Even the most successful nonprofits started small, but simply having an idea is not enough. It’s vitality important to set up a strong foundation and a thorough business plan in the beginning. Nonprofit business plans have several different features and quirks that you’ll need to include to receive funding and having a strong passion to help your community is only a fragment of what it takes to run a not-for-profit organization.
Business Plan Samples
Feeling inspired to start a business, but don’t know how to write a business plan? We have a business plan samples database that you can look through to learn the different chapters and sections necessary to attract equity investments and loans.
Although our business plan examples are specific to each industry, keep in mind that every business plan sample will be unique depending on your location, your customer base, and your own vision, so these will only serve as a starting point for you and your dream.
Style Villain is a Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina based clothes retail business located in the Town Center on Highway 17 North. Style Villain will focus on marketing medium to high end articles of clothing targeted at college students and young professionals.
CPW Investments will operate within the City of Los Angeles, California. The Company will be offering a unique service to property investors, homeowners, and tenants.
Love & Lawn is a start-up limited liability partnership (LLP) owned and operated by Burt and Holly Holson. Love & Lawn operates its business in Fairfax, Virginia, but hopes to expand its operation to northern Virginia in the future.
Want to open up your own coffee shop? Well, this is a good place to start. Check out our coffee shop business plan sample to get a better idea of what investors are looking for in a business plan.
The Company aims to achieve a preeminent position in the retail bakery industry channel based on the concept of cultivating loyal, brand specific consumer segments within the targeted market.
My Daycare Center is a start-up limited liability corporation (LLC) owned by Andrea Case and doing business in Gaithersburg, Maryland. My Daycare Center will offer a secure, loving environment for children ages three months to six years and will be staffed by child care professionals trained in early learning programs and curricula.
The purpose of this business plan is to secure a $50,000 three-year Bank of America loan to fund the purchase and marketing of a food truck restaurant (Holey Moley LLP) in downtown Washington, D.C. Holey Moley was founded by Pat Jabroni and Mickey Jordan, Mexican food chefs and connoisseurs, in 2014. The investment will help the company begin and continue operations until the company becomes self-sustaining.