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INNOVATION PLANINNOVATION PLAN EIPCONCEPT PAPER AND PRESENTATION EVALUATION FORMPlease refer to the Written Entry Guidelines for a more detailed explanation of these items.LITTLE/NO 8-19-20LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-2-3-45-6-7-89-10-1112-13-14CUSTOMER SEGMENTSLITTLE/NO CTATIONS3. Description of target customers0-1-2-3-45-6-7-89-10-1112-13-14LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-2-3-45-6-7-89-10-1112-13-14LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-2-3-45-6-7-89-10-1112-13-14LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-2-3-45-6-7-89-10-1112-13-14LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-2-34-5-67-89-10EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1. One-page summary of the business modelPROBLEM2. List of the top three problems the product/service is addressingUNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITION4. Description of the single, clear, compelling message that states why theproduct/service is different and worth buyingSOLUTION5. Description of the top three features of the product/serviceCONCLUSION6. Summary of key points and feasibility of the business ventureGENERAL7. Professional standards (appearance, poise, confidence), presentationtechnique, effective use of visuals and participation of GEDSCOREJUDGEDSCOREJUDGEDSCOREPRESENTATION TOTAL POINTS (100)LESS PENALTY POINTSTOTAL SCOREJUDGE93

KNOWLEDGEAND SKILLSDEVELOPEDSTART-UP BUSINESS PLANSTART-UP BUSINESS PLAN ESBThe Start-Up Business Plan involves the development of a proposal to form a business. Any type ofbusiness may be used.Participants in the Start-Up Business Plan will: prepare a business plan proposal present the proposal in a role-playing interviewParticipants will demonstrateknowledge and skills neededto address the components ofthe project as described in thecontent outline and evaluationforms.Participants will also developmany 21st Century Skills, in thefollowing categories, desiredby today’s employers: Communication andCollaboration Creativity and InnovationEVENT OVERVIEW This event consists of the business plan proposal describing a business the participants want to developand the oral presentation. Critical Thinking andProblem Solving Flexibility and Adaptability Each event entry will be composed of one to three members of a DECA chapter. All participants mustpresent the project to the judges. All participants present must respond to questions. Information Literacy The body of the written entry must be limited to 11 numbered pages, including the appendix (if anappendix is attached), but excluding the title page and the table of contents. Leadership andResponsibility The Written Event Statement of Assurances and Academic Integrity must be signed and submitted withthe entry. Do not include it in the page numbering. Media Literacy The participants may bring all visual aids to the event briefing. Only approved visual aids may be usedduring the presentation. The oral presentation may be a maximum of 15 minutes in length, including time for judge’s questions. The judge will evaluate the presentation, focusing on the effectiveness of public speaking and presentationskills and how well the participants respond to questions that the judge may ask during the presentation. Initiative and Self-direction Productivity andAccountability Social and Cross-culturalSkillsMany Common Core Standardsfor Mathematics and EnglishLanguage Arts & Literacy aresupported by participation inDECA’s competitive events.Crosswalks that showwhich 21st Century Skills aredeveloped and which commoncore standards are supportedby participating in eachcompetitive event are availableat deca.org.94 ›› DECA GUIDE 2017

WRITTEN ENTRY GUIDELINESThe written entry must follow these specifications. Refer also to the Written Entry Checklist and the WrittenEntry Evaluation Form.WRITTEN EVENT STATEMENT OF ASSURANCES AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY. This must be signed andsubmitted with the entry. Do not include it in the page numbering.TITLE PAGE. The first page of the written entry is the title page. It must include in any order, but is notlimited to, the following:START-UP BUSINESS PLANName of high schoolSchool addressCity, State/Province, ZIP/Postal CodeName of participantsDate1 to 3PARTICIPANTSPAGESALLOWEDTitle page will not be numbered.TABLE OF CONTENTS. The table of contents should follow the title page. The table of contents may besingle-spaced and may be one or more pages long. The table of contents page(s) will not be numbered.PRESENTATIONTIMEBODY OF THE WRITTEN ENTRY. The body of the written entry begins with Section I, Executive Summary, andcontinues in the sequence outlined here. The first page of the body is numbered “1” and all following pagesare numbered in sequence. Page numbers continue through the bibliography (required) and the appendix(optional).This outline must be followed. Points for each section are included on the Written Entry Evaluation Form.Each section must be titled, including the bibliography and the appendix.I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYOne-page summary of the business modelII. PROBLEMList the top three problems your product/service is addressing.III. CUSTOMER SEGMENTSWho are the target customers?IV. UNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITIONWhat is the single, clear, compelling message that states why your product/service is different andworth buying?ENTREPRENEURSHIPV. SOLUTIONSWhat are the top three features of your product/service?VI. CHANNELSWhat are the pathways to customers?VII. REVENUE STREAMSWhat is the revenue model and what are the lifetime values? What is the revenue and the grossmargin?VIII. COST STRUCTUREWhat are the customer acquisition costs, distribution costs, human resources costs and otheradditional costs?IX. KEY METRICSWhat are the key activities that must be measured?X. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGEWhat about your product/service means that it cannot be easily copied or bought?XI. CONCLUSIONSpecific request for financing, summary of key points supporting the financial requestXII. BIBLIOGRAPHYXIII. APPENDIXAn appendix is optional. If additional material is appended, all pages must be numbered as notedpreviously. Include in an appendix any exhibits appropriate to the written entry, but not importantenough to include in the body. These might include sample questionnaires used, letters sent andreceived, general background data, minutes of meetings, etc.DECA GUIDE 2017 ›› 95

WRITTEN ENTRY CHECKLISTIn addition to Written Entry Guidelines, participants must observe all of the standards on the Written EntryChecklist on page 52. These standards are designed to make competition as fair as possible.PRESENTATION GUIDELINES The major emphasis of the proposal is on the content. Drawings, illustrations and graphic presentations(where allowed) will be judged for clarity, not artistic value. The participants will present the business plan proposal to the judge in a 15-minute presentation worth100 points. (See Presentation Judging.) The presentation begins immediately after the introduction of the participants to the judge by the adultassistant. Each participant may bring a copy of the business plan proposal or note cards pertaining to the proposaland use as reference during the presentation. If time remains, the judge may ask questions pertaining to the proposal. The participants may use the following items during the oral presentation:– not more than three (3) standard-sized posters not to exceed 22 1/2 inches by 30 1/2 inches each.Participants may use both sides of the posters, but all attachments must fit within the posterdimensions.– one (1) standard-sized presentation display board not to exceed 36 1/2 inches by 48 1/2 inches.– one (1) desktop flip chart presentation easel 12 inches by 10 inches (dimensions of the page).– one (1) personal laptop computer.– cell phones/smartphones, iPods/MP3 players, iPads/tablets or any type of a hand-held, informationsharing device will be allowed in written events IF applicable to the presentation.– sound, as long as the volume is kept at a conversational level. Only visual aids that can be easily carried to the presentation by the actual participants will be permitted,and the participants themselves must set up the visuals. No set-up time will be allowed. Participantsmust furnish his/her own materials and equipment. No electrical power or Internet connection will besupplied. Materials appropriate to the situation may be handed to or left with judges in all competitive events. Itemsof monetary value may be handed to but may not be left with judges. Items such as flyers, brochures,pamphlets and business cards may be handed to or left with the judge. No food or drinks allowed. If any of these rules are violated, the adult assistant must be notified by the judge.PRESENTATION JUDGINGThe participants will make a 15-minute presentation to you. As the judge, you are to assume the role of apotential source of capital for the business. You may refer to the written entry, or to your notes, during thepresentation.At the beginning of the presentation (after introductions), the participants will present the proposal. Allowthe participants to complete this portion without interruption, unless you are asked to respond.If time remains, you may ask questions that seem appropriate, based on your notes or on the written entryitself (to which you may refer during the presentation).At the conclusion of the presentation, thank the participants. Then complete the Presentation EvaluationForm, making sure to record a score for all categories. The maximum score for the evaluation is 100 points.96 ›› DECA GUIDE 2017

START-UP BUSINESS PLANSTART-UP BUSINESS PLAN ESBBUSINESS PLAN PROPOSAL AND PRESENTATION EVALUATION FORMPlease refer to the Written Entry Guidelines for a more detailed explanation of these items.LITTLE/NO 8-19-20LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-7-89CUSTOMER SEGMENTSLITTLE/NO CTATIONS3. Description of target customers0-1-23-4-56-78LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-78LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-7-89LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-78LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-7-89LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-7-89LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-78LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-23-4-56-7-89LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0123EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1. One-page summary of the business modelPROBLEM2. List of the top three problems the product/service is addressingUNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITION4. Description of the single, clear, compelling message that states why theproduct/service is different and worth buyingSOLUTIONS5. Description of the top three features of the product/serviceCHANNELS6. Descriptions of the pathways to customersREVENUE STREAMS7. Description of the revenue model and life time values; explanation of therevenue and gross marginCOST STRUCTURE8. Explanation of the customer acquisition costs, distribution costs, humanresources costs and other additional costsKEY METRICS9. Explanation of the key activities that must be measuredCOMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE10. Explanation of why the product/service cannot be easily copied or boughtCONCLUSION11. Specific request for financing, summary of key points supporting thefinancial DSCOREJUDGEDSCOREJUDGEDSCORETOTAL POINTS (100)LESS PENALTY POINTSTOTAL SCOREJUDGE97

KNOWLEDGEAND SKILLSDEVELOPEDINDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLANINDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLAN EIBThe Independent Business Plan involves the development of a comprehensive proposal to start a newbusiness. Any type of business may be used.Participants in the Independent Business Plan will: prepare a written proposal for a new business request financing for the proposal in a role-playing interview with a bank or venture capital officialParticipants will demonstrateknowledge and skills neededto address the components ofthe project as described in thecontent outline and evaluationforms.Participants will also developmany 21st Century Skills, in thefollowing categories, desiredby today’s employers: Communication andCollaboration Creativity and InnovationEVENT OVERVIEW This event consists of two major parts: the written document and the oral presentation. The writtendocument will account for 60 points, and the oral presentation will account for the remaining 40 of the total100 points. Each event entry will be composed of one to three members of a DECA chapter. All participants mustpresent the project to the judge. All participants present must respond to questions. The body of the written entry must be limited to 30 numbered pages, including the appendix (if anappendix is attached), but excluding the title page and the table of contents. The Written Event Statement of Assurances and Academic Integrity must be signed and submitted withthe entry. Do not include it in the page numbering. The participants may bring all visual aids to the event briefing. Only approved visual aids may be usedduring the presentation. The oral presentation may be a maximum 15 minutes in length, including time for the judge’s questions. The judge will evaluate the presentation, focusing on the effectiveness of public speaking and presentationskills and how well the participants respond to questions that the judge may ask during the presentation. Critical Thinking andProblem Solving Flexibility and Adaptability Information Literacy Initiative and Self-direction Leadership andResponsibility Media Literacy Productivity andAccountability Social and Cross-culturalSkillsMany Common Core Standardsfor Mathematics and EnglishLanguage Arts & Literacy aresupported by participation inDECA’s competitive events.Crosswalks that showwhich 21st Century Skills aredeveloped and which commoncore standards are supportedby participating in eachcompetitive event are availableat deca.org.98 ›› DECA GUIDE 2017

WRITTEN ENTRY GUIDELINESThe written entry must follow these specifications. Refer also to the Written Entry Checklist and the WrittenEntry Evaluation Form.WRITTEN EVENT STATEMENT OF ASSURANCES AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY. This must be signed andsubmitted with the entry. Do not include it in the page numbering.TITLE PAGE. The first page of the written entry is the title page. It must include in any order, but is notlimited to, the following:INDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLANName of high schoolSchool addressCity, State/Province, ZIP/Postal CodeNames of participantsDate1 to 3PARTICIPANTSPAGESALLOWEDTitle page will not be numbered.TABLE OF CONTENTS. The table of contents should follow the title page. The table of contents may besingle-spaced and may be one or more pages long. The table of contents page(s) will not be numbered.PRESENTATIONTIMEBODY OF THE WRITTEN ENTRY. The body of the written entry begins with Section I, Executive Summary, andcontinues in the sequence outlined here. The first page of the body is numbered “1” and all following pagesare numbered in sequence. Page numbers continue through the bibliography (required) and the appendix(optional).This outline must be followed. Points for each section are included on the Written Entry Evaluation Form.Each section must be titled, including the bibliography and the appendix.I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYOne- to three-page description of the projectII. PROBLEMList the top three problems your product/service is addressing.III. CUSTOMER SEGMENTSWho are the target customers?IV. UNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITIONWhat is the single, clear, compelling message that states why your product/service is different andworth buying?ENTREPRENEURSHIPV. SOLUTIONWhat are the top three features of your product/service?VI. CHANNELSWhat are the pathways to customers?VII. REVENUE STREAMSWhat is the revenue model and what are the lifetime values?VIII. COST STRUCTUREWhat are the customer acquisition costs, distribution costs, human resources costs and otheradditional costs?IX. DETAILED FINANCIALSA. Projected income and expenses (The following items are recommended for inclusion. You mayselect the appropriate items for your business.)1. Projected income statements by month for the first year’s operation (sales, expenses,profit loss)2. Projected cash flow by month for the first year’s operation3. Projected balance sheet, end of first year4. Projected three-year plan5. A brief narrative description of the planned growth of the proposed business, includingfinancial resources and needsB. Proposed plan to meet capital needs (The following are recommended for inclusion. You mayselect the appropriate items for your business.)1. Personal and internal sources2. Earnings, short-term and long-term borrowing, long-term equity3. External sources4. Repayment plans5. Plan to repay borrowed funds or provide return on investment to equity fundsDECA GUIDE 2017 ›› 99

X. KEY METRICSWhat are the key activities that must be measured?XI. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGEWhat about your product/service means that it cannot be easily copied or bought?XII. CONCLUSIONSpecific request for financing, summary of key points supporting the financial requestXIII. BIBLIOGRAPHYXIV. APPENDIXAn appendix is optional. If additional material is appended, all pages must be numbered as notedpreviously. Include in an appendix any exhibits appropriate to the written entry, but not importantenough to include in the body. These might include sample questionnaires used, letters sent andreceived, general background data, minutes of meetings, etc.100 ›› DECA GUIDE 2017

WRITTEN ENTRY CHECKLISTIn addition to Written Entry Guidelines, participants must observe all of the standards on the Written EntryChecklist on page 52. These standards are designed to make competition as fair as possible.PRESENTATION GUIDELINES Prior to the presentation, the judge will evaluate the written portion of the entry. The major emphasis ofthe written entry is on the content. Drawings, illustrations and graphic presentations (where allowed) willbe judged for clarity, not artistic value. The participants, assuming the role of entrepreneurs, will have prepared a detailed comprehensiveproposal to start a new business. The role of the judge is that of a potential source of capital for thebusiness who evaluates as if actually going to approve (or disapprove) the request for financing. The participants will present the business plan proposal to the judge in a 15-minute presentation worth40 points. (See Presentation Judging.) The presentation begins immediately after the introduction of the participants to the judge by the adultassistant. Each participant must take part in the presentation. Each participant may bring a copy of the written entry or note cards pertaining to the written entry anduse as reference during the presentation. If time remains, the judge may ask questions pertaining to the proposal. The participants may use the following items during the oral presentation:– not more than three (3) standard-sized posters not to exceed 22 1/2 inches by 30 1/2 inches each.Participants may use both sides of the posters, but all attachments must fit within the posterdimensions.– one (1) standard-sized presentation display board not to exceed 36 1/2 inches by 48 1/2 inches.– one (1) desktop flip chart presentation easel 12 inches by 10 inches (dimensions of the page).– one (1) personal laptop computer.– cell phones/smartphones, iPods/MP3 players, iPads/tablets or any type of a hand-held, informationsharing device will be allowed in written events IF applicable to the presentation.– sound, as long as the volume is kept at a conversational level. Only visual aids that can be easily carried to the presentation by the actual participants will be permitted,and the participants themselves must set up the visuals. No set-up time will be allowed. Participantsmust furnish their own materials and equipment. No electrical power or Internet connection will besupplied.ENTREPRENEURSHIP Materials appropriate to the situation may be handed to or left with judges in all competitive events. Itemsof monetary value may be handed to but may not be left with judges. Items such as flyers, brochures,pamphlets and business cards may be handed to or left with the judge. No food or drinks allowed. If any of these rules are violated, the adult assistant must be notified by the judge.PRESENTATION JUDGINGParticipants will make a 15-minute presentation to you. You are role-playing a loan officer or venturecapitalist. You may refer to the written entry, or to notes, during the presentation.At the beginning of the presentation (after introduction), the participants will describe the proposal andmake the request for financing. Allow the participants to complete this portion without interruption, unlessyou are asked to respond. Each participant must take part in the presentation.If time remains, you may ask questions that seem appropriate, based on your notes or on the written entryitself (to which you may refer during the presentation).At the conclusion of the presentation, thank the participants. Then complete the Presentation EvaluationForm, making sure to record a score for all categories. The maximum score for the presentation is 40 points.DECA GUIDE 2017 ›› 101

INDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLANINDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLAN EIBWRITTEN ENTRY EVALUATION FORMPlease refer to the Written Entry Guidelines for a more detailed explanation of these items.LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1-2-34-5-67-89-10LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345CUSTOMER SEGMENTSLITTLE/NO CTATIONS3. Description of target customers0-1234LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1234LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1234LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1234LITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-1234EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1. One- to three-page description of the business modelPROBLEM2. List of the top three problems the product/service is addressingUNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITION4. Description of the single, clear, compelling message that states why theproduct/service is different and worth buyingSOLUTION5. Description of the top three features of the product/serviceCHANNELS6. Descriptions of the pathways to customersREVENUE STREAM7. Description of the revenue model and life time valuesCOST STRUCTURE8. Explanation of the customer acquisition costs, distribution costs, humanresources costs and any additional costsDETAILED FINANCIALS9. Projected income and expenses and proposed plan to meet capital needsKEY METRICS10. Explanation of the key activities that must be measuredCOMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE11. Explanation of why the product/service cannot be easily copied or boughtCONCLUSION12. Specific request for financing, summary of key points supporting thefinancial DSCOREJUDGEDSCOREJUDGEDSCOREJUDGEDSCOREWRITTEN ENTRY TOTAL POINTS (60)JUDGE102

INDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLANINDEPENDENT BUSINESS PLAN EIBPRESENTATION EVALUATION FORMLITTLE/NO CTATIONS0-12-345LITTLE/NO CTATIONS2. Assess opportunities for venture creation0-12-3453. Determine feasibility of venture ideas0-12-3454. Assess start-up requirements0-12-3455. Evaluate risk-taking opportunities0-12-3456. Explain the complexity of business operations0-12-3457. Determine relationships among total revenue, marginal revenue, outputand profit0-12-3458. Describe marketing functions and related activities0-12-345PRESENTATION1. Opening presentation and request: description of the project; organization,clarity and effectiveness of the presentationTO WHAT EXTENT DID THE PARTICIPANTS:JUDGEDSCOREJUDGEDSCOREPRESENTATION TOTAL POINTS (40)WRITTEN ENTRY (60)PRESENTATION (40)SUBTOTAL (100)LESS PENALTY POINTSTOTAL SCOREJUDGE103

KNOWLEDGEAND SKILLSDEVELOPEDINTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PLANINTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PLAN IBPThe International Business Plan involves the development of a proposal to start a new business venturein an international setting. It may be a new business or a new product or service of an existing business. Anytype of business may be used.Participants in the International Business Plan will: apply entrepreneurship knowledge and skills in an international setting prepare a written proposal for a new business venture present the proposal in a role-playing interviewParticipants will demonstrateknowledge and skills neededto address the components ofthe project as described in thecontent outline and evaluationforms.Participants will also developmany 21st Century Skills, in thefollowing categories, desiredby today’s employers: Communication andCollaboration Creativity and Innovation Critical Thinking andProblem SolvingEVENT OVERVIEW Flexibility and Adaptability This event consists of two major parts: the written document and the oral presentation. The writtendocument will account for 60 points, and the oral presentation will account for the remaining 40 of the total100 points. Information Literacy Each event entry will be composed of one to three members of the DECA chapter. All participants mustpresent the project to the judge. All participants must respond to questions. Leadership andResponsibility The body of the written entry must be limited to 30 numbered pages, including the appendix (if anappendix is attached), but excluding the title page and the table of contents. Media Literacy The Written Event Statement of Assurances and Academic Integrity must be signed and submitted withthe entry. Do not include it in the page numbering. The participants may bring all visual aids to the event briefing. Only approved visual aids may be usedduring the presentation. The oral presentation may be a maximum 15 minutes in length, including time for judge’s questions. The judge will evaluate the presentation, focusing on the effectiveness of public speaking and presentationskills and how well the participants respond to questions that the judge may ask during the presentation. Initiative and Self-direction Productivity andAccountability Social and Cross-culturalSkillsMany Common Core Standardsfor Mathematics and EnglishLanguage Arts & Literacy aresupported by participation inDECA’s competitive events.Crosswalks that showwhich 21st Century Skills aredeveloped and which commoncore standards are supportedby participating in eachcompetitive event are availableat deca.org.104 ›› DECA GUIDE 2017

WRITTEN ENTRY GUIDELINESThe written entry must follow these specifications. Refer also to the Written Entry Checklist and the WrittenEntry Evaluation Form.WRITTEN EVENT STATEMENT OF ASSURANCES AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY. This must be signed andsubmitted with the entry. Do not include it in the page numbering.TITLE PAGE. The first page of the written entry is the title page. It must include in any order, but is notlimited to, the following:INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PLANName of high schoolSchool addressCity, State/Province, ZIP/Postal CodeNames of participantsDate1 to 3PARTICIPANTSPAGESALLOWEDTitle page will not be numbered.TABLE OF CONTENTS. The table of contents should follow the title page. The table of contents may besingle-spaced and may be one or more pages long. The table of contents page(s) will not be numbered.PRESENTATIONTIMEBODY OF THE WRITTEN ENTRY. The body of the written entry begins with Section I, Executive Summary, andcontinues in the sequence outlined here. The first page of the body is numbered “1” and all following pagesare numbered in sequence. Page numbers continue through the bibliography (required) and the appendix(optional).This outline must be followed. Points for each section are included on the Written Entry Evaluation Form.Each section must be titled, including the bibliography and the appendix.I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYOne- to three-page summary of the business modelENTREPRENEURSHIPII. ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SITUATIONA. Economic, political and legal analysis of the trading country1. Describe the trading country’s economic system, economic information important to yourproposed business/product/service, the level of foreign investment in that country2. Describe the trading country’s governmental structure and stability, how the governmentcontrols trade and private business3. Describe laws and/or governmental agencies that affect your business/product/service [i.e.,labor laws, trade laws (U.S.A. and/or Canada and foreign)]B. Trade area and cultural analysis1. Geographic and demographic information, important customs and traditions, other pertinentcultural information, competitive advantages and disadvantages of the proposed

94 ›› DECA GUIDE 2017 START-UP BUSINESS PLAN START-UP BUSINESS PLAN ESB The Start-Up Business Plan involves the development of a proposal to form a business. Any type of business may be used. Participants in the Start-Up Business Plan will: prepare a business plan proposal p

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