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They contain:

  • Market research
  • Step-by-step guides to establishing a business in Kenya
  • Licensing
  • Equipment costs and suppliers
  • raw materials
  • production costs
  • operational costs
  • day-to-day operations
  • Revenue and margins,
  • wholesale and retail prices.
  • Case studies and manpower requirements
  • Capital cost breakdowns
  • Opportunities
  • Competition
  • surviving and thriving.
  • And many more tips and tricks for starting and running a business in Kenya.

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Kenyan Business Plans & Guides (+Pdf)

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  • Bank Agency Business Guide
  • Real Estate Business Guide
  • Bakery Business Guide
  • Road Rescue Business Guide
  • Pleasure Business Guide
  • Medical Imaging Business Guide
  • Auto Garage Business Guide
  • Dry Cleaning Business Guide
  • Animal feeds Business Guide
  • Cleaning Services Business Guide
  • Car Tracking Business Guide
  • Digital Taxi Business Guide
  • E-commerce Website Business
  • Concrete Mixer Business Guide
  • Concrete Blocks Business Guide
  • Private Primary School Business
  • Juice processing and packaging
  • Stationery Importation Business Guide
  • Vehicle Importation Business Guide
  • Mobile Phone Selling Business Guide
  • Refurbished computers Business Guide
  • Perfume reselling Business Guide
  • Matatu Business Guide
  • Boutique Business Guide
  • Security Company Business Guide
  • Oil Transportation Business Guide
  • Cereals Business Guide
  • Milk processing and packaging
  • Biscuit bakery Business Guide
  • Sweets manufacturing Business
  • Baby diapers importation Business
  • Baby diaper contract manufacturing
  • Hotel Business Guide
  • Travel Agency Business Guide
  • Garbage Collection Business
  • Lab equipment selling Business
  • Peanut butter packaging Business
  • Cooking Oil Processing Business
  • Land brokerage Business Guide
  • Youghurt Production Business
  • Tissue paper packaging Business
  • Clearing and Logistics Business
  • Construction company Business

Relevant Books

  1. 200 Most Profitable Business Ideas In Kenya 2017
  2. Agriculture in Kenya & Its Hidden Business Opportunities
  3. Forex Trading For Beginners. Everything You Need To Know To Get Started In Forex Trading
  4. How To Start A Business From The Scratch. Proven Principles For Building Successful Business
  5. How To Win Government & Private Sector Bids, Tenders & Contracts.
  6. How Profitable Is Money Agent Business In Kenya
  7. My Proven Marketing Strategies. How To Get More Clients, Customers, Win More Business And Grow Your Business
  8. Online Business. How To Successfully Start An Online Business For Beginners. All The Do’s And Don’ts of Online Business and Online Entrepreneurship
  9. Profitable Hens Rearing. Step by Step Guide. Learn How To Make Serious Cash From Hens Rearing Agribusiness
  10. Quit Your Job Follow Your Passion & Be Rich. A Five-Step Solution To Quit Your Job And Launch Your Own Business.
  11. Kenyan Sacco Chama Business Explained! Learn How Sacco Business In Kenya Works & How To Profit From Them
  12. The Business World & What School Didn’t Teach You About Business
  13. Import business in Kenya

Why Every Kenyan Start-Up Should Have a Business Plan

We’ve all heard the phrase “sparing the rod is spoiling the child,” right?

The same applies to businesses; businesses that don’t plan won’t last.

Having a business plan will guide your business and allow you to focus on what is important.

This leads us to ask; why every Kenyan start-up should have a business plan.

With all the efforts the Kenyan government is putting in to stimulate the information and technology sector, Kenyan start-ups should now make a move to ensure long-term planning in their business model.

Whether you are an established business or a start-up, having a business plan serves as a constant guide for making strategic decisions that drive your business towards financial success.

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there”

In the words of Albert Einstein, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.”

If you don’t know where your business is going, then all the money in the world won’t help it go anywhere.

A business plan is like a map that shows exactly where your company is and how to get from point A to point B—and beyond!

It’s also like a compass: if it points in the wrong direction or if its needle spins aimlessly around without stopping anywhere for too long, then all the efforts and determinations go to waste.

Because you don’t even know where you’re headed.

Business planning helps clarify objectives by defining what success looks like and by setting goals along with strategies for achieving them.

A good business plan gives entrepreneurs clarity about their vision so they can make informed decisions about their direction as they move forward.

Fewer mistakes, better decisions

A business plan is a set of documents that outlines the goals, strategies, and tactics of your company.

It also shows how you plan to achieve them and what resources are needed for this purpose.

A well-written business plan tells investors and lenders that you know what you’re doing, which can help gain their trust when it comes time to ask them for money or other help.

Always update your plan

As you can see, there is a lot of planning that goes into your business start-up. You will probably want to update and change your business plan as things change in the market or as you learn more about what works best for your business.

This way, you are always on track with your goals and how much money you need.

It also helps identify problem areas early so that they can be addressed before they become big problems later on down the road

Your business plan is your playbook

Your business plan is a tool that helps you to run your business. It’s also an essential document for raising capital and getting your company up and running.

It’s used for internal planning, operational planning, and external communication with investors or other stakeholders (like shareholders).

So, let’s take a look at the key components of a good business plan:

  • A detailed description of what you are selling or intend to sell
  • How you are going to sell it – how will people find out about your product/service? What channels will be used? Is there an existing customer base already in place (e.g., have they already purchased something similar)? What kind of marketing budget do you have available? Who owns the customer relationship after payment has been made by clients?
  • Details regarding pricing strategy; if there are different tiers of service offered with varying prices then these should be detailed as well (e.g., if offering premium support services at an additional cost). If there are multiple price points then this should be explained clearly so readers know exactly what they’re purchasing when spending money on products/services through your organisation’s website or other channels such as social media advertising campaigns etcetera..

Without a business plan, you can’t know what to do or when to change direction

Without a business plan, you’re just flying blind. You don’t know what to do or when to change direction.

As a start-up founder, your main goal is to launch a successful product and company. A business plan will help you accomplish this by providing the clarity needed for making decisions about where to focus your time and resources.

A good business plan acts as both an actionable guide for getting started on your journey and an objective measure of progress along the way. The process of creating one gives you clarity about what needs to be done next (and why) while also helping keep you accountable—to yourself as well as others involved in the business (e.g., investors).

Now let’s get into the meat and bones of writing a business plan.

How To Write A Business Plan For a Kenyan Startup

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