- University of Guam
- U.S. Small Business Administration
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Pitch Then Plan
Pitch Then Plan™ is a business planning technique that quickly translates business ideas into business plans. The goal is to clarify the business plan for the founder, resulting in a brief and simple summarization of the things that matter most. The technique is broken into three phases:
The Pitch: Framing The Idea
First, compile a specific set of 10 aspects to solidify your pitch, covering the essentials of the business and how it will operate.
The Plan: Doing Your Homework
Then expand each aspect, developing greater details.
The Numbers: Bringing It All Together
Take the money assumptions from each aspect and create financial projection for the business.