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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1
CHAPTER 1: INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 2
CHAPTER 2: COMPANY OVERVIEW 5 2.1 Mission Statement 5 2.2 Vision Statement 5 2.3 Key Products & Services 5 2.4 Strategic Goals and Objectives 6 2.5 Management 6
CHAPTER 3: INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 7 3.1 Threat of New Entry 7 3.2 Bargaining Power of Buyer 7 3.3 Bargaining Power of Supplier 8 3.4 Degree of Rivalry 8 3.5 Threat of Substitution 9 3.6 Company’s Core Competencies 9
CHAPTER 4: COMPANY ANALYSIS AND PRODUCTION PLAN 10 4.1 Company Analysis 10 4.1.1 Cost Advantage and the Value Chain 11 4.1.2 Differentiation and the Value Chain 12 4.1.3 Technology and the Value Chain 13 4.1.4 Linkages between Value Chain Activities 14 4.1.5 Analyzing Business Unit Interrelationships 14 4.1.6 Outsourcing Value Chain Activities 15 4.1.7 Existing Core Competencies 15 4.1.8 Future Competencies 16 4.2 Production Plan 17 4.2.1 Product/Service Overview 17 4.2.2 Facilities 17 4.2.3 Products and Manufacturing Process 20 4.2.4 Research and Development 20 4.2.5 Quality Assurance 20
CHAPTER 5: STRATEGIC PLANNING 21 5.1 Marketing Environment Analysis 21 5.2 SWOT Analysis 23 5.3 Competitive Advantage 27 5.4 Additional Strategic Consideration 28 5.5 Strategic Group Analysis 29
CHAPTER 6: MARKETING PLAN 31 6.1 Market overview 31 6.1.1 Potential Customer 31 6.1.2 Size and Growth of the Market 31 6.2 Sales and Marketing 32 6.3 Distribution 33 6.4 Advertising/Product Promotion 33 6.5 Customer service 35
CHAPTER 7: FINANCIAL PLAN 36 7.1 Projected Startup Costs 36 7.2 Financing 37 7.3 Income Statement 38 7.4 Cash Flow Statement 39 7.5 Balance sheet 41 7.6 Financial Analysis 43
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