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“Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans.”

– Peter F Drucker

Father of Modern Management

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    Are you ready to make a commitment to your business idea?
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    Entrepreneurs require something concrete to transit from ideation to execution state.
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Our Approach to Business Plans


Our Approach to Business Plans

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin
A business plan is crucial for businesses to determine their action steps, costs, projected revenues and projected profits. It determines whether your idea is feasible or not and suggests measures that will lead to ultimate success.

A Business plan includes the projected financials and assesses the risks to ensure that operations run smoothly

Many businesses fail because they fall short of cash. This happens because they failed to plan at the start of the business. IFC works with entrepreneurs to create a plan bearing in mind all risks and cash flow requirements. We further create a buffer in case things don’t go according to the plan, which increases the entrepreneur’s success rate.

A business plan includes various elements and is prepared based on a detailed market study. The cost varies depending on the details that the client is able to provide. Hence, it is based on the amount of work assigned to IFC. It is a culmination of the documents and the purpose of documents required. We give our clients the option to choose if they want all elements, or some. Based on that decision, IFC designs a unique price based on client requirements.

Elements of a Business Plan:

  • Feasibility Study
  • Financial Model
  • Business Model
  • 5-year Profit & Loss Account – Monthly, Quarterly and Annual
  • 5-year Balance Sheet – Monthly, Quarterly and Annual
  • 5-year Cash Flow Statement – Monthly, Quarterly and Annual
  • Capital Required and Drawdown Schedule
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Sensitivity Analysis
  • Charts and Graphs to incorporate in the Business Plan

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