Sba Form 1010c "U.S. Small Business Administration 8(A) Business Plan"

U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Plan

SBA Form 1010C, U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Plan, issued by Small Business Administration (SBA) is a comprehensive business plan that has to be written by each certified SBA 8(a) Participant. The SBA released the latest version of the form in December 2010. According to the SBA requirements, the 8(a) business plan should be submitted within 30 days starting from the day of the program submission. You can download a PDF of SBA Form 1010C by following this link.

SBA 1010C includes 52 questions that should be answered by the applicant and contain information about the product or service with its detailed description and plans for future development, applicant's designation of its industry classification, market analysis, targets, and objectives of the business development for the period of next two years. It consists of 11 sections describing key elements of the business plan.

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U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
OMB Approval No.: 3245-0331
Expiration Date: 3/31/2014
8(a) BUSINESS PLAN
NAME OF COMPANY:
ADDRESS OF COMPANY:
CONTACT PERSON:
TELEPHONE NO.:
SBA STATEMENT ON REPRESENTATIVES AND FEES
You are not required to use a representative to complete this business plan. If you chose to hire a representative for this
purpose, the following information must be provided:
Names of Representatives
Description of
Hourly
Amount
Amount
and Addresses
Services
Rate
Paid
Due
Signature of Principal
Date
Signature of Representative
Date
SBA Form 1010C (12/10) Previous Edition obsolete
This form was electronically produced by Elite Federal Forms, Inc.
U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
OMB Approval No.: 3245-0331
Expiration Date: 3/31/2014
8(a) BUSINESS PLAN
NAME OF COMPANY:
ADDRESS OF COMPANY:
CONTACT PERSON:
TELEPHONE NO.:
SBA STATEMENT ON REPRESENTATIVES AND FEES
You are not required to use a representative to complete this business plan. If you chose to hire a representative for this
purpose, the following information must be provided:
Names of Representatives
Description of
Hourly
Amount
Amount
and Addresses
Services
Rate
Paid
Due
Signature of Principal
Date
Signature of Representative
Date
SBA Form 1010C (12/10) Previous Edition obsolete
This form was electronically produced by Elite Federal Forms, Inc.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
I
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1
II
BUSINESS HISTORY, BACKGROUND, AND OBJECTIVES
2
III
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
5
IV
PRODUCTS AND/OR SERVICES
6
V
PRESENT MARKET
7
VI
COMPETITION
10
VII
MARKETING PLAN
11
VIII
MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
13
IX
BUSINESS RESOURCES
15
X
FINANCIAL PLAN/DATA
19
XI
CONTRACT SUPPORT TARGETS
30
SECTION I - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. Briefly describe the fundamental elements of your business. Describe what business you are in, why you are in
it, and what you hope to accomplish. For example, describe your business in terms of where it has come from,
where it is now, where you want it to go, and how you plan to get it there. This is a complete summary of your
business plan and should be referred to on occasion by you and your assigned Business Opportunity Specialist
to get a quick overview of your plan. You should prepare the summary after you have completed all other
major components, which follow.
SBA Form 1010C (12/10) Previous Edition obsolete
Page 1
SECTION II - BUSINESS HISTORY, BACKGROUND, AND OBJECTIVES
2. Briefly describe when, how, and why you formed the company and its development so far.
3. List your short term (next 12 months) and long term objectives.
Page 2
SBA Form 1010C (12/10) Previous Edition obsolete
4. Describe your company's major successes or achievements to date including difficulties and/or
obstacles that your company has overcome.
Page 3
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SBA Form 1010C Related Forms

In addition to SBA 1010C, there are other related documents available to download. By submitting these forms, entrepreneurs and companies can request assistance in access to the capital, advocacy, government contracting, entrepreneurial development, etc.

  1. SBA Form 1010-ANC, 8(a) Business Development (BD) Program Application Alaskan Native Corporation-Owned Concern is a form for the representatives of the Alaskan Native Corporation-owned business who wish to apply for the 8(a) Program with the SBA.
  2. SBA Form 1010-NHO, 8(a) Business Development (BD) Program Application Native Hawaiian Organization-Owned Concern is a form completed by the representatives of the Native Hawaiian Organizations that own the businesses of 8(a) Program applicants.
  3. SBA Form 1010-AIT 8(a) Business Development (BD) Program Application American Indian - Tribally-Owned Concern is a form completed by the American Indian Tribes that owns 51% or more of a small business applying for the 8(a) Program.
  4. SBA Form 1010-CDC, 8(a) Business Development (BD) Program Application Community Development Corporation-Owned Concern is a form filed by the Certified Development Company (CDC) that owns the business of an 8(a) Program applicant.
  5. SBA Form 1010, Representative Form 1010 Business is a form used by businesses for informing SBA about compensation paid for assistance with an 8(a) initial application.
  6. SBA Form 1010-IND, 8(a) Business Development (BD) Program Application Individual Information is a form that has to be completed by each individual owning more than 10% of a business applying for the SBA 8(a) Business Development Program.