s) to understand your needs.
  • Review your existing materials (draft business plans, financials, market research, competitor research, etc.).
  • Help you avoid common business planning mistakes; and critique, edit, and format your drafts.
  • Follow-up discussion to agree upon the scope and fees for the engagement.
  • Preparation and execution of an engagement agreement.
  • Several in-depth interviews to better understand the details, develop strategies, and agree on all major elements of the Business Plan and Financial Forecast.
  • Conduct additional research and formulate additional strategy and tactics, as needed.
  • Draft the Executive Summary and review it with you to ensure that we all agree on the next level of detail.
  • Prepare an outline of the Business Plan.
  • Fill in details of the Business Plan. Obtain and incorporate your feedback as we go.
  • Customize our Financial Forecast for your business. Populate assumptions with rough, educated guesses. Work with you to refine the assumptions. Teach you how to use the model so that you can explain it to your audience with confidence.
  • Finalize all deliverables, including editorial review and additional graphic design/layout work if needed.
  • Provide ongoing support, including making minor updates to the deliverables at no additional charge for up to 90 days following the delivery of final documents.

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