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Writing Professional Business Plans for SBA/Bank Financing

Alyssa A Hogan Enterprise Business Plans helped our customers secure $5M+ in funding


What Is a Bank Business Plan?

A bank business plan is a detailed document prepared by a business owner or entrepreneur to present to a bank or financial institution when seeking a loan or financing. It serves several key purposes:

Key Components of a Bank Business Plan:

  1. Executive Summary: An overview of the business, its mission, and the purpose of the loan.

  2. Business Description: Information about the business, including its structure, products or services, and market position.

  3. Market Analysis: An analysis of the industry, market size, target customers, and competitive landscape.

  4. Organization and Management: Details about the business's organizational structure, ownership, and management team.

  5. Products or Services: A detailed description of the products or services offered, including their benefits and unique selling points.

  6. Marketing and Sales Strategy: Plans for marketing, sales tactics, pricing strategies, and how the business intends to attract and retain customers.

  7. Funding Request: The amount of funding needed, how it will be used, and the proposed repayment plan.

  8. Financial Projections: Detailed financial statements, including income statements, cash flow statements, and balance sheets, projected for at least three to five years.

  9. Appendices: Any additional information that supports the business plan, such as resumes, legal documents, and detailed research.


Why do You Need an SBA/Bank Business Plan?

  • Securing Financing: Demonstrates to the bank that the business is viable and capable of repaying the loan.

  • Establishing Credibility: Shows that the business owner is serious, prepared, and knowledgeable about their business and market.

  • Providing a Roadmap: Acts as a guide for the business’s future operations and strategic planning.

A bank business plan is essential for convincing financial institutions to provide the necessary funding for starting, expanding, or sustaining a business.


Why do You Need an SBA/Bank Business Plan?

Creating an SBA/bank business plan is essential for several reasons, especially when seeking financing from banks or the Small Business Administration (SBA). Here’s why you need one:

1. Securing Financing

A comprehensive business plan is often a prerequisite for loan applications. Banks and the SBA require a well-structured plan to evaluate the feasibility of your business and your ability to repay the loan. A strong business plan provides a clear and compelling case for why your business is a good investment.

2. Demonstrating Business Viability

Lenders need assurance that your business is viable and capable of generating sufficient revenue. Your business plan should detail your business concept, market analysis, competitive landscape, and operational strategy, demonstrating how your business will succeed and grow.

3. Financial Projections and Budgeting

A detailed business plan includes financial projections, such as income statements, cash flow statements, and balance sheets. These projections help lenders understand your expected revenues, expenses, and profitability, showing that you have a realistic financial plan and can manage your finances effectively.

4. Risk Management

Banks and the SBA look for evidence that you have identified potential risks and have strategies in place to mitigate them. Your business plan should include a risk analysis section outlining possible challenges and your plans to address them, demonstrating preparedness and resilience.

5. Clarifying Business Goals and Strategies

A business plan helps you clarify your business goals and the strategies to achieve them. This clarity is crucial for you as a business owner and reassures lenders that you have a clear roadmap to success and growth.

6. Understanding Market Dynamics

Lenders want to know that you have a deep understanding of your market. Your business plan should include a thorough market analysis covering market size, growth potential, target audience, and competitive analysis, showing that you are well-informed and prepared to compete.

7. Establishing Credibility

A well-written, professional business plan establishes your credibility with lenders. It shows that you are serious about your business, have done your homework, and are committed to its success.

8. Guiding Business Operations

Beyond securing financing, a business plan serves as a valuable guide for running your business. It helps you stay focused on your objectives, monitor progress, and make informed decisions. Regularly reviewing and updating your business plan ensures you remain on track to achieve your goals.

9. Meeting SBA Requirements

If applying for an SBA loan, your business plan must meet specific SBA guidelines and requirements. These guidelines ensure your plan includes all necessary information and follows a structured format, increasing your chances of loan approval.

Why Choose AAH Enterprise 
Business Plans

 AAH Enterprise Business Plans develops bank-ready business plans that raise capital reliably.

SBA/ Bank Compliance

All SBA and bank requirements will be fully met in your SBA approved business plan, including detailed sections on market research, strategies, the business model and financial model, et

Over $5 Million Raised

We understand the requirements of lenders and investors. We also provide our clients with access to our network of investors and banks.


Every document is fully customized and prepared in an easy-to-use format without using templates or ready-made solutions. Each SBA business plan is designed with eye-catching and modern graphics, tables, and charts.

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