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Business Owners Toolkit - Sample Business Plans
Attached files contain the component elements of sample business plans for three fictitious companies.
Small Business Administration: Finance Start-Up
Resources to help obtain capital to start a business.
Business Plan Archive - Dot Com Era
In partnership with the Library of Congress, the Center for History and New Media, and the University of Maryland Libraries, the Archive collects and preserves business plans and related planning documents from the Birth of the Dot Com Era so that future generations will be able to learn from this remarkable episode in the history of technology and entrepreneurship.
Center for Business Planning
Provides business plans presented for the MOOT Corp Competition ("The Super Bowl of Business Plan Competition." Business Week), planning guidelines, and a portal to Web resources.
Small Business Development Center National Information Clearinghouse (SBDCNET)
A Small Business Administration site that has a goal to empower the entrepreneur with business information; includes a page with an index of business plans with links.
U.S. Small Business Administration - Business Planning
Resources for planning a new business from the SBA.
Federal Business Opportunties: FedBizOpps
Current; U.S. General Services Administration; FedBizOpps.gov is the federal government's web portal for business and procurement opportunities over ,000. Government buyers are able to publicize their business opportunities by posting information directly to FedBizOpps via the Internet, and commercial vendors seeking federal markets for their products and services can search, monitor, and retrieve opportunities solicited by all federal agencies.