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Directions: Please choose a SMALL BUSINESS STARTUP IDEA.                                                               
Topic: Business Plan Startup: (name of your business here).
*It should be based on experience, knowledge and feasibility.  
Subtopics: (Please make sure these subtopics are outlined in your paper via 6th edition in APA format)
  • Executive Summary
  • Company Description
  • Business Location
  • Business Requirements 
  • Market Analysis
  • Organization & Management
  • Product or Service
  • Competitive Advantage
  • Marketing & Advertising
  • Financing Request
  • Financial Projections
  • Appendix
  • APA FORMAT, 6th Edition
  • 300-350 words per page
  • 4 to 8 pages in total, not including cover sheet, abstract, and reference page.
  • A minimum of 4 accredited references from the Berkeley College Online Library Search Engine.
Grading (15 points in total)
  • Up to 5 points for contents
  • Up to 5 points for feasibility
  • Up to 5 points for proper APA formatting
Your assignment will be scanned via SafeAssign. Please make sure you properly cite and quote references. Anyone who improperly utilizes someone else work as their own writing is subject to penalty. It is HIGHLY recommended that you do our own work. Students that have been identified by SafeAssign of plagiarism will face (a) grave point reductions, (b) ZERO assignment grade, (c) suspension, or (d) school dismissal.
*SafeAssign submissions must not contain more than 20% matching material. Over 20% match will be considered as plagiarism, and it will be reported to the college as a violation of the Academic Integrity Policy.
Please refer to the Berkeley CAS/ASC, Peer Tutoring & Berkeley College Library for help or support.

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