Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) February 08, 2013
The Company Corporation®, the leader in helping small businesses incorporate and form limited liability companies (LLCs), is proud to announce the start of its first-ever Business Plan Contest.
Open to participants from around the country, the Business Plan Contest encourages would-be entrepreneurs to grow their ideas into start-up and early-stage businesses.
“Business plans are one of the best ways for entrepreneurs to translate their passion into reality,” says David Gilardi, general manager of The Corporation Company. “Not only does a good business plan help attract and persuade investors, it provides a solid template for moving a start-up from vision to success.”
To win, entrants should write a one-page business plan executive summary and send it to The Company Corporation no later than March 31, 2013. Entries will be judged by a panel of The Company Corporation's Small Business Specialists. The contestant who submits the most thought-provoking and well-reasoned business plan executive summary will bring home a $1,000 cash award.
“At The Company Corporation, we’re in the business of helping companies grow and thrive,” says Gilardi. “We’re thrilled to offer this chance for entrepreneurs to get their ideas down on paper and maybe even win big in the process.”
For complete details and rules, visit https://www.incorporate.com/business_plan_contest.html.
About The Company Corporation
With more than 500,000 businesses formed, The Company Corporation® provides affordable incorporation services to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide. In addition to filing corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, The Company Corporation offers a wide range of products and services, including license and permit assistance, corporate kits, business education books, certificates of good standing, Registered Agent services, and business start-up services. Based in Delaware, The Company Corporation serves small business owners nationwide through its websites, http://www.incorporate.com and http://www.llc.com.