Business plans, contrary to popular belief, are not only meant for new businesses but are equally important for better management of existing businesses.
The document must represent realistic and practical information based on authentic and current data.
Soft copies of the form can be downloaded from here. The applicant can develop a business plan on his/her own and submit directly to participating banks for evaluation.
Consultants (Database available at and 16 SMEDA Helpdesks) can assist you in developing your business plan.
Assessment will be based on specific criteria, including presentation, innovation and business acumen, marketing and research, management, viability and economic and environmental impact and the value added society.
The deadline to enter the contest is June 14, 2013.
The format of the business plan can be downloaded from the website
The business plan must be submitted to the SMEDA later than August 15, 2013.
Moreover, under the kamyab jawan program, 25% of loans can be availed by women.
The youth of Pakistan (male/female) can avail this golden opportunity from their own cities.