Cessez de rêver et amorcez la planification d'entreprise en rédigeant un court plan d'affaires

31 juillet 2017 - Balises : Planification

Rédiger un plan d'affaires est une étape importante dans le démarrage d'une entreprise. On peut assimiler un plan d'affaires à un document long et volumineux. La perspective de tout ce travail vous décourage peut-être? Cela ne devrait pas vous empêcher de créer votre entreprise. Il existe des solutions de rechange aux plans d'affaires traditionnels.

Un plan d'affaires peut être aussi court qu'une page ou peut même prendre une forme plus visuelle, comme un graphique. Le plans d'affaires peuvent varier selon l'objectif qu'ils visent à atteindre, mais ils contiennent beaucoup de renseignements similaires. Ce qui est important, c'est qu'ils contiennent des renseignements essentiels à un plan d'affaires. Veillez à l'utilité de votre plan. Voici quelques renseignements pertinents qu'il pourrait comprendre.

  • Une vision claire. Ce que vous ferez et en quoi vous vous distinguerez de vos concurrents. Quelle proposition de valeur votre entreprise offre-t-elle?
  • Une mission. Donnez une idée de ce à quoi ressemble votre entreprise quand elle est opérationnelle. Une fois mis en œuvre, quelle apparence aura votre modèle de gestion?
  • Des objectifs. Il doit s'agir de réalisations mesurables qui sont en harmonie avec votre mission et qui vous rapprochent de votre vision.
  • Une stratégie. Il peut s'agir à la fois d'une feuille de route vers la réalisation de vos objectifs et d'un document pour faire le point sur votre situation. Quels sont vos marchés cibles, ressources, coûts et recettes? Comment vous y prenez-vous pour joindre vos clients et partenaires? Que faut-il améliorer?

Il n'est pas nécessaire que vos réponses soient longues, mais elles doivent être bien pesées. Aussi, un plan d'affaires, long ou court, est un document en perpétuelle évolution; on doit l'adapter à mesure que la situation change.

Les plans d'affaires plus courts peuvent être utiles pour planifier et présenter votre entreprise. Toutefois, ils ne sont pas toujours opportuns. Par exemple, si vous vous adressez à des investisseurs ou à un responsable des prêts, ils pourraient vous demander un plan d'affaires traditionnel également. Ils voudront obtenir plus de détails afin de s'assurer que vous avez tenu compte des difficultés qui pourraient survenir pendant le démarrage de votre entreprise.

Il n'est pas nécessaire de commencer par rédiger un plan d'affaires traditionnel. Vous pouvez commencer par un plan abrégé, ce qui vous permettra de réfléchir aux défis que doit relever votre entreprise et de constater si vos idées seront rentables. Une fois votre entreprise créée, votre plan vous aidera à rester organisé et concentré, ainsi qu'à déterminer quelles seront les prochaines étapes à franchir.


Commentaires

Par Canada.ca le 23 août 2017
Hello Neil.

Thank you for contacting Canada Business. We are a government organization that helps entrepreneurs start or grow their business in Canada.

The following resources will help you get started with your business plan:
Writing your business plan
Sample business plans and templates
Business planning FAQs

You can find business advising, coaching, and mentoring services in your area with the help of our Networking search tool. Small Business BC, the Canada Business Centre in Vancouver, provides business advisory services such as business plan consulting and review. You can contact Small Business BC directly and by phone at 1-604-775-5525.

If you have further questions about starting or growing your business in Canada, please contact us for assistance.
Par Neil le 22 août 2017
I am a former U.S. Public Accountant and International Management Consultant. I received Funding, twice, from the Canadian International Development Agency (Private Partnership Branch) for overseas Projects. I am now in Phase Three of that process and want to set up a "Canada Business Development Centre" and "Asia Travel Trade and Investment Centre" in Sri Lanka and in Vancouver. I need some assistance with preparing my Business Plan. I was told that I do not qualify for assistance under the FuturPreneur Program. Thank you!
Par Canada.ca le 22 août 2017
Hello Vicki,

Thank you for contacting Canada Business. We are always happy to help you with questions about starting or growing your business in Canada.

You can find out more about business financing matters on our page Sources of private sector financing. Also note that you can use our program search tool to look for financial assistance, as well as other government services, based on your goals,
your industry, and location. You can refine your search by using the left-hand menu, or by modifying the settings at the top of any page.

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Business planning
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If you have further questions about starting or growing your business in Alberta, or elsewhere in Canada, please contact us for assistance.

Good luck with your new venture!
Par Vicki le 21 août 2017
Hello,
I am thinking about starting a business in Central Alberta. It would consist of bulk tea and coffee along with accessories for both for retail sale. I have started to research for my business plan to take to my bank for a small business loan. Does one need to have their own investment to qualify for a small business loan? It would be a sole proprietor business.
Thank you for your time.
Par Canada.ca le 17 août 2017
Hello Danny,

Thank you for contacting Canada Business. We are always happy to help you with questions about starting or growing your business in Canada.

You can use our program search tool to look for financial assistance, as well as other government services, based on your goals, your industry, your location, and more. You can refine your search by using the left-hand menu, or the settings at the top of any page.

Our page "Financing your new business" offers a variety of government and non-government financing options that can help you get your business off the ground.

If you have further questions about starting or growing your business in Canada, please contact us for assistance.

Good luck with your new venture!
Par Danny le 17 août 2017
Like to get funding for starting a business
Par Canada.ca le 14 août 2017
Hi Shauna,

Thank you for contacting Canada Business. We are always happy to help you with questions about starting or growing your business in Canada.

If you're thinking of hiring your first employee, you might want to read our blog article, "Are you ready to take on employees?" to learn the steps you need to take and some of the things you might want to consider before putting the wheels in motion.

It is important to understand your obligations and responsibilities as an employer. These obligations include things like ensuring the health and safety of your employee(s) while they are at work, and following standards when it comes to recruiting and hiring. Learn more on our Hiring employees page and our Employment standards page.

Our page "Employees, payroll, and taxes has information that can help you learn how to deduct Canada Pension Plan contributions, Employment Insurance (EI) premiums and income tax from your employees' pay, and report it to the Canada Revenue Agency.

If you don't already have bonding insurance, you may want to consider it before taking on an employee. A bond is a form of insurance that protects your business against potential losses caused by internal fraud, theft, or incompetence. If any of your employees make a mistake that results in losses for your clients, restitution for damages is paid by your insurance company. Learn more about the different types of bonding insurance, and insurance for your small business in general.

If you have further questions about starting or growing your business in Canada, please contact us for assistance.
Par Shauna le 14 août 2017
Hello I have Ben working for about 8 yeas cleaning houses and now I am at the point of needing a helper I will need help to get that started I don't know how to pay them taxes can you help me and to let me know if I need insurance thanks
Par Canada.ca le 14 août 2017
Hello Mark,

Thank you for contacting Canada Business. We are always happy to help you with questions about starting or growing your business in Canada.

Our guest blog article, "Get financing for your intellectual property (IP)" offers many suggestions for obtaining financial assistance with new ideas, as well as leveraging your existing IP for a loan. You can use your protected IP to generate funds or obtain credit for other activities within your business. Learn more by visiting the page Financing for your intellectual property.

You can use our program search tool to look for financial assistance, as well as other government services, based on your goals, your industry, your location, and more. You can refine your search by using the left-hand menu, or the settings at the top of any page.

If you have not already done so, you may want to try to fast-track your patent application by joining the Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) program. Once your patent claim has been approved in one participating country, you can request a corresponding claim in another participating country, at no extra cost to you.

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If you have further questions about starting or growing your business in Canada, please contact us for assistance.
Par Mark le 12 août 2017
Hello,

I have an invention patented with WIPO in Geneva published in May 2016. Now 148 countries want their application, search, and translation fees before the time limit.
Will the government assist me with some of these fees so I can collect the royalties and spread the idea to the countries which will help me find investors and deals with various companies? I can send a short business plan to show what I will do with money from the royalties to benefit Canada.
Let me know if you want the link to my publication.
Thank you.
Par Canada.ca le 1 août 2017
Hello Michael,

Thank you for contacting Canada Business. We are a government organization that helps entrepreneurs start or grow their business in Canada.

You can use the Networking search tool to find business coaching and mentoring services in Ontario. Many of these services are provided at no cost.

You can also use the program search tool to see if there are funding programs that meet your criteria. You may want to refine your search by choosing the type of program. You can also use this tool to find non-financing programs.

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If you haven’t yet done so, be sure to consider market research as it can help you determine the size of your market and the extent of your competition.

For more information on starting and planning a business, you can consult our website section Starting a business.

If you have questions about starting or growing your business in Canada, please contact us for assistance.

Thank you and good luck with your next steps.
Par Michael le 31 juillet 2017
Hello,
For about 2 years now, I dream to open a martial arts club - Teaching Taekwondo. I read about how the start and has created a business idea/plan.
What I need now is a coach/a mentor. I heard that ESDC has a program that offer FREE coaching and consultation. Where do I find this info and how do I get access to this progra.

I live in Rockland Ontario Canada.

Please advise asap
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