Your business plan needs help—this app is here for it

This easy-to-use app will help streamline your business plan as you develop it, and continue to support your company as it grows.
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Bizplan acts as a cheat sheet to getting your startup up and running. andresr / Getty Images
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A business plan is the backbone of starting up a business, attracting funding for your company and setting the strategic vision and roadmap for your goals. That much might be obvious.

Seasoned entrepreneurs know all about putting together a strategic presentation that leads to funding from key investors. For everyone else, apps like Bizplan is here to help. And right now, it's down to $49 (from $99). That price covers unlimited members, viewers, and usage for up to five different companies.

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This business-building software acts as a cheat sheet to getting your startup up and running. At the core of it is a variety of professional-grade templates, which makes creating business plans as simple as dragging-and-dropping your essential information in. You'll then be able to share these stunning presentations externally with key stakeholders. (BizPlan also offers access to Fundable, one of the largest business funding networks worldwide, for an additional fee). Internally, you can track your company's progress during its growth phase as well as use the tool as a way to have an open conversation with your teammates. If they have feedback on a particular project, they can start a group thread and give suggestions in real-time.

As your company scales, you can use the platform to perform salary forecasts and other crucial financial planning—and importing pre-existing data from tools like QuickBooks and Xero can be done in a matter of minutes.