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WHY SBXC Gameplan?

Whether you are starting a small business or exploring ways to expand an existing one, a business plan is a crucial tool to help guide your business decisions. Think of a business plan as a roadmap to success, providing greater clarity on all aspects of your business, from marketing and finance to operations and investments. Whereas, budgeting articulates the business plan into quantifiable figures. It assists with both planning and control of the finances of the business, enables the business to meet its objectives, and makes sure that the business has the funds to finance its projects.

  1. Performance Planning & Evaluation
    Budgeting helps managers translate the abstract business plan into quantitative numbers and assist them in allocating resources to make the plans happen. A budget provides essential information for operating within the budget, managing unexpected challenges, and turning a profit. A well-written budget will identify the available capital, estimate expenditures, and anticipate revenues. Furthermore, budgeting also enables variance analysis, a powerful technique to assess and control ex-post performance.

  2. Risk Management
    Every organization faces the risk of unexpected, harmful events that can cost the company money or cause it to permanently close. Risk management allows organizations to prepare for the unexpected by creating contingencies to minimize risks and extra costs before they happen. Hence, as planning and budgeting involve forecasting the uncertain future, risk management is an integral part of any business plan and budget report.

  3. Facilitates Fundraising
    Fundraising activities can determine the future of your organization. A strong fundraising effort can secure adequate funds to finance all of your business activities. Whereas,  a poor fundraising performance can drain money and threaten the very survival of your organization. A thoroughly written business plan and budget report help justify the amount of capital needed, articulate where the fund raised shall be spent, and what is expected amount of returns can investors reasonably anticipate. Most importantly, a well-written business plan and budget report signals conviction and inspires confidence in your investors.

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SBXC Gameplan is designed for internal stakeholders, such as business owners and managers seeking to write a detailed business plan and budget for the purposes of performance planning and fundraising. The following are what you can expect in a typical SBXC Gameplan report.


  1. Business Plan
    A business plan is more than a document. It's a guide that helps you outline and achieve your goals. The business plan clearly articulates to investors and employees where the company is currently and what it aims to become in the future. It contains a detailed write-up of the grand strategy and details how the organization aims to achieve its business objectives using smaller and more actionable plans.

  2. Operating and Capital Budgets
    A budget is a financial plan for a defined period, often one year. It includes planned sales volumes and revenues, resource quantities, costs and expenses, assets, liabilities, and cash flows. Budgets help quantify the business plan into financial figures and allow for performance planning, control, and the allocation of corporate resources to make the plans happen. The corresponding cash schedules help determine the level of funding required for the proposed scale of operations and facilitate the firm's liquidity management efforts.

  3. Proforma Statements
    Proforma financial statements are financial reports issued by the business using assumptions or hypothetical conditions about events that are expected to occur in the future, using inputs from the respective operating and capital budgets. The proforma statement is important as it talks the same language as your investors and serves to inform them of the firm's sales, earnings, cash flows, liquidity, and solvency forecasts.

  4. Financial Analysis
    Financial analysis refers to an assessment of the financial viability and profitability of a business using ratios and other techniques. Financial analysis will be carried on the firm's past and expected financial performance based on the information found in the proforma statements.

  5. ESG and Risk Management
    Every organization faces the risk of unexpected, harmful events that can cost the company money or cause it to permanently close. Risk management allows organizations to prepare for the unexpected by creating contingencies to minimize risks and extra costs before they happen. As budgeting is about making projections, and things might not pan out as anticipated, risk management serves to highlight the various risk factors and prepare for contingencies. Additionally, ESG issues will also be addressed in the risk management report.

  6. Internal Controls (Optional Add-On)
    Internal controls are the mechanisms and procedures implemented by a company to ensure the integrity of financial and accounting information, promote accountability, and prevent fraud. Besides complying with prevailing laws and regulations and preventing employees from committing fraud, internal controls can help improve the accuracy and timeliness of financial reporting. As it helps safeguard assets bought using investor's monies, a well-written internal control report will inspire investor's confidence and add further conviction,

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Our training programs are designed to equip participants with the expertise to succeed in financial planning and analysis. Learn more about what SBXC Academy can offer.