Communication technology, also known as information technology, involves any and all equipment, software, or devices that process and communicate information. It’s an ever-evolving industry, with opportunities for new businesses to enter the market with different, advanced, or alternative communications solutions. However, it can be a difficult industry to find success without a solid business plan to guide you.
Start your telecom provider, cell phone or computer retailer, or other communications company out on the right track with a sample business plan.
Administrative Service Business Plan
Everywhere Assistant is a new start-up virtual assistant business, offering administrative, accounting, marketing, and graphic design services to clients.
Computer Laser Accessories Business Plan
Brilliant Points develops cutting edge laser/optical controls for computers used in large audience business presentations.
Integrated Communications Business Plan
Aero Technologies, Ltd., is a start-up company that offers high-tech communications systems to businesses in Botswana.
Satellite Communications Business Plan
Blue Sky Satellite Communications is an ongoing comunications solutions and satellite service provider in Africa.
Telecom Wireless Business Plan
Cellular Providers is taking advantage of an opportunity to become a highly distinguished and recognized industry leader in the cellular communications industry.
Telecommunications Business Plan
TeleSpace, Inc. develops and markets programmable personal communications and unified messaging services for individuals and businesses.
Telecommunications Products Business Plan
OSS Telecom Technology is an established steel conglomerate which is now branching out into the telecommunications sector.
Telephone Sales Business Plan
University Telephones telephone sales business plan executive summary.
Tracking Device Maker Business Plan
RQM Technologies (RQM) is a start-up company which will develop and distribute miniaturized Personal Locator Devices.
Wi-Fi Kiosks Business Plan
Stroll Net, a start-up company, will install Wi-Fi compatible, Internet access kiosks in public venues, offering customers casual walk-up anytime access to World Wide Web applications.