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The revised CEDA guidelines are Godsend to an economy
Lanched on the 16th July 2020 by His Excellency DR.Mokgweetsi E.K.MASISI President of the Republic of Botswana delivered the Revised guidelines for CEDA to ensure the growth and diversification of our economy, led by the private sector.
The Guidelines are aimed at:
- Facilitating citizens to venture into business by providing favourable lending terms with regard to; – loan limits, – interest rates, – repayment periods
- Equity component,
- Service fees and security requirements,
- Equipping citizens with entrepreneurial and management skills, training and mentoring services as well as;
- Facilitating access to loans by the youth, women and people with disabilities, in short, inclusivity.
- Loan limits have been increased for small businesses to One Million Pula (P1 million), medium businesses Ten Million Pula (P10 million) and large businesses Fifty Million Pula (P50 million).
- The interest rate for loans for small scale businesses in the special sectors of manufacturing, technology and innovations, agriculture, the creative industry and tourism has been lowered by 3% from the current prime lending rate of 5.75% to make it 2.75% and the repayment period has been increased from five to seven years.
Furthermore, CEDA continues to play a critical role in facilitating improved financial and economic inclusion in the microfinance segments. A good example is the Mabogo Dinku product, which has supported Eight Hundred (800) groups since 2016, comprising Three Thousand (3000) individuals, funded at Twenty Seven Million and Four Hundred Thousand Pula (P27.4 million). This has, in turn, created Three Thousand, Five hundred and Thirty-Four (3,534) jobs nationwide.
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Business Plan Form - CEDA | FINANCE
CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 1 Business plan FormBusiness plan AttachedIf a Business plan is attached it should contain at least all of the information requested in this form . You do not have fill in this form if you are attaching a Business plan . The higher the quality of the Business plan the easier it is to assess the viability of your project give as much information!PLEASE NOTE: IF THIS PROJECT IS APPROVED YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SIGN A CONTRACT WITH CEDA AND THIS Business plan WILL form PART OF THE CONTRACT THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES FOR NOT PERFORMING AS PER THE CONTRACT ( calling in of the loan, calling on personal guarantees).PLEASE TAKE THIS Business plan SERIOUSLY Yes [ ] No [ ]Effective 03-02-2010 CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 2 Introduction and Capital CostsHow long have you / company been trading for?Project Capital Costs PulaDetail the cost of the project covering at least the following items: How much will the land cost?
CEDA BUSINESS PLAN FORM | PAGE 1 Business Plan Form Business Plan Attached If a business plan is attached it should contain at least all of the information requested in this form .
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1 CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 1 Business plan FormBusiness plan AttachedIf a Business plan is attached it should contain at least all of the information requested in this form . You do not have fill in this form if you are attaching a Business plan . The higher the quality of the Business plan the easier it is to assess the viability of your project give as much information!PLEASE NOTE: IF THIS PROJECT IS APPROVED YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SIGN A CONTRACT WITH CEDA AND THIS Business plan WILL form PART OF THE CONTRACT THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES FOR NOT PERFORMING AS PER THE CONTRACT ( calling in of the loan, calling on personal guarantees).PLEASE TAKE THIS Business plan SERIOUSLY Yes [ ] No [ ]Effective 03-02-2010 CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 2 Introduction and Capital CostsHow long have you / company been trading for?Project Capital Costs PulaDetail the cost of the project covering at least the following items: How much will the land cost?
2 (if required or not rented)How much will the buildings cost? (if required or not rented)How much will the machinery cost? How much will the transport cost? (if vehicles required for Business )How much will the furniture & fixtures cost?How much will the installations of machinery and utilities (water, electricity, telephones) cost?How much will it cost for technical assistance (advice, designs, accounting)?How much will the working capital be? (debtors + stock + cash on hand - creditors)What other costs are there and how much are they?TOTAL PROJECT COSTSF inancing PlanIndicate how the project is going to be funded showing at least the following items:Owners contribution: How much will you be putting into the Business :CashAssets (land, transport, equipment?)AmountOther loans: What other loans do you have at the moment or intend to borrow to FINANCE this project?Bank NameOverdraft facilitiesWhat overdraft facilities do you have?CEDA LOANT otal Project FinancingCEDA Business plan form | PAGE 3 Ownership and ManagementManagement Team Who will manage the Business ?
3 Indicate their suitability to do so ( experience in this kind of Business or in this sector).NameExperience Owners Personal Balance SheetPersonal Balance Sheet of:Spouses name:Married in/out of community: Yes/NoASSETS:Immovable Property:Plot NoLocationType of LandSizeRemaining LeaseEstimated ValueMovable Assets:Type of AssetsOriginal CostYear of AcquisitionNet Book ValueVehiclesMachines and EquipmentFurniture and FixturesLivestockDebts / ReceivablesShares in CompaniesOther AssetsFixed Deposits with BanksCash at Bank and in HandTotal AssetsLIABILITIES:Loans secured by Mortgage over Immovable PropertyLoans under Hire PurchaseTax LiabilitiesPersonal LoansCreditorsOther LiabilitiesAny contingent liability as guarantor for other or bonds over property / assets used as securityTotal LiabilitiesCEDA Business plan form | PAGE 4 Present ProposalProject Location Give the location and plot number, where applicable, of the project.
4 In the case where the project is going to lease premises, provide the lease Process Give a clear production process from raw material stage to finished goods. How will you produce the goods you want to sell?What is the most you can produce? (Estimated capacity and useful asset / plant life (where applicable)).How long before you have to replace your plant / equipment? (Plant / equipment replacement schedule).How much will you be producing at the start of the project and when will you increase your production, by how much? (Build up of capacity utilization and breakeven capacity utilization).What could go wrong with the production process and what measures will you put in place to overcome it? (Discuss possible production risks).CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 5 MarketTarget Market: Who will you sell your services or product to?Market Size:How many products/services in total could be sold and at what price?Competitors:The current suppliers of goods and services: Who is selling these services or goods now?
5 Market share of your competitors: How many of your kind of products are being sold at the moment?How many people or companies are buying the services you want to sell?At what price are the goods or services being sold?What percentage of the market is supplied by each competitor and at what price?Market share your project intends to archive: How many of the products or services will you sell or supply?What percentage of the market does your operation aim to capture?Market strategies the project will use to gain this market share:What will you be doing differently from your competitors in providing your product or service (Will you be cheaper, or have better quality or have better service?)Distribution channels:How will you get your product or service to the buyers?CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 6 Supply Channels:Where will you get your products or your raw materials? How many suppliers are there? How reliable are your suppliers?
6 Pricing:What is the price your competitors are selling products like yours for?What price will you sell your product or service for?How much profit do you make on each sale? ( selling price less cost price).Promotions:How will your target market know of your existence and why will they buy from you?Analyze possible market risks:How can your competitors stop you from selling?Have the suppliers been in Business for a long time?What will stop suppliers from selling to you?How reliable is transport to the people you want to sell to?What will stop buyers from buying from you?What are the measures put in place to minimize the risks?CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 7 Implementation SchedulePromoters are required to give an implementation schedule of the project. Approval of the loan will lapse after six months if the project does not start. Detailed implementation for completion of various activities such as planning permissions, financing, construction, administrative issues and technical matters.
7 Describe separate phases where appropriate. A bar chart (Gantt chart) can be used to show various stages of the will the project start?What is the first thing that must happen?When?List the activities that must happen thereafter with reasonable dates:Project BenefitsWhy is this project a good project who will it help? How much employment will it create? How is the community better off if this project is successful? How is the economy better off if this project succeeds?CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 8 Inputs and EmploymentIndicate what inputs are required, the cost of the inputs by showing at list the following items:Total cost of raw materials?How much will transport cost you?Is there a cheaper place to buy stock from?How many people will you employ and what kind of skills should they have?What wages are you going to pay your employees?Are you going to train your employees? How much will training cost?Will you be going on training?
8 How much will it cost?What other costs could there be? RepaymentsTOTAL Financial ProjectionsProjectedActualYear 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 TRADING RESULTST otal SalesStock on Hand at beginning of periodTotal PurchasesTotal Stock on Hand at end of periodGross ProfitTotal expensesDepreciationLoan repaymentsTax paidNet ProfitAssumptionsSale unitsSales priceVariable costsOverhead expensesDepreciation rates usedTax rates usedOther assumptionsCEDA Business plan form | PAGE 9 ProjectedActualYear 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 BALANCE SHEETF ixed AssetsLess Accumulated DepreciationNet Fixed AssetsInvestmentsCurrent AssetsStockDebtorsCash at BankTotal Current AssetsCurrent LiabilitiesCreditorsTaxationLoans current portionBank overdraftTotal Current LiabilitiesNet Current AssetsTotal Net AssetsCapital EmployedEquityShare CapitalRetained EarningsCapital ReserveShareholders LoansShareholders InterestGrantsLong Term LiabilitiesLoansDeferred TaxTotal Capital EmployedCASHFLOWG ross
9 CollectionsIncrease in shareholders loansInterest incomeIncrease in bank loansTotal InflowPayments to creditors/stock purchaseSales tax and customs dutyTotal expenses paidNet cash inflow before financingLoan repaymentsInterest on overdraftTaxation paidAsset purchasesNet cash inflow after financingBalance b/fwdBalance c/fwdCEDA Business plan form | PAGE 10 Risk and SensitivityA statement of possible risks is required, capital expense overruns, limited market penetration, labor and technical risk factors. Address how those will be overcome. Where considered necessary, an environmental impact assessment study may be required. Determine what components of the forecasted cash flow affect viability of the project significantly, such as decreases in sales, changes in input cost or in market could stop me from succeeding?Is my machinery insured?Am I insured?Can somebody in my family take over if I am ill?Can I get spares for my machinery?
10 What will stop me from selling the amount I said I would sell?Does the price of my stock go up quickly?Can I get enough people into my Business to do the work?SWOT AnalysisPromoters are required to give a summery of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the project. Strengths and weaknesses are internal to the company while opportunities and threats are external to the is my Business going to do better than my competitors?What is strong in my Business ?What is weak in my Business ?Where else can I increase my sales?What can hurt my Business ? CEDA Business plan form | PAGE 11 SecurityDetail the nature of security offered such as property, other assets and guarantees. Remember assets offered as security, should not be encumbered by any other financiers or CostOpen Market/Book ValueEstimated Forced Sale ValueImmovable property (Lot no, location)Machinery and EquipmentMotor VehiclesLivestockBank GuaranteeAny other guaranteeLife Insurance Policy (surrender value)OtherDeclarationI/we hereby declare that the information provided above is, to the best of my/our knowledge and belief, true and correct.
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