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This business proposal plan is regarding to apply master dealership business.
Part 1 - Our Mission
Should be able to write in a maximum of 25 words and ideally in eight. Our mission statement should be a simple answer to the question.
Part 2 - Our Goals
This section should answer the question of what you want to have listed in terms of dollars, numbers, hours, percentages—some achievable thing.
Part 3 - Elevator Speech
Focusing on our outward message, explaining what problem or frustration our business solves. "This is where we give the short answer to the question, 'What do you do?' " We can have more than one elevator speech depending on our audience. We might have a different pitch for our potential customers as we would to, say, an investor, or even members of your team. "Whatever the speech is, it should also be aligned with our mission and goals,"
Part 4 - The Financial Plan
We will also need to know our financial goals as defined in a budget, which also build on the goals we set in the earlier section of our plan.
Part 5 - The Marketing Calendar/Plan
Three areas to focus on right now are: acquisition, e-marketing, and testimonial. With an acquisition, the goal would be to buy a faltering company and turn their phone number or URL into a lead generator for our business. E-marketing strategies would be to use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to promote our business as well as spending time on search engine optimization and even an e-newsletter.
Part 6 - The Org Chart
Set up an organization chart to define who we plan to have do the tasks you need in our business—even if they're subcontractors. And it gives investors and bankers confidence that our plan.
Part 7 - The Top Projects List
This is the section where we need to list at least five projects that will help our new business start moving in the direction of fulfilling its mission and goals.
Part 8 - Our Story, the Executive Summary
Once we have nailed down all the details of our plan, it's time to spend less than a page answering the key questions about your business: The what, the why, the for whom, the how much, the by when, and the where.
The above 8 items are basic, maybe are incomplete, but you can add on or modified some data on this business proposal plan.