An earth works business plan is key to starting a new, expanding your current, or buying an existing earth works business. Earthworks are undertaken to create areas of level land that can be used for living, business and recreation, and the required gradients for paths and roads that enable people to get from place to place. Earthworks are integral to the construction of foundations and buildings.
The government’s ongoing plan that targets to invest more billions of Rands in the infrastructure sends positive signals on the future of the industry. This plan has made prominent building companies in South Africa to pledge their dedication and commit to efficiency in delivery in projects.
Whether it is a large multinational corporation planning to expand or a start-up business launching a new product in the market, the importance of a well-executed business plan is vitally important. Our developments are used to secure funding, secure non-repayable business grants, attract team members, managing the business, or merely to create a realistic vision for a business.
Core elements of a solid Earth Works Business Plan include:
Executive summary: This is an overview of your business plan. It is 1 to 2 pages and includes the top management information, the funding or grant amount, the purpose thereof, and business mission.
Company summary: This section lists company ownership, target market, products and services, as well as how it stands out from competitors.
Market analysis summary: This chapter lists the market segments, the target market segment strategy, market needs, and competition and buying patterns.
Strategy and implementation summary: This section covers the competitive edge of the business, sales strategy, and sales forecast.
Management summary: This section depicts the personnel plan of the business and leadership structure.
Financial plan: Includes determining future needs in terms of investment, resources, funds, the sources of funds, and managing or utilising these funds efficiently.
Financial projections: Documents comprising of the management account, income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, cash forecast, break even analysis, loan amortisation schedule, and fixed asset schedule. Charts, ratios, graphs, and calculations are included.
Annexures: Includes supporting documents and information funders require in an application.
At DTC we understand the complexities of the requirements and criteria for a custom and detailed business plan. Whether the document is used to raise funding and/or non-repayable business grants, we guide you through the process. DTC will provide access to our expansive network of funders from across South Africa. These include, to name a few, venture capital companies, private equity companies, angel investors, banks, Government BBBEE initiatives, Silicon Cape investment organisations, rent to own asset funding companies, and crowd funds.
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