Business Plan

For your practice to get off the ground and prosper, you need a business plan - a blueprint and communication tool for your business. Look at it as the roadmap that tells you and the world how you expect your practice to achieve its stated objectives. And, as any banker will tell you, a detailed business plan is critical if you need to obtain funding for your practice.

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