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5.0 out of 5 stars good starting point
Great book on the basics of writing a professional business plan for any small company. For anyone who's starting a business for the first time or is sitting down to write his or her first business plan, this is among the most useful books to turn to. The chapters for the most part walk the reader through the various section of the business plan and there are examples of...
Published on Jan. 9 2001 by Jeffrey L. Seglin

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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but rather simple.
Good ideas, well organized, but a bit simple. If you want to start something more complex than a simple "mom & pop feel" type business you need go elsewhere.
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5.0 out of 5 stars good starting point, Jan. 9 2001
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Jeffrey L. Seglin "Seglin" (Boston, MA USA) - See all my reviews
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Great book on the basics of writing a professional business plan for any small company. For anyone who's starting a business for the first time or is sitting down to write his or her first business plan, this is among the most useful books to turn to. The chapters for the most part walk the reader through the various section of the business plan and there are examples of actual plans following the author's guide in the appendixes to the book. There are also worksheets and a useful glossary. The writing is clear and a good starting point.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Resource for Experienced and New Businesses, Oct. 26 2000
Veteran business owners and new entrepreneurs can derive immediate benefit from Anatomy of a Business Plan. It is THE book to get your fast-growing venture or franchise on track, and to secure significant financial rewards. Anatomy presents the strategy and elements of a Business Plan to guide both product and service-oriented companies,from major organizations to small partnerships. The financials in this book are the most comprehensive I have seen. If you're looking for the template to take to the bank for a loan, or seeking a management tool, Anatomy is the key.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but rather simple., June 9 2000
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Good ideas, well organized, but a bit simple. If you want to start something more complex than a simple "mom & pop feel" type business you need go elsewhere.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A very clear, very "reader friendly", step-by-step guide., April 5 2000
There are numerous books on business plans on the market, but Linda Pinson and Jerry Jinnett's Anatomy Of A Business Plan is one of the clearest: it provides a step-by-step guide to writing the plan and building the business, and appears here in its 4th edition to provide all the details in building - and changing - a business plan.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good, helpful read, Nov. 24 1999
I found this book to helpful for my Internet startup business. I would highly recommend it over other so-called "high-tech" business plan books. Well done!
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