Session on Business plans at IIT Delhi

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“Easier
said than done” holds very true with regards to business plans. My boss had to
deliver a session on “How to write effective business plan” organized by TiE Delhi.
Being an entrepreneur, he was the right choice to handle the session, however,
offered me a choice to come along and jointly address the queries of aspiring entrepreneurs. 
I have
worked on business plans, quite extensively, at all organizations that I have
worked. While I can speak quite extensively on how business plans should be
written, I strongly feel that an entrepreneur is the best choice to speak on
how to write business plans. 
This is so
because practitioners are the best preachers anytime.