When you start a business, creating your executive summary is one of the most important documents to include in your business plan. It’s important to understand what your executive summary should include and in what format. Choosing a business law attorney to guide you through creating your business plan and executive summary is an important decision to make. Our business law team can guide you through these essential steps as you move forward with your entrepreneurial venture. Here are some points that should be covered in your business’s executive summary:

-A mission statement. This should be as direct and focused as possible. This should leave a clear picture to the reader of what your business is all about.
-Names of founders and the functions that they perform.
-If the business is already underway, a summary of the condition of the business, number of employees, sales, etc.
-Location of the business and any equipment and facilities that are needed/in use to get started with the business.
-Products or services to be rendered.

These are a few of the things that should be included in your business’s executive summary. For more guidance on your executive summary and/or business plan, don’t hesitate to reach out to our talented business law team. We can guide you through the process of creating a powerful executive summary and navigate through the rest of the legal issues you may encounter to get your business started off the right way.