A business plan is a formal written document containing the goals of a business, the methods for attaining those goals, and the time-frame for the achievement of the goals. It also describes the nature of the business, background information on the organization, the organization's financial projections, and the strategies it intends to implement to achieve the stated targets. In its entirety, this document serves as a road-map (a plan) that provides direction to the business. Written business plans are often required to obtain a bank loan or other kind of financing. Templates and guides, such as the ones offered in the United States by the Small Business Administration can be used to facilitate producing a business plan.
Seminars, sometimes called conferences, are events sponsored by businesses or corporations with the intention of circulating knowledge, new techniques, or new practices to their employees
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Business infrastructure are the basic facilities, structures and services upon which the rest of a business is built