Business Planning and Assessment

EBS will create a business plan to help you maximize profits and minimize costs. We will convince investors of the viability of your business model and provide them with an objective multi-pronged assessment to help them manage their financial resources properly.

The main steps in developing a business plan are:

  • Launch of the project
  • Collection, processing and analysis of information
  • Development of key sections of a business plan and building a financial model
  • Drawing up the final business plan

In order to increase the efficiency of the interaction of EBS consultants with the customer within the framework of the implementation of this project and to ensure the conditions for achieving its maximum efficiency, the EBS approach provides for dividing the project into stages – points of control and evaluation of intermediate work results.

After discussing the options for cooperation, a scenario will be chosen in which the Company prepares the necessary analytical information for the financial model – market analysis, technological aspects of work, as well as the necessary operational information for calculations – launch stages, the required number of personnel, data on sales forecasts for different markets, etc. .d. EBS, for its part, provides financial model building, project risk analysis and scenarios, and forms the narrative part of the model.

Why do you need a business plan and company appraisal?

  • Business planning and business valuation shows investors how the company is going to use the invested funds and receive income from them;
  • Helps to assess the prospects of the project and, already at the initial stage, to find the pitfalls that are to be faced and which may interfere with the implementation of the plan;
  • Find and substantiate arguments in favor of the advisability of reorganizing an existing enterprise or creating a new one.
  • Determine promising markets for products and assess what place your company occupies in them.
  • Estimate the costs of the company for the production and marketing of products. Compare costs with the prices at which the goods or services will be sold and determine the potential profitability of the goods and services.
  • Analyze and evaluate in detail the financial and material position of the enterprise.
  • The operating business uses the plan to determine how realistic it is to achieve the strategic and tactical goals set for the company, since planning is often a key factor influencing the growth and success of the enterprise.
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