Invention Business Plan Example: The Main Elements : Many different readers and audiences need to see your idea in writing. You will be surprised how many different questions will be asked about your invention. In order to efficiently answer such questions, the document should be designed such that it serves as a detailed yet practical guide and resource to be used by a broad audience. Thus, the elements and content of your plan should be both comprehensive (i.e. can answer most questions about your invention) and adaptable (i.e. can be easily modified) for the purpose of a specific use or audience.
Fortunately, with my entrepreneurial background and experience writing business proposals, I was very familiar with answering such questions. Therefore, to save time, I decided to consolidate all of these questions into a universal format that could be used and/or adapted for any audience within the invention process.
The analysis goes on to say, "Those diminished expectations - plus the pain of the current downturn - are fueling retrenchments in consumer behavior that could fundamentally reshape the economy."
Plan of Operations : Think of this as how you are going to spend a day at your business. How will work get done, from taking orders through to delivery? This can really help you to understand how your business will work and any potential problems or room for improvements.