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Types of Business Plans We Offer

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Investor Grade Business Plan

Raising funds to support a business vision is one of the first and most daunting hurdles entrepreneurs face as they look to build a company. A Wise custom-crafted Investor Business Plan is tailor-made to showcase your startup or expansion concept as you work to acquire funding from investors. If you’re looking to raise capital through equity funding from venture capitalists (VCs), angel investors or private investors, the Investor Plan is the right choice for you.

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Bank Business Plan

The Small Business Administration (SBA) describes a business plan as a living document that serves as an “essential roadmap to success.” At Wise, we believe that to be true, and we’ve seen, over and over, the difference a well-crafted business plan can make. Writing and designing a plan to help our clients secure bank funding – arguably one of the hardest parts of being a business owner — is something we’re committed to doing well.

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Strategic Business Plan

When it comes to business strategy, maybe you thought you were covered with your regular business plan. In a lot of ways, you are. We all know a strong business plan is the foundation of a successful company. Without it, everything is subject to collapse at any time.

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Nonprofit 501 (c)(3) Business Plan

Nonprofits face unique challenges as they look to not just get funded but meet their objectives and serve those they are hoping to benefit. Building a strong nonprofit requires not only careful market research on many levels, including a deep understanding of both the client base and potential sources of continuing cash flow, but a long-term outline for achieving success.

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Franchise Business Plan

Becoming a franchisee is a little like getting into a good college: You have to prove that admitting you into the brand family will benefit the company and that you will be an asset to not only its financial operations but its good reputation.

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M&A Business Plan

Merging your company with another, or taking on someone’s else’s business, means also merging your vision and goals with the dreams, concepts and commitments of someone else. A professionally prepared Merger Business Plan can smooth the way, letting you get back to business fast.

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L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa

An Intracompany Transferee (L1) Visa allows your company to bring management talent from an affiliated foreign office to your U.S. facility, or to bring in management to create a U.S. branch.

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Experienced E-2 Business Plan Writing

Obtaining an (E2) Treaty Investor requires carefully presenting the facts about you and your business to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in a clearly written, easy-to-follow business plan. Your plan should provide solid financial projections and clearly emphasize your qualifications.

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Form an EB-5 Business Plan

The EB-5 visa business plan initiative, a federal program making it possible for foreign citizens to get a permanent residency green card, is making the American dream come true for entrepreneurs from around the world. But the EB5 path to citizenship carries with it very specific regulations from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that require careful planning to succeed.

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EB-5 REGIONAL CENTERS

EB-5 (the fifth employment-based preference immigrant visa) Regional Centers are private, public or government entities designated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that sponsor capital investment projects. One of the main advantages of a regional center is that the center can benefit from indirect job creation by setting up an investment fund for multiple investors and eliminating the need for individuals to invest in projects directly. Regional centers are a good choice for investors whose main objective is residency status rather than hands-on management of a project of their own and the program allows the investor to apply for a visa for immediate family, also.

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Private Placement Memorandum Writers

One of the most useful and important documents a business owner can have is a well-written Private Placement Memorandum. Our professional private placement memorandum writers are proud to offer this service to Wise clients, putting their decades of experience to work creating documents that compelling to investors.

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Professional Feasibility Study

We’ve all been there — you start a project, or even a conversation, and halfway through, you come to a dead-end or lose your momentum and realize you’re going nowhere. Wouldn’t it have been great to see the future before you started, so you’d know you were about to waste time you’ll never get back?Now multiply that feeling and add in hours, days, weeks, even years of your time, plus your hard-earned money and your dreams for the future.

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Pitch Deck

Our professionally prepared and designed business plan pitch decks are specially crafted to wow from the first slide. The ideal pitch deck exposes a need and shows how a client’s concept can fill that need. We help clients back up this point with solid market research. The company’s staff of professional designers, who have experience in everything from journalistic design to technical illustration, add visual impact without getting in the way of the information, supplementing hard facts with eye-catching visuals.

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Our Proven 5 Step Business Plan Process

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    Discovery

    Assigned an MBA writer who learns and writes about your business
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  • Research and Financials
    Research & Financials

    Market research and custom financials are developed for your company
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    Review

    Each client is entitled to a free revision to ensure your plan
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Why Choose Wise?

MBA-Educated Writers

Our MBA writers are the best in the industry. Each writer has extensive experience in writing custom business plans in a multitude of business industries. We have compiled research on more than 400 industries.

Funding

Our clients have raised millions in funding through banks (debt financing) and investors (debt/equity financing). Our experienced team can provide valuable insight.

Unmatched Reputation

What do The UPS Stores, LegalZoom and other leading corporations have in common? They trust their clients to Wise Business Plans! Thousands of satisfied customers. Over 200+ “5 star testimonials” written by our previous clients.

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JOHN RUSKIN

It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money — that is all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot — it can’t be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that you will have enough to pay for something better.

John Ruskin 1810-1900
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