The nursing assistant business plan outlines the market need for nursing assistants in your area and gives a full disclosure about your background, certifications, and skills for offering nursing services. In a plan like this, your bio is important: where did you go to school, what degree do you hold, how many testimonials do you have, and what other positions have you held that will enable you to be a good nursing assistant? Unlike a simple resume, when you're trying to grab a position in the medical field, the nursing assistant business plan delves into your potential revenues in the position weighed against the costs you'll incur. The plan should show:
• The services you can offer as a nursing assistant
• The potential targets for your services
• The market need regionally
• The state of the industry
• The main competitors for your service suite
The business plan for a nursing assistant also needs a complete financial model that shows your potential revenues and likely expenses over a period of at least three years. If you plan on running a sole prop, the model needs to demonstrate how you will use funding and what repayment of equity share scenario you envision. The full model should show a revenue forecast, break-even point, profit and loss statement, cash flow, balance sheet, and a sensitivity analysis demonstrating the impact of a sales variance. The experts at MasterPlans can get this business plan put together for you in as little as 10 days. Call us at 877-453-2011.
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