Definition of 'business plan'
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The first step was to write a business plan. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That needs to come before learning to write business plans. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It helped him to write a business plan and to secure a loan of 28,000 to buy two cars. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The website will pool the information, adding advice about how to write business plans and turn an idea into reality. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Your ambitions chart is switched on and your ideas will be bigger and bolder but it is the smart business plan you write that surprises people. The Sun (2014)You don't have to go to business school to write a business plan but you'll learn how to write a really good one. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'business plan'
British English: business plan NOUN
A business plan is a detailed plan for setting up or developing a business, especially one that is written in order to borrow money.
She learned how to write a business plan for the catering business she wanted to launch.
- American English: business plan
- Brazilian Portuguese: plano de negócios
- Chinese: 企划书
- European Spanish: plan de empresa
- French: plan d'entreprise
- German: Geschäftsplan
- Italian: piano di sviluppo di un'attività
- Japanese: 経営計画
- Korean: 사업 계획
- European Portuguese: plano de negócios
- Spanish: plan de empresa
Definition of business plan from the Collins English Dictionary
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