About Business Plans

BusinessPlans is a second tier firm providing specialist business planning services since 2000 to Australian SMEs and Large Organisations. Founded on the principle that every business should be operating from a business plan, BusinessPlans set the mission to provide business planning resources and services to every Australian business irrespective of budget and level of expertise. This principle provided the foundation from which stemmed products and services that over the last decade have been adding value to Australian businesses. Our experts specialize in developing a strategic business plan that can enable you to secure investments. We have produced small business plans for a variety of industries and can assist you to document your ideas and create a strong foundation for your business. If you require help for creating a business plan, get in touch with us today.

Nigel Catt, Director Experience: Head Trainer for Business Coaching Network Businessplans.com.au founding director Presenter & Facilitator: ANZ Bank ‘Starting a Business’ national customer workshop. Read more on business planning experience.

Gerhard Moll, Solicitor: Gerhard Moll is a principal of G.M. Legal. He has practiced as a commercial, financial services and technology lawyer in a number of major Melbourne commercial law firms for the last 14 years. For 2 1/2 years, he was also the managing director (and founder) of a (profitable) online legal solutions provider. Gerhard completed his Master of Laws at the University of Melbourne with a focus on intellectual property law and capital raising. Gerhard’s legal capabilities include: Financial services and capital raising including The Australian Financial Services Licensing scheme Managed Investment Schemes ASX Listing Corporations Act compliance Commercial and business transactions, including business sales, commercial leases and employment contracts Business establishment, restructuring and sales Mergers and acquisitions Joint ventures Technology development and commercialisation Trademark and copyright-related matters.