Sunday, November 19, 2017

Understand:

Monocle helps you know what to expect

understandDo you know the business side of your business?
Every business must make more money then it spends to be a self-sustaining success. Monocle helps you understand the numbers behind this necessary business expectation. Step three is called “Building Your Projections,” and it puts realistic numbers on your business future.

What are your fixed and variable expenses? What can you reasonably expect to make? What are your revenue projections for one month? Six months? The first year?

This part of Monocle lets you test assumptions on sales forecasts and realistic expenses, giving you an in-depth understanding of how your business really works … through good times and bad.

Can your business be self-sustaining? With Monocle, you’ll have an answer.

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Monocle helps answer the questions you didn’t think to ask

What’s your plan?
Monocle helps give you a solid plan for the best chance at success. “Getting Started” is the first step. The step-by-step process asks you questions about ownership, controlling interest, and other operational decisions.

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Monocle brings structure to planning your business

How much?
Monocle is designed to help you consider every possible cost, fee and necessary purchase associated with opening your business. Step two is called “Building Your Business,” and it helps you count the costs.

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Monocle helps you know what to expect

Do you know the business side of your business?
Every business must make more money then it spends to be a self-sustaining success. Monocle helps you understand the numbers behind this necessary business expectation. Step three is called “Building Your Projections,” and it puts realistic numbers on your business future.

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Monocle helps demonstrate viability to potential lenders

Do you have the resource you need … to get the resources you need?
You only have one chance to make a good first impression with a lender. Monocle makes sure you do it right! Step four is called “Reports.” This is where all your business information comes together to create a virtual picture of your start-up needs. .

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