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BUS 436. Use this guide to locate resources that will help you develop the business plan for your new venture.
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2016 URL: http://guides.business.library.emory.edu/BUS436Entrepreneur Print Guide RSS Updates

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Emory Tech Lab

  • Need 3D Printing?
    2nd fl Cox Hall - Student Digital Life TechLab - Various technologies, including 3D printing and 3D scanning are available for academic projects.

Emory Entrepreneurship Club

 

Deloitte & Touche Business Plan

Business Plans

  • Writing a Business Plan (U.S. Small Business Administration)
    An excellent guide that walks you through and analyzes each section of the plan; particularly good for putting together financials
  • SCORE Business Plans
    SCORE "Counselors to America's Small Business" is a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small business start, grow and succeed. Check this site for business plans for non-profits, start-ups, finance templates and more.
  • Entrepreneur.com Business Plans
    Start-up Essentials/Business Plans
  • Inc.
    Great section by section, step by step description; supplemented by articles from Inc. magazine.
  • Bplans
    Does a good job of walking you through all the sections of a business plan; site includes examples of business plans, market plans, and mission statements, many for free.
  • Business Plan Samples

Entrepreneur TV Show

  • Dragon's Den
    One of Professor Hershatter's favorite shows! Broadcast on the BBC, Dragons' Den features five multi-millionaire Dragons looking to invest in Britain's business hopefuls. Check the online version with all the drama - watch all the pitches & determine if you would invest in them.
  • Shark Tank
    It's tough for someone with a dream to get a loan for a risky venture. There are some great ideas out there—ideas that will likely die an early death because no one dared take a financial chance on an unknown person with an unproven and possibly outrageous proposal. Enter the Sharks of Shark Tank—5 multi-millionaires who succeeded in their own entrepreneurial dreams. Entrepreneurs will be asked to give up a % of their companies' equity to the Sharks in order to get the investment they need.

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