If you want to continuously improve your business and be an innovative consumer's first choice, then you have follow some essential practices correctly. As a company owner it must be in your interest that your business is successful no matter how many employees you have or what you are doing.
You can apply several elements to your business if you want success. First of all you need to have a well-developed Business Plan. A successful Business Plan needs to contain a clear executive summary of your business that provides the "elevator pitch" for your company in no more than two pages. Then your readers will know everything that is important. At the very top, communicate your value proposition: what your company does, how it will make money and why customers would want to pay for your product or service. If you are sending your plan to angel-investors, include the amount of money you need and how you plan to use it. You have to know the whole picture before you can boil things down to essentials, so write the summary after finishing the rest of your plan.
Then you need to figure out what opportunities there are in the market. How large is the market? What kind of clients you desire? Is the market it growing or shrinking? What do you want to be known for in the market? What level of service do you want to provide? What are the threats? What can your product do that others can't and so on? Do you want to be a market leader? There are a bunch of questions that you can ask yourself. There are several steps in the Business Plan process, these areonly a few starters, so don't see it as a complete guideline on "how to make a business plan". See