Borehole Drilling Business Plan with 3 Years Financial Projections

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Borehole drilling is a lucrative business due to the demand for portable clean water in homes and in offices. Due to poor town/city planning in the country, most homes don’t have pipe-born water and with public institutions like the public water corporation almost not functioning, the best option is to rely on water from boreholes and this makes the borehole drilling business a profitable venture.

If you have the required technical skills, then you can start setup and run a borehole drilling and if you don’t have the technical skills, you can learn from those who are already doing it professionally. To start successfully and run your business effectively, you need a solid business plan to guide you on what to do and have in place. Creating a business plan from scratch is time-consuming and cumbersome and if care is not taken you can waste your resources as well. Getting a ready-made business plan is better as this will allow you to save your time and resources and focus instead on your business.

We developed the Borehole Drilling Business Plan to guide and provide you with the right support to succeed in your business and it will help you to achieve the following:

  • Secure funding to start and run your business
  • Know how to register your business
  • Choose the right legal structure for your business
  • Understand your target market
  • Know the right equipment to procure
  • And acquire the right manpower
  • Attract investors to invest in your business.

The Borehole Drilling Business Plan is available for purchase at a 50% discount and this will help you save cost and you will download it immediately after payment.

The business plan is available in MS Word while the financial projections is in MS Excel.

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Take a look at the table of contents below to understand what is in the plan.

  1. Overview

1.0 Executive Summary

1.1 Benefits

1.2 Objectives

1.3 Mission

1.4 Keys to Success

2.0 Company Summary

2.1 Company Ownership

2.2 Company History

2.3 Location and facilities

2.4 Start-Up Summary

2.4.1 Required Funds

3.0 Product and Services

3.1 Overview

3.2 Pricing Strategy

3.3 Competitive Advantage

3.4 Future Products or Services

4.0 Market Analysis

4.0.1 Market Summary

4.0.2 Market Trend

4.0.3 Marketing Plan

4.1 Market Segmentation

4.2 Target Market Segment Analysis

4.3 Industry Analysis

4.4 Demand

4.5 Challenges Facing the industry

4.6 SWOT Analysis

4.6.1 Strengths

4.6.2 Weakness

4.6.3 Opportunities

4.6.4 Threats

4.7 External Environmental Analysis

4.8 Competition and Buying Patterns

4.9 Market Strategy

4.10 Sales Strategy

4.10.1 Sales Forecast

5.0 Operation plan

5.1 Production plan

5.2 Production costs

5.3 Production process

5.4 Production systems

6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

6.1 Competitive Edge

7.0 Management Summary

7.1 Organizational Structure

7.2 Management Team

7.3 Personnel Plan

Table: Salaries and Wages

8.0 Financial Plan

8.1 Important Assumptions

8.2 Budget

8.3 Sales Forecast 1-3 Years

8.4 Operating Expenses 1-3 Years

8.5 Cash Flow Forecast 1-3 Years

8.6 Income Statements 1-3 Years

8.7 Balance Sheet 1-3 Years

8.8 Break-even Analysis

8.9 Financial Ratio

8.10 Loan Repayment Schedule, Amortization, and Depreciation

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