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Your features, packaging or other differentiators for your product/service, pricing strategies, discounts, bundles, selling and purchasing locations, advertising, social media and content marketing.
Now, highlight the day-to-day operations, delivery method of products/services, inventory management, key suppliers, operating hours, equipment and software needed and quality control.
What it should be is a living, breathing document you can update and tweak as your operation expands or if you pivot. Not everything will happen as you planned, so if you never change course or pivot, your plan is likely to fail.
Because in business and in life, you have to be prepared to change course if required.
Now you’ll describe your your products and services and packaging as well as the value proposition of your products and services, the need your product or service satisfies, any seasonal demand, the product life cycle and the projected customer experience.
Now, mention the competitive landscape, key industry metrics (gross margins, sales per employee, etc.), drivers of demand for your product or service, industry trends should you consider, consumer demands, products/services, technology and competitors.
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