The next step in your idea development is to prepare the logistical or tactical plan for distribution of your product/service. How will your business produce, store, deliver, and track what it sells? This can serve as a structural guide to the start and finish process to get the product/service to market. This information will be viewed by potential venture capitalists or bankers in order to provide capital for the business.
Product: The paper-based sensor patch ( I provided the market research plan and marketing plan proposal for reference )
The technical plan should include:
List of the materials and supplies needed to provide your product/service.
1)From where will these be sourced?
2)Purchased or manufactured?
3)Estimated labor needed? (How many man hours or staffing)?
4)What are the logistics in terms of transportation and shipping?
5)What are the marketing requirements?
7)Technology requirements needed?
8)How long before you can start selling?
9)Executive summary – accounting of the capital estimate needed to get your business off the ground, including technology, materials, labor costs, and transportation and shipping costs in a clear, terse fashion.
Ensure there are headers in the report to assist with the understanding of the topics being discussed.