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Writing Winning Business Plans

by Garrett Sutton, Esq

This book will teach you how to:

  • Attract the funding you need
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses
  • Deal with competition
  • Understand your financials
  • Use your plan in competitions around the world


Rich Dad/Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says, “The first step in business is a great business plan. It must be a page turner that hooks and holds a potential investor. Garrett Sutton’s Writing Winning Business Plans is THE BOOK for key strategies on preparing winning plans for both business and real estate ventures.”

Crisply written and featuring real life illustrative stories, Writing Winning Business Plans discusses all the key elements for a successful plan. Topics include clarifying your business vision, understanding your financials and analyzing your competition. Also covered are how to wisely use your business plan as a tool and how to attract funding for your new or existing businesses. To write a winning business plan requires reading Garrett Sutton’s dynamic book on the topic. Writing Winning Business Plans provides the insights and direction on how to do it right.

As business plan competitions become more popular around the world Writing Winning Business Plans also discusses how to enter and how to win these ever more lucrative contests. In addition, how to quickly interest a potential investor, also known as the elevator pitch, is explained. And, as opportunities arise around the world, how to present your plan in various countries is explored.

Writing Winning Business Plans is the complete compendium for this essential entrepreneurial rite of passage – preparing a winning business plan.

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Praise for Writing Winning Business Plans

“Business owners at every stage of their endeavor should consider reading Writing Winning Business Plans – to bone up on business basics, learn how to write a business plan, and, equally important, to remind themselves of how close they’ve adhered to or how far they’ve come from their original vision.” Blueink Review