Planning of business activities

Business plan

When establishing a business, you should start with careful planning. A business plan will help you clarify your ideas and bring them together into an entrepreneur’s power tool that should be updated as the business develops. Your business plan should describe your revenue model, objectives and the means to achieve them. It will help you understand the resources required and the profitability of your business. You need to have a business plan if you plan to apply for a start-up grant(external link) or other forms of funding.

Business Espoo will help you with your business plan and calculations:

Start-up guides for entrepreneurs

The Guide to Starting Your Own Business brings together all the necessary information in an easy-to-understand form. Whether you are thinking of starting a limited company, business name, part-time entrepreneurship or light entrepreneurship, you will find useful information in the Guide to Starting Your Own Business to support your plans. Download the guide from the website of the Finnish Enterprise Agencies(external link)

My Enterprise Finland service.(external link)


Vocational qualification in entrepreneurship

When you want to start your own business, the vocational qualification in entrepreneurship gives you the courage and ability to do it. The training provides practical tools for profitable business: you will get tools for business planning, company financing, marketing and sales, for example. With the help of expert trainers, you will develop your idea further until the start of your business. The studies will give you important entrepreneurial skills, such as relentlessness, self-expression and dissent.

Read more about the training on Omnia’s website(external link) (in Finnish).

With the help of the search engine provided by the TE Office’s online service(external link), you can search for and explore entrepreneurship courses in the fields of interest to you.

Fact sheets and training