The Business Formula article ‘Create Your Own Business Formula’ has been translated into Thai and published online free of charge.
Written by David Parrish, the article has been translated into Thai by Oravee Smithiphol.
The article can be downloaded here.
Don’t write a business plan until you have read this article!
There’s a big difference between planning for a successful creative business and ‘writing a business plan’. The two are not necessarily the same.
A ‘business plan’ does not automatically guarantee business success. Many business plans present the details but fail to address the fundamentals.
Any plan for a creative or digital business must be based on the values and objectives of the entrepreneurs concerned and at its heart must be a realistic ‘business formula’.
This article shows you how to combine your own unique values and objectives to create a business formula that works.
This article has been published using a Creative Commons licence which allows anyone to copy, print and redistribute it, provided that it isn’t changed or sold. That means you can email it to colleagues and contacts. You can also offer it as a download from any website.
The article has also been published in English, Spanish, Romanian, German, Portuguese, French, Ukrainian, Indonesian and Azerbaijani (so far!).
All translations are available to download from the Create Your Own Business Formula article page.
Get in touch with David Parrish’s office if you would like to translate this article into other languages.