Reviewing your business plan
You should look to update your business plan as your business grows and changes.
You can consider your business plan as a dynamic template intended to help your business thrive.
As you regularly review your business’ performance against that plan, you’ll also gain insight into the most likely strategies for future growth.
Once you've reviewed your progress and identified the key areas of growth you want to target, it's time to revisit your business plan and make it a road map to the next stage for your business.
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