Investor Business Plans

A custom written business plan developed for acquiring financing through investors. If you are looking to raise capital through Venture Capitalist (VC’s), Angel Investors, or Private Investors then the investment business plan is for you.

What is Venture Capital?


Venture Capital (also known as a VC) – A VC is an investment firm that frequently pools third-party investor funds together to make investments. Venture capital firms usually invest in technology-driven companies such as biotechnology, software, IT, etc. Due to most VC’s investing in high-tech companies, VC’s internal management teams have in-depth industry experience.

Venture capitalists are looking for innovative technologies that have the potential to generate high rates of return at an early stage. AVC firm usually makes money by owning an equity stake in the company it invests in. Venture capital is attractive for newer companies with limited operating experience and capital to launch their company to the next level.

What is an Angel Investor?

Angel Investor – Angel investors are usually successful entrepreneurs or wealthy business people looking to invest in a good opportunity. Angel investors usually invest in companies that are similar in nature to their business industry. Angels are often more hands-on and involved in the operations of the business, this is why they are a good source to approach for start-up capital.

How to Find Private Investors?

Private Investors – A private investor is someone investing for their own account. Private investors usually start within a business’s circle of influence. Such investors can be, professionals, family, friends, and speculators. A private investor is typically looking to lend company money at a better rather than return than that of conventional sources (i.e. CD’s stocks, mutual funds, etc.).

Hiring a business plan expert can be an important factor in securing your investment capital. Below are some key elements included in the investment business plan.

What’s Included in the investment business plan:

Cover Profit & Loss
Table of Contents Loan Analysis
Start-up Costs Balance Sheet
Executive Summary Cash Flow Statement
Company Description Sales Forecast
Product or Service Description Marketing Plan
MBA Plan Writer SWOT Analysis
Market Research Break-even Analysis
Exit Strategy ROI (return on investment)
Equity Positions Use of funds with Milestones

PowerPoint Presentation Option – When presenting to investors being precise and to the point is important. A PowerPoint presentation allows you to highlight the important areas of your business. The business plan provides the needed details to obtain funding.

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