I am an avid reader of manhwa, the Korean style of comics. Since its inception in the early 1970s, this art form has significantly advanced in popularity and production quality. However, this has led me to believe that there is still untapped potential to be found within this medium: namely, how it can use as a means of storytelling and expression that may be better suited than other forms for certain types of stories, such as those involving complex characters or situations.


This book is a collection of business proposals for producing and distributing original webtoon manga manhwa comics.

The term “webtoon” refers to a genre of Korean comics that are published online. Webtoons have become popular in Korea since they were created in 2004, with over 20 million monthly readers on average in 2018. Webtoons are also becoming popular around the world due to their accessibility through smartphones and tablets, which makes them ideal for global audiences who don’t speak Korean but still want access to stories about characters from their own culture (such as those from Japan or China).


The market for webtoon manga comics is saturated with competition. Many comic creators have worked in this industry for years and have developed loyal followers willing to pay for their content. First, however, you must understand how your product fits the market.

Your target audience should be people who enjoy reading about business situations or want to learn more about how businesses operate behind closed doors (i.e., “behind the scenes”). Your readers should also be interested in learning more about what makes up a successful company from a financial standpoint–this could include knowing how much money companies make or the spending habits of consumers who buy products from particular brands over others.

Creative Brief

A creative brief is a written statement of the aims and purposes of your project. It’s essential for communicating with clients, as well as ensuring that you have all the information you need to be successful. A good creative brief will include the following:

  • The objective of the project (e.g., increase brand awareness)
  • A list of target audiences (e.g., young men who buy sneakers)
  • An overview of your previous work in this area, if applicable

Business Goals and Strategy

Before you start on any goal, defining the problem is essential. What are the obstacles that are preventing you from reaching your goals? Are they external factors like time or money constraints or internal ones like lack of motivation or self-confidence?

Once you’ve identified these obstacles, it’s time to develop a strategy for overcoming them. For example: if one of your biggest challenges is lack of time (which tends to be true for many people), then try scheduling workouts into your calendar so that there’s no question about when and where they’ll happen; make sure these workouts are short enough not to interfere with other commitments but long enough so that they’re effective at improving fitness levels over time; set aside some cash each month specifically for healthy food purchases instead of spending money on junk food during lunch breaks; etcetera!

The next step is setting goals based on what has been accomplished so far–what does success look like when I reach my goal? If we go back to the fitness example above, you might decide that getting 20 lbs lost would be successful because now clothes fit better without straining buttons/zippers/buttons.”

Brand mission and vision statement

  • Brand mission: A clear and concise statement describing your brand’s purpose.
  • Vision statement: An inspirational and motivational statement that defines where you want to be in 5, ten, or 20 years. It should be achievable as a roadmap for your business growth.
  • Aligned with business goals: Your brand mission and vision statements should align with one another, as well as any other important goals (like financials) you have set for yourself as an entrepreneur or small business owner

Organizational structure, roles, and responsibilities

Organizational structure, roles, and responsibilities

The organizational structure of your company should be defined as follows:

  • The CEO has the ultimate responsibility for all decisions in the company. They are responsible for ensuring that all projects are completed according to schedule, budget, and standards.
  • The CFO is responsible for managing financial resources effectively so they can be allocated where needed at any given time. It includes budgeting processes as well as setting up reporting systems regarding expenditures vs. income to ensure consistency across departments such that no one area spends more than its fair share of resources (i.e. if Marketing spends too much money on advertising campaigns but Sales haven’t been able to generate enough revenue from these campaigns).

Project management plan

The project management plan is a document that defines the scope of your project, timeline, and deliverables. It also details roles, responsibilities, risks, mitigation strategies, communication plan, and budget.

The following are some key areas to consider when creating your project management plan:

  • Scope: This section defines what you will do for this project. You should include all deliverables and any dependencies that need to be completed before starting your work (like approvals). You should also specify how long each phase will take for everyone involved to understand what they can expect from you at different stages of completion.* Timeline: Here, we’ll outline our plans for completing everything by specific dates.* Deliverables & Risks/Mitigations: This section lists precisely what we want our client’s experience with us and how we plan on delivering those experiences.* Communication Plan: This section includes how often we will communicate with prospective customers via email newsletters or social media posts, whether we prefer phone calls over text messages, etcetera.

Budget and timelines

  • Budget and timelines

A business plan budget enables you to know how much you can afford to spend on each area of your business and where your money is going. A timeline is essential for the success of your business, as it tells you when things need to be done for them to happen on time or, even better, before time! Timelines should be realistic and achievable so that they are not too ambitious or too relaxed but somewhere between these two extremes where everything will run smoothly without any problems! You should have a backup plan in case something goes wrong with one part or another part of your project (or anything else related), so if something goes wrong, then we already have an idea about what steps we need to take next instead of just sitting around doing nothing while waiting until our deadline arrives before realizing what happened wasn’t working out as planned after all. This could result in huge losses if left unchecked over long periods due.

You’re a businessman with a solid plan.

You’re a businessman with a solid plan. You have the skills and experience to make your dream business idea come true, but you need help figuring out where to start. This is where we come in! We’ll help you develop your business proposal, including everything from marketing plans to financial forecasts–and everything in between.

The business proposal is a critical component of any start-up, and we’ll help you write one that will get your dream off the ground. Call us today if you’ve got a good idea but need help implementing it. We can help you develop a business plan tailored to your needs.


The last thing you need is to become preoccupied with the specifics of your company plan. We’ve created this helpful guide to assist you in producing a glossy paper that will dazzle everybody who reads it as a result. Even if they have yet to learn what webtoons are!

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