FWIW, I've got a free download at http://www.thefounderschecklist.com
It's not a "business plan" tool as much as a "business planning" tool. In other words, you use this to gather your thoughts and data in preparation of doing a pitch or a business plan or even an ops plan.
I'm also working on modifying some of the financial models I have that are geared more for exits and traditional M&A to see if I can craft something that's not too complicated, yet viable as a tool for startups .... not on my front burner, I'm afraid, but will post when I get closer.
M. L. Bittle - New York
"Science, it turns out, is not an exact science" - me
On Mar 8, 2013, at 9:16 AM, Marco Giunta <[address removed]> wrote:
I don't think either one of these useful
I see lots of plans if you're trying to do one for external use These two products do not very good job of giving a clear picture of what you're trying to do
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