Pro Business Plans has worked with many Biotech companies to create professional business plans for investment and strategy. Unlike generic business plan writers and software, Pro Business Plans has prior experience in the biotechnology sector and working with companies in the space to create commercialization plans for investment and strategy. The following article covers what is in a Biotech business plan and how the company can help you to create it.
Biotech Business Plan
Biotech Business Plan
There are several elements to consider when creating a Biotech business plan including the business model, any research from commercialization or clinical trials, the potential market, and any research to support the technical feasibility of the product. The largest mistake that is often made in Biotechnology business plans is the lack of quantification of the market potential, as some Biotech products have a very limited market and investors recognize this limitation. Another major inhibitor is the emphasis on deep technical aspects without regard for the business side of the company, such as commercialization or a go-to-market strategy.
The business model section in a Biotech business plan outlines what problem the company addresses and how it seeks to resolve it. If there is already another company that addresses the problem in the same way, the business model must demonstrate how your Biotech company does it differently. For instance, a non-invasive medical application method that improves an existing one through a patented technology must be quickly communicated and demonstrate why it is important. Pro Business Plans has worked several Biotechnology companies in order to efficiently reflect the competitive edge of its business model and how that is profitable to investors.
The marketing section of a Biotech business plan depends on the specific technology. For instance, some Biotech companies may have a licensing model whereby the partner with distributors responsible for downstream product management. If the Biotech company manages its own downstream operation at any degree, a marketing strategy will help it to more effectively lower the customer acquisition cost and enter the market with the lowest possible risk.
The financial projections for a Biotechnology business plan should include a complete set of projections including the income statement, cash flow, revenue model, and balance sheet. A well-structured financial model will use third-party market research to determine the potential market size, sales of comparable technology or medications, and an analysis of your company’s operating expenditures. Additional financial modeling can also be performed including pricing strategy, break-even analysis, and financial ratios that may be compared against similar Biotech companies.