US Business Plan Writers (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
Wise Answers: 'How to write an executive summary?'
"An executive summary is a chance to really think through the reasons why you personally value your concept and why you are the right person to guide it to fruition," said Joseph Ferriolo, director of Wise Business Plans, which provides individualized, custom-designed business plans for startups and expanding businesses. "You don't want to throw away the chance to make a strong, positive impression and get investors on board with your plan from the very beginning."
In addition to a basic overview of the company concept and the qualifications of the executive team, the executive summary should touch on the sections of information included, providing a preview of the highlights of the plan. It should serve as an introduction not only to you but to the due diligence evident in your planning process.
"Investors should be able to read your executive summary and feel like they have a general understanding of your business concept, your abilities and the kind of information they'll find inside the plan," Ferriolo said. "This is your chance to draw them in and make them want to know more."
Ferriolo said Wise helps clients remember to write with conviction and consider their audience.
"You're approaching someone who is outside looking in and inviting them to come inside and be a part of your business," he said. "In order for that to work, you have to make them want to accept your invitation, so write from the heart and make your executive summary count."
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