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it was nice to have examples of each section of a business plan. Looking forward to read more books/reviews from the HBR 20 minute management series.
A total rewrite
Business plan QuickStart guide by Clydebank was my next read and by comparison a much more comprehensive guide to writing a business plan.
Quite possibly a little to Mono tone
Instead of following one single business concept/idea from start to finish it, I would die versify various plug-and-play Business concepts other than Just anInternet service/product company. Seem like more of an advertising piece for a fitness product/service.
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