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Your Roadmap to Success - How to Create a Business Plan
Recorded Webinar (online)
Black owned business owner, woman business owner, business plan
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About the event

The first step to starting a business is just the same as starting anything else. It begins with creating a plan. But what is a business plan, what does it need to include and why is it so important to create one?

Jania Bailey, CEO of FranNet has helped thousands of people make the leap from Employee to Entrepreneur. In this webinar, Jania will show you how to approach your business plan and how to build it.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why it's essential to have a business plan
  • We will cover the necessary information for an effective Business Plan
  • Who will request to see the Business Plan
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FranNet

FranNet assists individuals with the entire franchise process – from franchising an existing business to purchasing or selling a franchise. FranNet is committed to providing continuous marketing, business and operational support so that they may be looked upon as the most knowledgeable, professional and successful franchise consultants in the industry.

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About the presenters
Jania Bailey
Jania Bailey, CFE, is the CEO of FranNet, the most respected voice in the franchise consultant industry in North America. Bailey has more than 30 years of experience in the banking and franchise industries. Bailey served for 6 years on the Executive Board of Directors for the International Franchise Association (IFA) and currently serves as Chair of the IFA Membership Committee.
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