Whether your business is already established or you’re in the process of putting one together, chances are good that at some point you’re going to have to create a business plan. It can be your biggest asset, forcing you to see your business in new ways in order to capitalize on your strengths or correct your weaknesses. These sources can aid you in that process.
Start and Run Series. Self-Counsel Press. These books are about writing business plans for specific kinds of businesses and they are easy to use. Just type start and run using the title keyword search on the Library Catalog.
Business Plans Made Easy by David H. Bangs Jr.
Entrepreneurship.com by Tim Burns
E-Strategy Pure & Simple: Connecting Your Internet Strategy to Your Business Strategy by Michel Robert
How to Write a Business Plan by Mike P. McKeever
The Small Business Start-Up Kit by Peri Pakroo
Steps to Small Business Start-Up: Everything You Need To Know To Turn Your Idea into A Successful Business by Linda Pinson
U.S. Small Business Administration
Online Women’s Business Center
Small Business Development Centers
If you have other topics that you would like to have more information about, please contact the library at 219-769-3541 or use our online Ask a Librarian service.
See more information about the Lake County (IN) Public Library & its services to business at http://www.lcplin.org/research/businesslines.htm