Financial Projections

It’s no secret that the most important part of a business plan is the financials, if these don’t stack up it will put off any investor or lender.

Financial Projections Tailored to your Business 

Some business owners find themselves in the position of having an almost complete business plan, they know it inside out and are confident that it includes everything required to impress investors and lenders. But when it comes to the finances, confidence wanes and concerns it will all fall apart on the figures can be very real.

Our business consultants, who are all expert business plan writers, are able to help! They can work with you to produce sales forecasts and financial projections. Your consultant will even provide tables and charts and deliver them in a word document ready for you to copy direct to your plan.

We understand the need to control costs so we work on a fixed price basis and will agree this price with you up front, so you’ll have a clear understanding of what will be included and how much it will cost.

For more information about how financial projections can support your business plan read our financial blogs.

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