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Way back in commerce educate we had to churn out big business plans every semester. As soon as the assignment would drop we would be scrambling for information. Start the amount crunching game, do the analysis, do some mental planning, and write commerce plans.

Then we graduated and got jobs. But, we still have to write commerce plans.

I came crossways a album called Business Plans from 'Business-planning-4-you' a few weeks ago. The title immovable my eye as I wondered who would be bountiful away affair plans and how many? How would they administer the add up to of industries? I hunted to find out more.

- It seems that they have over 1500 readymade affair plans in their database.

- Covers a wide range of industries: from Abattoir Affair Plan to Zen Practitioner Affair Plan.

- The cost is $50 as of this writing. That makes it 3 cents per affair plan (50/1500 = 0. 03).

- They offer about 24 extra bonuses

I know I would be happy with the big business plan templates that I could adapt and add my own thoughts. I think it would be like minute soup. You have bought the basic ingredient, but you still need to bestow a diminutive bit more like hot water and a bowl.

Though I haven't tried the assembly for my part it looks quite good. I think this would be convenient if you are in commerce school, early part of your career, or even a hardened affair man venturing into new areas.

Till next week and all the best with your big business planning!

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