Posted by: petibec | 28 April, 2009


1. Focus on providing a summary.
2. Keep your language strong and positive.
3. The executive summary should be no more than two pages long.
4. Polish your executive summary.
5. Tailor the executive summary of your business plan to your audience.
6. Put yourself in your readers’ place… and read your executive summary again.
7. Remember, the executive summary of the business plan will be the first thing the readers of the business plan read. If your business plan’s executive summary is poorly written, it will also be the last, as they set the rest of your business plan aside unread!


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