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Development of a Business Plan for an Entrepreneurial Project

Student: Nikolay Arkhipov

Supervisor: Mikhail G. Nazarov

Faculty: Faculty of Management

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

This project is intended to cover the major issues of business planning. The problem of the research is based on the statement that today CEO’s of many organizations don't think that it is necessary to be engaged business in planning of each administrative decision for finding of more favorable way of development of business. The research is focused on the theoretical approaches of such scientists as: Hoffren, Osterwalder, Blank, Vitalle. The goal of this research is going to be achieved by means of the analysis of already existing approaches to business to planning, a method of forecasting and a matrix of decision-making, and also a method of an expert assessment. Moreover, the results of this study are anticipated to estimate approaches to writing of the business plan and to make the management solution.

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