Is there a CPR business plan in your future? You're probably hoping to get funding for a company that will deliver training services to a set list of individuals who need to learn life-saving CPR techniques as part of their job training or for certification for other job or life opportunities. The business plan should briefly describe what CPR is and what courses look like, as well as when it should be performed and what equipment might be suitable in certain circumstances or environments. Whether your focus is on training newbies or providing advanced techniques, you should cover the following:
• Who will you market to?
• How will you promote the CPR services?
• What staff do you need for this?
• What is your background and who are your fellow owners/executives?
• How will the company be founded and incorporated?
The business plan should also look carefully at the market for the service suite. Who is competing against you and what are their strengths and weaknesses? Do you know their sales, market share, or staffing levels? Also what are the marketing methods you'll bring into the fold as your business grows? Is the internet or magazines or trade show appearances best suited to market your offering? You should add this component into your budget but make sure it doesn't run higher than approximately 20 percent of sales. Need more help here? MasterPlans has written business plans for all sort of industries. Since 2002 we have helped more than 9000 clients with their plans. Call 877-453-2011 today to learn more!
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