BPD3100 Applied Business Challenge and Business Goals


This Business Plan Guide and the accompanying Business Plan Template have been developed by business.gov.au, the Australian Government’s principal business resource, located within the Department of Industry. 
Is your idea feasible? Before you get started, find out if there is a demand for your products or services. It’s also useful to find out who your competitors are and whether the market can sustain your business.
Researching all aspects of your business idea will involve gathering, analysing and evaluating information to help you write your business goals. Some questions to consider are:
What product/service will you provide?
Is your idea viable?
How will you protect your ideas?
Is there a market for your product/service?
What skills do you need?
Who are your competitors?
What difference will you bring to the market?
Do you have the financial capacity to start a business?
Are you ready to venture into business? Operating a small business is not just about working for yourself, it’s also about having the necessary management skills, industry expertise, technical skills, finance and of course a long-term vision to grow and succeed. 
At the outset it’s important to consider whether you really understand what’s involved and whether you’re suited to business and self employment. Examine these questions:
Why are you starting a business?
What are your business and personal goals?
What are your skills?
What income do you need to generate?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of starting your own business?
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