Business Planning To Meet MSME Lending Course

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Business owners today have many more options when it comes to finding a Lender than they did many years ago, but you will find that eligibility for those loans can differ wildly among lenders. However, lenders have a common requirement which is the Business Plan that satisfies the requirements for..

Start Date:

03 February, 2020.

End Date:

05 February, 2020.

Amount:

NGN 180,000.00

Category:

Banking and Finance

Business owners today have many more options when it comes to finding a Lender than they did many years ago, but you will find that eligibility for those loans can differ wildly among lenders. However, lenders have a common requirement which is the Business Plan that satisfies the requirements for lending. The 7 Cannon of Lending in all its characteristics, encircles the Business Plan. The course has therefore been designed to put you through a comprehensive business school curriculum with emphasis on Business Planning. You will not only get a loan to run your business, you will understand what is involved to grow your business successfully.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this training session, participants will be able to:

  • Research and analyze the individual components needed for a business plan
  • Apply skills to create a business plan for different audiences, including investors, banks, and other stakeholders
  • Explain the purpose and future of your business in easy to understand terms
  • Use accounting terms to describe the future for your business
  • Describe your marketing, sales, and planning strategies
  • Develop a business plan that includes a detailed, practical and effective implementation strategy

COURSE CONTENTS:

DAY1

  • WHAT IS BUSINESS  
    • Aims and Objectives:
    • Basic Principles of The Market Economy
    • Demand and Supply
    • Types of Market Structure
    • Business or Entrepreneurship and its Different Types
    • What is an Entrepreneur
  • HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS
    • Aims and Objectives
    • Entrepreneurship and the Environment
    • Crucial Characteristics for the Entrepreneur
    • Working Hours
    • Success Factors:
    • Open Thinking
    • Perception
    • Attitudes and values
    • Interests
    • Inner feeling
    • Personal traits
    • Distinctiveness.
  • HOW TO PREPARE A BUSINESS PLAN
    • Aims and Objectives
    • What is a Business Plan
    • Who will write the Business Plan
    • Preparing to write the Business Plan
    • Contents of the Business Plan
    • The Summary
    • Detailed Business plan
    • Raw Materials
    • Marketing
    • Manufactured Goods or Provision Of Services
    • Competition
    • Financial Statements and Forecasts

DAY 2

  • IS THERE A MARKET FOR MY BUSINESS IDEA
    • Aims and Objectives
    • What is Marketing
    • A brief History of Marketing
    • The Marketing Mix
    • Target Customers
    • Target Market
    • Products – Goods and Services
    • Market Place or Distribution
    • Promotion
    • Determining the price
    • Pricing
  • WHAT DO I NEED TO RUN A BUSINESS
    • Aims and Objectives
    • Capital Investment
    • Resources
    • Premises and Locality
    • Material Resources
    • Financial Resources
    • Internal Financial Resources
    • External Financial Resources
    • Information Resources
    • Time to Reflect
    • Do I really want to go into business?
    • The Market for my business
    • My Costs
    • My profits
    • My capital
    • My assets
    • My premises
    • My personnel
    • My banking needs
    • My taxes, my business and the Law
    • My business management systems.

DAY 3 and 4

  • THE FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS PLANNING
    • Aims and Objectives
    • An introduction to Finance
    • Assumptions
    • Sales Assumptions
    • Activity - Income calculations...
    • Cost Assumptions
    • Direct Costs
    • Indirect Costs
    • Activity – Cost calculations
    • Profit and Loss Account
    • Contents
    • Structure
    • Activity – Profit & Loss Account calculations
    • Depreciation
    • Linear Depreciation
    • Depreciation
    • Depreciation choices
    • Activity – Depreciation calculations
    • The Cash Flow Forecast
    • Introduction
    • The Period of Cash Flow Forecast
    • Structuring the Cash Flow Statement
    • Receipts
    • Cash Payments
    • Operating Expenses
    • Investments
    • Other Payments
    • The Profit/Loss Account and Cash Flow Statement compared
    • Activity – Cash flow calculations
    • The Balance Sheet
    • Assets & Liabilities
    • Fixed Assets
    • Currents Assets
    • Capital & Liabilities
    • Liabilities
    • Current liabilities
    • Long-term liabilities
    • Equity
    • Statute capital
    • Balance Sheet – vertical form
    • Break-even Analysis
    • Fixed Costs
    • Variable Costs
    • Activity – Beak-even point Analysis

DAY 5

  • AM I SATISFIED WITH MY BUSINESS PLAN
    • Aims and Objectives
    • Risk Analysis
    • Competition
    • Raw Material & Stock
    • Payment Terms
    • Sector Specific Risk Factors
    • Comparative Analysis
    • Liquidity analysis
    • Current Ratio
    • Quick Ratio
    • Profitably Indices
    • Profitability (profit margin)
    • Return on Assets
    • Solvency Ratio
  • HOW TO PRESENT THE BUSINESS PLAN
    • Aims and Objectives
    • Who will receive the Plan?
    • Creditors
    • Investors
    • Visualizing the idea
    • Presentation Tips
  • IS THE BUSINESS PLAN COMPLETE
    • Aims and Objectives
    • A Plan to Control the Business
    • How to use the budget
    • Reporting
    • Weekly reports
    • Monthly reports
    • Why reports are important

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Phone Number:

+2348033467639

Email:

megaheads@gmail.com

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