Create custom business plans and final projections with this $20 Upmetrics Business Planner

Create custom business plans and final projections with this $20 Upmetrics Business Planner

If you’ve ever watched Shark Tank, then you know. Not all business plans hold up under scrutiny. In fact, some can’t withstand a strong breeze. Businesses are only as strong as their foundations — and that starts with a solid layout for how that business is built, how it’s sustained and how it’s engineered to grow. And you probably better have a plan in place that investors or other stakeholders can follow as well.

Upmetrics can help you get that polished business plan knocked out in no time, and with a lifetime of access discounted right now to only $20 with promo code ‘GREENMONDAY20’ from TNW Deals, it’s the perfect time to give your big business idea the structure it demands.

Once you start using Upmetrics business plan editor, you’ll sort through a variety of finished templates that can immediately add some legitimacy to your proposal. Then, feed in your accounting and financial metrics (Upmetrics even works in tandem with apps like XERO and Quickbooks) so you can assemble summaries and forecasts to actually chart the development of the business.

With Upmetrics, you can show the specifics of your cashflow, including sales, operating expenses and more, with the reports generator, then share those findings instantly with partners and other collaborators.

And since you’ve probably got multiple ideas for new ventures, you can also use Upmetric’s pinboard to keep all your business notes organized in a constant state of development, just waiting for the right time to roll out your next business success.

With this lifetime subscription, you’ll be ready to generate a professional, elite-level business plan whenever inspiration hits. The unlimited Upmetrics plan usually costs about $900, but with this limited time deal, it’s just $20 before the offer runs out with promo code: GREENMONDAY20. 

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