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1. Project Summary
The goal of the project is the opening of a manufacturing enterprise specializing in the serial production of equipment for children’s playgrounds, and ensuring its stable operation. This business plan sets out the development strategy of the company, and also made financial calculations to talk about the effectiveness of the project.
Investments in the project will amount to 8 million rubles. Of these, 3.13 million rubles. will be allocated for the purchase and installation of equipment and repair of production and storage facilities, 4.5 million rubles. will be invested in working capital and the purchase of raw materials, 370 thousand rubles. – Intangible assets. Sources of financing for the project will include: own funds, budget funds invested in entrepreneurship support programs, partners’ investments. Continue reading
If you want to start a business, but you do not have knowledge, skills and cash reserves, do not despair. There is a solution – start learning a service. That is, master the science of providing the services people need for money. Yes, it’s easy to say, you’ll think, but how to do this? No matter how crazy your thought-provoking project looks, do not drop it immediately. In any case, start acting. Movement, action is the path to success, and therefore, to opening your own business, even if it is small.
What exactly needs to be done? First, get a certain amount of initial capital. It will allow you to achieve the desired result. Then decide on the occupation that will become the basis of your business. And finally, think about the real (initially small) amount of money that you would like to earn monthly. Continue reading
The teenage period is the most important stage in the life of any person. It is in the period from 13 to 21 years that an understanding of where to move and what to do in life is formed. “I want to become an astronaut, a fireman, a doctor” – all this is leaving and the most real priorities and goals are replacing. Of course, not everyone, but many have a plan for the next 10-15 years.
Most do not see beyond their nose and go along the beaten paths that parents tell them. Get an education, get a job, start moving up the career ladder, family, children – all this is painfully familiar to us. This route is patterned and 80% of young people sooner or later get into this rut. Continue reading