Most entrepreneurs have a misunderstanding of the business plan, and always feel that writing a business plan is for financing. I haven’t gotten financing yet, I don’t need to worry about writing a business plan.” Or “My fair has done a good job, don’t need to write a business plan.” These are all one-sided ideas. In fact, business plans are an important reflection of the direction of a company/project, not just for investors. It can help the startup team to re-examine the new company’s business model is correct or not, to sort out a future development plan with operability, and secondly for money. This is actually what investors want to see, how well you know about the company/project, and whether your business ideas are comprehensive. When the investment funds are in place, the startup team should still be able to continue the development plan of the business plan instead of putting it into the cold place, and no longer ask questions. Then the question is coming, how to write a business plan!