Evaluating a Business Plan

Evaluating a Business Plan
Corporate Finance Institute (CFI) on-demand courses are designed for finance professionals and industry practitioners who want to master the art of corporate finance. The courses move through three levels of mastery for anyone looking to be an expert in financial modeling, valuation, and financial analysis. Participants typically include professionals in entry to mid-level positions in financial planning and analysis (FP&A), corporate development, treasury, investor relations, and capital markets. All participants are automatically issued certificates of completion after successfully finishing each course.


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In the Evaluating a Business Plan course, we will provide key insights into the business plan development process and let students practice by working through a practical case study.

The course will start by sharing an overview of the components which make up a business plan, prior to delving into each element. At the end of each module, students will have the ability to work through the relevant section of the case to further hone their knowledge of the topic. 

The various modules look at the development of business plan cover pages, executive summaries, company descriptions, management and operations (including management profiles and organizational charts), services or product lines, market analyses (including the competitive landscape, and SWOT/PESTEL analyses), marketing and sales, financial management and projections (including key financial ratios), and appendices. 

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    Upon completing this course, you will be able to: 

    • Understand how to develop a business plan
    • Perform qualitative and quantitative analysis
    • Explain crucial business plan concepts
    • Learn how to evaluate the business plan of a company (case study)
    CPD- 3 Hours
    When
    4/1/2022 - 3/31/2023 11:59 PM
    Where
    On-demand