Planning for your business is one of the most valuable activities you can undertake. A good business plan gives you a sense of control over the future of your business. These free business planning apps for iPhone and iPad from business.gov.au provide templates to help you get started.
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Developing a business plan is one of the most valuable activities you can undertake. A good business plan can provide a roadmap for success, give you a sense of control and is essential to attract funding. MyBizPlan is a free, interactive tool that steps you through the process of creating a solid, well-structured plan, tailored to your business. Plan for your business success – download MyBizPlan now.
A successful marketing plan can help you reach your target market, boost your customer base and, ultimately, increase your bottom line. It also helps you develop products and services that meet the needs of your target market. MarketMyBiz is a free interactive tool that steps you through the process of creating a solid, well-structured marketing plan, tailored to your business. Plan for your business success – download MarketMyBiz now.
Having an emergency management and recovery plan can help your business recover from unpredictable situations. MyBizShield is a free, interactive tool that steps you through the process of creating a solid, well-structured emergency management plan, tailored to your business. Protect your business from emergencies – download MyBizShield now.
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