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Meet John McAdam, author of the One-Hour Business Plan


Why The One Hour Business Plan from John McAdam on Vimeo.

As part of CorpCo’s Entrepreneur Inspiration Contest, we are putting the spotlight on some of our entrants. Today’s featured entrant, John McAdam, created a way to help business owners get started on one of the hardest parts of creating a business – writing the business plan. McAdam developed the One-Hour Business Plan™ to help entrepreneurs more easily tackle this difficult task.
John McAdam has decades of business experience as a serial entrepreneur, instructor, and CEO. He also teaches strategic business planning at the Wharton Small Business Development Center. McAdam has transformed his expertise and experience into a way to help aspiring entrepreneurs in their business journey. He had this to say about the One-Hour Business Plan™:
“The One-Hour Business Plan™ addresses the hardest part about writing a business plan – getting started. It also simplifies the daunting task of how to write a business plan. What are the must haves? In one hour of writing time, not thinking time, the reader will have a business plan foundation to take their innovation to market. I wrote this after seven years of observing 1,000 business plans and field testing and this works!”
In addition to creating the One-Hour Business Plan™, McAdam has been a guest speaker on Money Matters and NBC 10 Philadelphia Small Business Week, and has been quoted in business publications including Business News Daily, Inc. Magazine, Success Magazine and Cranes New York Business. McAdam holds an MBA from the Wharton School.
If you’re an entrepreneur with a funny, motivational or inspiring story, or know someone who is, we want you to enter the CorpCo Entrepreneur Inspiration Contest for a chance to win a prize package based on donations from our sponsors. Just visit our Facebook page and click on the Contest Entry link. To enter the contest, you must have a business that has been incorporated in Delaware for at least two years.