A quick note…

…to let you know that we’re just getting our blog set up now. And that our intention is to comment on things relating to strategy, business planning, entrepreneurs and, generally, taking your business to the next level. But we haven’t finished our holiday shopping yet so our first REAL post will have to wait a couple of days…

…in the meantime, all our best to you over the holidays and may your dreams be realized in 2012.

Alex and the StratPad team

This Post Has 4 Comments

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    Very well written post. It will be valuable to anybody who utilizes it, as well as myself. Keep doing what you are doing – for sure i will check out more posts.

  2. samson@samsontan.com Tan

    Dear Sir,
    Just bought your plus version today. It’s really excellent….Learnt so much already. Trying to create my business plan. Is there any way I could export the file to Word so that I can edit, add images, and floor plan to the report cos I need to submit it in 2 days’ time. I have previously been using Business Plan Pro which is boring, generic and cumbersome. Will be grateful for your help. Many thank

    cheers
    samson

    1. aglassey

      Hi Sampson,
      Thanks for your note and glad that you’re enjoying StratPad.
      We don’t yet offer the ability to export to a Word format. We understand why this is important to you, though, and we will look at adding it to a future version.
      Regards,
      Alex

    2. aglassey

      Me again, Sampson, with another thought: why not create the summary business plan with StratPad. It does a great job of that. You could then append the necessary pictures and floor plans to it as appendices. You could reference the appendices in the text of the StratPlan-created biz plan. Yes? This would create a very nice, tight, professional document. Yes?
      Good luck, and let me know how it turns out.
      Regards,
      Alex

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