I need a business plan. Does Access Accelerator help with that?

I need a business plan. Does Access Accelerator help with that?

To help clients meet some of the critical requirements for the Access Accelerator programme and to gain a better understanding of the business they intend to launch or expand, these supplementary services are available:
  1. A self-pace do-it-yourself Business plan builder: Business development course through SBDC University
  2. Assisted business development through our Business Plan Writer Programme: Business plan writer collaboration
  3. Assisted business development through our BICA partnership: Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) accountant financial statement compilation
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