This article was published on May 22, 2019

This business school prof is sharing his business plan course for just $14

This business school prof is sharing his business plan course for just $14
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The best business plans aren’t necessarily ideas that get off the ground the fastest. The best foundations for a truly scalable business are ones built to account for exponential growth. If you can ramp up production by 100, 200, 300 percent, all without similarly escalating costs, you’ve got a business that could really catch fire.

For all the emerging entrepreneurs out there, there’s actually a detailed 13-step guide to creating an impactful startup business plan from scratch. You can pick up that game plan for yourself, all with an award-winning professor as your guide, in The Complete Business Plan in One Course ft. Chris Haroun. It’s on sale now for over 90 percent off, just $14.

If you don’t know Chris Haroun, his resume speaks for itself. He’s a Columbia grad, former Goldman Sachs venture capitalist and college instructor who not only has walked the walk, but can also talk the talk, explaining all the ins and outs of starting a business that can actually succeed.

Across eight hours of instruction, Haroun teaches students how to build a sound business plan, earning investors, assembling a management team and workforce, refining and marketing a product and setting and reaching key milestone goals.

The course also comes with 50 different business plan templates as well as 25 presentation layouts to help you craft a professional, attention-grabbing document of your business vision.

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