The entrepreneur, by definition tries to accomplish what is considered by others impossible or unlikely. Inevitably, he puts himself in a solitaire situation. At the end of the day, he bears the sole responsibility, not only for himself, but also for the fate of the group of people he leads. These circumstances, put the entrepreneur in a lonely position, day in and day out. This is why, above anything else and more than external capital, the entrepreneur needs an attentive person to understand his problems and lend an ear. An experienced mentor, who will give him practical solutions and will generally guide him through start-up process. Indeed, when looking for an investment, the entrepreneur should make sure the investor can accompany him in this manner, easing his struggle as a lonely leader.
Business Plan Guidelines
Guidelines to the entrepreneur for writing a business plan that would meet the requirements of venture capital professional investors