Ideas vs Execution
The best ideas don’t come from reason but from a lucid and visionary crazy dream. But today, dreaming or having a unique idea is not enough: one has to be able to bring it to life. Visionaries, innovators and those who love a challenge create new ideas. But only entrepreneurial “managers” can put them into practice, successfully designing and implementing innovative business models.
This is exactly why B−PLANNOW came to life: to educate on business, to turn dreams into reality, chaos into organised action; to seize opportunities and bring visions and market together through a business plan that is clear, well-defined and well-conceived from the very beginning. Business model analysis, company setup, production of the business plan, creation of the corporate identity and search for funding: these are some of the services that B−PLANNOW offers to successfully turn an idea into a tangible reality in today’s world.
Our work process
B-Plannow Startup Process
Startups that fail the first year
Incorrect marketing management
Managerial skills are lacking
Taking your idea “out of the building“, devising an innovative business model, getting the right capital, and most importantly becoming a marketplace scaleup, takes a lot of commitment and resources. As a startupper, you need to know how to avoid failure. As a manager, you need to know how to identify and take new “directions” as and when required. But to successfully turn your dreams into reality, you must follow the right process from the very beginning. In today’s climate, only two out of a thousand startups are successful in securing venture capital. And out of ten of these, at least nine fail due to lack of basic knowledge before getting their product to market. The starting journey is bumpy. However, correct planning of the various steps can make it easier and much more enjoyable. B-PLANNOW makes its “startup process” available to you so that you can succeed in your business.
Being full of enthusiasm, resources and energy and deciding to launch a startup is a great challenge. Arming yourself with dreams and willingness can be the right initial push, but it is definitely not enough! The business model is the key factor that can guide you to success! It provides the strategic logic that makes it possible for you to maximize your profits, and the sooner it is implemented, the sooner your startup has a chance to climb to the top; below you will find out what it is, what it is for, why it is important and above all who to contact for the best business model for your startup.
Establishment of a company and startup
Before establishing your startup it is essential to know the regulatory framework in which you will operate and to follow some tips for success; below you will find out how to set it up, what type of company to choose, the costs, the fulfillments, the requirements and above all who to contact to receive the best advice for starting up your business and getting off on the right foot.
Elevator Pitch and Pitch Deck
Knowing how to present a startup to investors is fundamental for your success. It doesn’t matter how innovative, well thought-out, or potentially profitable your idea is; if you fail to attract capital your startup will gradually face serious difficulties. Of course, the collection features a unique set of challenges that you will have to contend with; in fact, potential business angel, club deals or venture capitalists won’t believe only in your incurable optimism; on the contrary you will have to show them that investing in your idea will be a good return on investment; below you will find out what it is, what it is for, why it is important and above all who to turn to for the best startup pitch.
Should you spend some time developing a business plan for your startup or just dive right in and start figuring things out along the way? This is a question that you will have asked yourself at least once at the beginning of your journey. Business plans are like road maps – it is possible to travel without them, but that will only increase the chances of getting lost along the way or at worst, having an accident. Therefore, they represent small life insurance policies; below you will find out what it is, why it is important, how much it costs, and above all who to contact for the best startup business plan.
From the very beginning, creating a startup is an exciting whirlwind involving emotion and reason; in fact, your heart beats wildly when you think about your idea and your business model and your mind roams freely thinking about all of your future opportunities.
But the real challenge begins once you try to face the market.
You may feel a bit frustrated when you realize you have created something fantastic, but you are not be able to make the audience fall in love with it and consequently, you will have to make some new considerations along the way so that you can find out what went wrong. Marketing often gets blamed, but the problem lies in the wrong corporate brand identity. Below you will find out what that is, why it is important and above all who to contact for the best corporate identity for your startup.
Every startupper lives on the conviction of making informed decisions and making smart investments, but the reality is very different: about 75% of startups fail within the first year of life and the e-commerce world is exasperating this with a rate of 90% failure. Opening an online store is easy, but making it really work and making it profitable is another matter. The development of an online shop, whether it is proprietary and/or on a marketplace, in fact, foresees a detailed feasibility study: from the analysis of the business model to the choice of the technological infrastructure, from customer care to marketing, from logistics to optimization. So how do you create a successful store? Below you will find out how and above all who to contact to create the best e-commerce for your startup.
If your startup deals with blockchains, cryptocurrencies, or tokens and you need funding, the white paper is the fundamental document that you will need to produce and subject to a thorough examination by its adopters and potential investors; below you will find out what it is, how to draw it up and above all who to contact for the best white paper for your startup.
Work for equity
Your startup, as you well know, has to face great challenges every day to be able to create an optimal business model and stay afloat in the market. Success is often determined by the presence of loyal and enthusiastic founders and employees, who give their best day after day. But that’s not enough! To make the leap in quality, it is also essential to take advantage of qualified professional services, albeit often very expensive for those who are at the beginning. So why not consider adopting an alternative way of company capitalization, based on the enhancement of the work of partners or collaborators? Below you will find out what it is, how it works and above all who to contact to find the best advice for your startup in work for equity.
You have already developed a minimum viable product (MVP) or at least a prototype for your million-dollar idea and you have validated your . Now all you need is money to bring it to market and start scaling up. How do you find startup funds in order to set out? What capital to choose? Who can help you? Below you will find out how to find capital, what capital to choose and above all with whom to find the right financing for your startup.
If you are at this point, it is probably because you have managed to reach a very important milestone in the process of the conception of your startup: the validation of the business model. Now, in addition to execution, it becomes essential to find the necessary funds to continue the business and make it scale up. At this stage, you must also consider whether, in addition to financing, your startup may also need the guidance of an expert who can follow it during the crucial stages of growth; below you will find out what it is, why it is important and above all who to contact to find the right business angel for your startup.
Getting your startup off the ground is not easy. It is all too common to hear of companies with great potential going miserably bankrupt in a short time. Despite innovative ideas and a capable and prepared work team, many of these realities fail to see the light. Do you know why? For lack of a good marketing and communication plan studied in detail; below you will find out what it is, how it is structured, what it is for, and above all who to contact for the best marketing plan for your startup.
Do you know what many successful startuppers have in common? The close relationship with a startup mentor. Warren Buffet was a mentor to Bill Gates, Steve Jobs to Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Campbell to Steve Jobs. Why is having a mentor so important when it comes to making your startup grow? In business, the line between success and failure is often very thin; therefore, the more you learn from those who have been on both sides of that line before you, the better your chances of staying on the right side of it. Below you will find out what this figure is, what he/she does, why he/she is important and above all who to contact to find the best mentor for your startup.