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Work your way through the plan section by section, lling
in the empty boxes. Don’t feel you need to do it all in one
go. It’s much better to take your time and get it right.
Square brackets like these [……] also show places where
you need to write something, so ideally there shouldn’t be
any left by the time you’re nished.
This template is just a helpful guide – some of the sections
may not apply to your type of business so add or remove
sections to suit you. Likewise, with all of the tables delete or
add as many rows as you like. This is your plan so go ahead
and tweak it until it ts you and your business perfectly.
We’ve designed this template to be as stress-free as
possible to tinker with, even if you haven’t used Microsoft
Word much before. So, for instance, if you delete a section,
the numbering of all the remaining sections will update on
its own. Also the boxes you ll in will automatically expand
as you’re typing if you need the extra space, without
messing up the rest of the table.
If you’d like to add a section and make it look the same as
everything else – highlight a line that has the formatting
you’d like to copy, click on the paintbrush on the top left
of the home page and then click on your new text. Hey
presto – it’ll have the right numbers and everything.
Once you’re done with this introductory page, feel free
to delete it. The same goes for the guidance notes and
prompts we’ve included in italics throughout the template.
You can keep them, delete them or save them in another
document for referring to another time – it’s entirely up
Happy planning and good luck with your business!
Remember this is just a guide to help you plan and we
recommend that you share it with your business advisors
or accountant, especially if you are planning to use it to
apply for business lending.
If you’d like to discuss your business banking needs, speak
to your ANZ Small Business Specialist. They’ll be more than
happy to help.