Business Plan Development Offered by MBA Teams at Entrepreneurial Institute
Teaneck, NJ (July 26, 2005) – Business plans or new venture plans for New Jersey-based businesses are created and developed by teams of MBA candidates at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies.
Under this program, more than 140 business plans have been developed for New Jersey companies and non-profits. Recently, business plans were developed for a security firm, a biotech start-up, a home improvement company, a design firm, a growing magazine and a successful sports club evaluating expansion options.
In order to participate, businesses must fall into one of three categories: entrepreneurial start-up situations in early stage expansion; mature companies entering new markets or restructuring; or non-profits increasing outreach without jeopardizing financial position.
The MBA teams work under the close supervision and mentoring of seasoned business planning experts.
Interested companies should anticipate spending a considerable amount of time working with their MBA team as an extension of their company’s own management team. The application and screening process is free. When a company is chosen for the program, there is a $95 fee for the semester-long consultation to offset research and printing costs.
The first step in the process is contacting Professor Steven Fulda, Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies, FDU, at 973.443.8842 or firstname.lastname@example.org.