Cover Letter for a Business Plan


A business plan is an important document for your business. The business plan should be created before you launch your new business venture, and you should review every few months to make sure you're implementing all your plans and don't need to make alterations. When you send your business plan to the management team, include a professional cover letter with the business plan.

Step 1

Type your name, the name of your business and your contact information at the top of the cover letter so the General Manager can get back in touch with you easily. Include your business address, office number, cell number and the email address you check most frequently.

Step 2

Type the recipient's name, title, bank name, location and address after your information. 

Step 3

Type the date you plan to send the business plan cover letter under the recipient's information.

Step 4

Include a professional greeting addressed to the recipient, such as "Dear Ms. Smith."

Step 5

Explain in the first paragraph that you're sending the General Manager your business plan and that you hope he will consider providing the support that you need. Tell her that the business plan is attached and that you'd appreciate her consideration.

Step 6

In the next paragraph or two, describe reasons for upgrading your business. You should include details about your plan of action, such as why you have decided to undertake such strategic transformations. Talking about your idea of what upscale means to you and expalining your best arguments shows the General manager that your business is a worthwhile investment.

Step 7

Thank the recipient for her time and consideration in the final paragraph. Let her know that you would appreciate it if she would review your business plan. Tell her you are available to come in and discuss your business plan further.

Step 8

End the letter with a professional closing, such as "Sincerely," and type your name three or four lines after the closing. Sign your name in the space between the closing and your typed name after you print out the cover letter.

Last edited: 15/09/2015

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