The End of a Business Plan should summarize all the facts you gathered in your business plan. A template example of a solid business plan conclusion follows (feel free to use this in your business plan):
The company's management is confident that The Company can achieve its aggressive sales forecasts, generating total sales of approximately $XXX,XXX, $XXX,XXX and $X,XXX,XXX in years, 2014, 2015, and 2016 respectively. In addition, The Companys' management has carefully considered its market, potential customer base, and its ability to grow its sales average to capture market share in the (insert industry here) industry.
The Company has the potential to become a highly regarded resource in local, regional, national, and international markets. Due to the company's aggressive marketing strategy, establishment of the company as a "unique" entity in its industry, careful development of its products coupled with strategic partnerships with some of the industry's leaders, and the company's profitable revenue model, The Company has the potential to provide lucrative returns to potential investors.
For The Company to achieve status as an industry leader, it must secure initial capital. This capital will be used for start-up costs, to establish a reputable storefront, and to further develop the business, business infrastructure, internal systems, product development, and extensive marketing and geographic positioning.
Providing that the company is able to acquire its funding requirements,The Company will be able to achieve operational success for many years to come.