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Online tool helps young entrepreneurs with business plan
Need a business plan?
In celebration of Small Business Week, the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) is updating its online business resource centre with a new tool to help young entrepreneurs with their business plan.
The Business Plan Writer is designed to complement CYBF’s application process, which aims to ensure more Canadians can benefit from CYBF’s program of start-up financing and mentoring in a straightforward, user-friendly way.
The plan writer includes Business Planning Crash Courses; interactive learning modules that provide in-depth, self-guided learning on each major section of the business plan, and other key topics.
The courses cover the Company Profile, Market Research, Marketing, and Operations and are expected to appeal to various learning styles with the goal of creating a more robust business plan.
“The Business Resource Centre represents our continuing commitment to providing online, no-cost resources that answer the questions that entrepreneurs ask at all stages of their businesses. We are constantly updating, innovating and adding tools that actually help entrepreneurs succeed,” said Julia Deans, chief executive officer for CYBF.
The Business Resource Centre was developed with $500,000 funding from BMO Financial Group and will continue to be enhanced over the next several years.
“BMO is proud to support Canada’s young entrepreneurs and believes that tools such as those offered by the CYBF Business Resource Centre are vital to the development and success of tomorrow’s small business community,” said Steve Murphy, senior vice president, BMO Bank of Montreal.
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