This seminar is an introduction to the basic elements necessary to write a compelling business plan.
Emphasis is placed on the strategic analysis techniques that will ensure approval of start-up funding, while also positioning the business for long-term success.
Topics covered will include: Strategic Overview, Products and Services Offered, Marketing Plan, Operations Plan, Organizational Structure and Management, Funding Plan and Start-Up Expenses, Pro-Forma Accounting Statements and Break-Even Analysis, Intellectual Property, Legal and Regulatory Environment.
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Cell Ph: 484-358-9470
Sal Acosta has over thirty years of business and financial experience, both as a small business entrepreneur and as a corporate executive for well-known global corporations.
His corporate background includes high-level professional roles with world-class organizations like General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, and ABB. As an entrepreneur he has successfully started, bought, grown, and sold small businesses. As a corporate executive he has been involved with multi-million dollar sub-contracts, mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures.
Sal has an Electrical Engineering degree from MIT and an MBA from Tulane University.