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Business Plan & Investment Plan

(Business Plan drafting typically takes about 15 working days for Equity & 4 Working Days for Debt)
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement Signature
  • Understanding the Business in Detail
  • Understand the requirement for fund (equity or debt)
  • Understand broad vision of company
  • Understand the nuances of their business model
  • Understand the operation plan and strategy
  • Discuss about any ideas we have about your Business Plan
  • Draft the Business Plan
  • Incorporate Changes suggested by Client (6 Rounds)
  • Starting At:
    Rs 10,000/- All Inclusive

Why is Business Plan & Investment Plan Important?

Business Plan summarizes your vision, passion and hunger for growth. The approximate 30 page documents gives an insight of and your business growth potential (and your potential) to investors such as Venture Capitalist, Angel Funds, HNIs, Banks, NBFCs amongst others. Typically an investor has 10 minutes to evaluate potential of a start-up or business and it is up to you to Rock the presentation. A well drafted Business Plan ensures that you have an advantage over other businesses and start-ups vying for same pie of fund.

Business Plan should include details about Competition, Product, USP of Business, SWOT Analysis, Marketing Plan, Financial Strategy, Technology, Market Sizing, Exit for Investors, Cash Flow, Profit and Loss Statement etc. The beauty of Business Plan is that it helps an entrepreneur to think about nuances of business which he might have ignored in the process of getting product ready. Business Plan differs for debt funding (which is more Cash Flow Based and are offered by NBFC and Banks) and Equity funding (which talks more about growth potential of business and are offered by Venture Capital Funds etc.). At ca4you-business, we understand your business idea in detail and spend time to come out with a Business Plan which definitely gives you a head start to raise funds.


What is included in our Business & Investment Plan package?

  • Non-Disclosure Agreement Signature
  • Understanding the Business in Detail
  • Understand the requirement for fund (equity or debt)
  • Understand broad vision of company
  • Understand the nuances of their business model
  • Understand the operation plan and strategy
  • Discuss about any ideas we have about your Business Plan
  • Draft the Business Plan
  • Incorporate Changes suggested by Client (6 Rounds)

Procedure for Business & Investment Plan


Information Required For Business & Investment Plan

  • Information about Business Model
  • Information about Business Operations, Marketing etc.
  • Information asked by ca4you in required format
  • Balance Sheet etc. of Company
  • Financial Information like Bank Statement

Advantages of Business & Investment Plan

Equity Funding and Debt Funding

Funding, either equity or debt, is an important factor to grow any business. An entrepreneur needs to present or send Business Plan to Venture Capitalist, Angel Investor, HNIs, Banks, NBFCs and a well-made Business Plan ensures high probability of getting fund.

Business Strategy

An MNC or Start-up, all needs a strategy which should be revisited every 6 months (or so). Getting a business plan made ensures that you revisit each aspect of your business and tweak any one of them to improve business parameters like revenue and profitability.



FAQ'S

Q. Does Business Plan for Debt or Equity Differs?

Q. Is it mandatory to have Service Level Agreement printed on Stamp Paper?

No, it is not mandatory to have Service Level Agreement printed in Stamp Paper. You can print it and sign it in normal paper.

Q. Is it mandatory to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement before sending Business Plan to an investor?

Yes, it is very important to sign Non-Disclosure Agreement before sending a business plan as it has business information which could be misused.

Q. What are the penalty in case of delay in Cheque Bounce Cases?

After the recent judgement of the Supreme Court, keeping in mind the numerous cases of cheque bouncing approaching the courts, it has been decided that:

Delay in Trial Court:

If the matter of cheque bouncing is delayed in the Trial Court, the defaulter (cheque payee) will have to pay penalty up to 10% of the cheque amount to avoid going to jail.

Delay in High Court:

If the matter of cheque bouncing is delayed in the High Court, the defaulter (cheque payee) will have to pay penalty up to 15% of the cheque amount to avoid going to jail.

Delay in Supreme Court:

If the matter of cheque bouncing is delayed in the Supreme Court, the defaulter (cheque payee) will have to pay penalty up to 20% of the cheque amount to avoid going to jail.

Q. If a cheque has been issued to someone by his ex employers but it bounced. What is the legal opinion the employee can take?

If a cheque presented by the ex-employer of the employee has bounced then the employee can take legal action against the ex-employer. Firstly, the person must issue a legal notice in writing to the ex-employer who issued the cheque, demanding him to make the payment of money. But the notice by the person to the ex-employer has to be made within 30days of the receipt of information regarding the return of the cheque as unpaid by the bank to the person.

If within 15 days of the receipt of notice issued by the person regarding return of cheque and non-payment of money to the person, the ex-employer fails to make the payment, the person or ex -employee may proceed against the ex-employer in a District Magistrate Court by filing a criminal case for dishonour of cheque against the ex-employer.

If the person feels aggrieved by the decision of the Magistrate Court, or unsatisfied, the person may then file a case in the District Consumer Court against the ex-employer for payment of amount due to him and also for compensation of damages for delay in payment of amount due and deliberate evasion of payment. Still further, the person also has the option to file a case against the ex-employer in a District Labour Court in order to seek redressal against non-payment of due salary.

The matter can also be taken to the Civil Court by the aggrieved person against the ex-employer under Summary Procedure for fast recovery of salary due to him.



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