business plannoun

  • ja経営[事業]計画、ビジネス上の案件
  • ena detailed plan setting out the objectives of a business, the strategy and tactics planned to achieve them, and the expected profits, usually over a period of three to ten years

Examples

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Sometimes, people think of Google X as a research lab that's not necessarily a business,
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but that's not true.
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All of the projects on Google X have to have a business plan, a business case.
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And the business case for Project Loon is really exciting.
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If you look at the original business plan we wrote for Tesla, we describe in great detail the Tesla Roadster.
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And we said, "Once this car is successful, the next car we should make is either a large SUV,
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an expensive SUV or a large sedan."
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That little dude may hurt me if I don't get that bank loan.
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Bank loan?
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What's your business plan?
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I'm gonna sell ice cream out of a cart.
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That's mad solid.
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You have to explain why you're the right person to execute the business plan.
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You have a great idea.
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Now, who's gonna run the show?
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Is it you?
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You gotta tell me why.
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I'm gonna rent my upscale clothing to middle school kids
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because I discovered I'm roughly the same size as the average Pawnee 12-year-old.
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- It's actually a really great idea. - I know!
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Can you take a look at the business plan,
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- tell me what you think? - Sure, why not.
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Awesome.
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I don't wanna grow up.
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I'm a Toys "R" Us kid.
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They've got a million toys at Toys "R" Us that I can play with.
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It's the Toys "R" Us jingle.
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It's catchy, but the lyrics also lay out the company's business plan.
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They've got the best for so much less.
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You'll really flip your lid.
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Toys "R" Us was founded with a simple idea:
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create a toy store that felt like it had every toy in the world and sell them at competitive prices.
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We don't have that kind of capital.
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We just need a chance.
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Somebody gave Doctor Drumstick a chance!
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Before that, he was just a man with a malpractice suit and a dream.
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Well, look, your business plan shows you can't even pay rent for the first year.
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And even then, you might not make it.
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I'm sorry, you guys, it's just too big of a gamble.
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I can drive you to Bangalore right now, sir.
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- Right now? - Yes, sir.
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It's on the opposite side of the country, Balram.
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And I said, it's okay, sir.
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I don't need to sleep.
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I can drive all night.
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No, thank you.
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I gotta make a business plan first.
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Do it the right way.