Production planning: Show 'em you can do it

Istock 000008027025xsmallThis guest blog post is provided by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency who is responsible for creating opportunities for economic growth in Atlantic Canada.

Regardless of which industry you are in, your business plan is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your thorough grasp of how to manage business operations in a cost-effective manner. The production planning part of your business plan is a good place to include details about:

1. Your facilities and assets, such as:

2. Your materials and supplies, such as:

3. Your personnel, such as:

4. Your operations, such as:

Spelling out the details of your business operations in your business plan can go a long way in showing potential investors you have what it takes to succeed.

Stay tuned for more on this topic: All in the numbers: financials for your business plan

See related blog articles: Getting started with your business plan | Executive Summaries: a key part of your business plan

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