Growthink is a national business plan development company. Growthink’s business plan experts are located in several major cities across the United States. Since 1999, our business plan experts have written more than 4,000 strategic business plans for entrepreneurs, small businesses, mid-sized firms, and Fortune 500 corporations.
Our consultants work with clients located all over the country (and all over the world), including many business clients in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area, as well as Winston-Salem, Raleigh, Greensboro, Fayetteville, and Chapel Hill.
We have written business plans for clients in hundreds of industries. Previous Growthink clients from Charlotte, North Carolina and surrounding areas include software companies, consumer service firms, restaurant owners, energy companies, retail businesses, and business services firms.
If you are seeking professional help with your business plan, call us at 800-216-3710 or complete one of the forms below. Additional information on our Charlotte and nationwide business plan services is below.
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We are in constant contact with investors and other funding sources. This enables us to develop plans that raise money. Since 1999, Growthink clients have raised more than $2.5 Billion.
We have developed plans for clients in over 500 industries, including startup, multi-national corporations, and non-profit organizations. We know how to develop a successful plan regardless of your stage of growth or type of business.
We don't just document your ideas on paper. Our experts conduct market research and collaborate with you to create strategies for you to succeed in today's competitive environment and over the long-term.
Growthink consultants have attained degrees from top universities including Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, Dartmouth, Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, UCLA and the University of Michigan.
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Jay has over 25 years of experience in starting, building, advising and investing in high growth firms. His advisory work spans industries and market sectors, including corporate clients like Deutsche Bank, McKesson, Infospace, Samsung, Porsche, & Paramount Pictures seeking to inject entrepreneurship and innovation into their organizations. He has an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA and a Bachelor’s degree from Stanford University. Read more.
Growthink’s President, is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller in Entrepreneurship “Start at the End: How Companies Can Grow Bigger and Faster be Reversing Their Business Plan,” published by Wiley. Dave is a contributor for Enterpreneur.com and Forbes.com. BusinessWeek went so far as to call Dave ‘The Business Plan Expert.’ Dave has an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and a Bachelor’s degree from University of Virginia. Read More
Charlotte and North Carolina Business Plan Resources
Charlotte’s Economic Development website provides networking opportunities, and connects entrepreneurs to resources needed to help run business better. https://charlottenc.gov/ED/Startup/Pages/default.aspx
Charlotte Business Resources provides a range of resources and information to help entrepreneurs start and run a business successfully. https://charlottebusinessresources.com/
Small Business Center Network provides resources, including links to organizations and agencies vital to the successful operation of a business. https://www.ncsbc.net/DocumentMaster.aspx?doc=1008
The US Small Business Association North Carolina Division resource guide.
Business Link North Carolina (BLNC) is a free service providing one-on-one consultation for anyone seeking to start a small business in North Carolina. Works in partnership with the N.C. Department of Commerce.
The Charlotte Regional Business Alliance provides guidance and research to promote and support new, existing and prospective businesses. https://charlotteregion.com/research/clt-facts/#StartLocateExpand
The Charlotte chapter of SCORE offers free one on one mentoring, low cost or free workshops, and access to free online tools and webinars for business owners and entrepreneurs.