How to Write a .Com Business Plan The Internet Entrepreneur's Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Business Plans and Financing Options (Paperback)
|Author: Joanne Eglash|
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|A tech entrepreneur shows how to write and pitch a .com business plan geared to the special needs, opportunities, and demands of online businesses. By following two fictional examples--PetFreud.com and mompower.com--readers can ensure they're covering every possible angle as they create their own business plan.|
From the Publisher:
Online business is booming, and you're ready for a|piece of the e-biz pie. Maybe you've developed a|brilliant idea for a ".com" business that is sure to|reap big bucks, or perhaps you run an established|small business, and plan to take your concept online.|How can you convince an investment "angel" to fund|your dreams of expansion? What you need is a business|plan--your path to success, the best way to win|investment dollars from venture capitalists or from|individual investors. |This guide tells you how to do just that, detailing|not just the steps but offering advice from successful|entrepreneurs, leading venture capital executives, and|noted e-biz experts. |In addition, the second-half of the book comprises a|"Dotcom" directory. Author Joanne Eglash has sleuthed|out the top resources for e-biz entrepreneurs, and she|reveals where to find what you need to get your dotcom|off and running -- and to make it a success. You'll|find detailed information on "virtual" government|agencies and free publications, resources for young|entrepreneurs, management and recruitment Web sites,|incubators, marketing and advertising, and even more.Explores the particulars of e-commerce planning and financing, including locating and utilizing venture capital, search engines, site security, implementation, management, and marketing.