Just stumbled on this interesting website which can be a useful resource for entrepreneurs who want to get a taste of how some real business plans were blueprinted, formulated and implemented.
The Business Plan Archive is a joint archiving project headed by prestigious institutions like Library of Congress, the Center for History and New Media and the University of Maryland Libraries. Their aim is to preserve the golden era of entrepreneurship and creativity, the birth of the Dot Com Era, for upcoming generations.
Definitely worth a look. After a quick registration process, you can access mounds of data like business plans, executive summaries, spreadsheets, powerpoints, press releases or any other material which defines a start-up.
And yes, I am really excited to be a part of this community blog!
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