Who should see your plan? All the players in the company. Firms typically keep their marketing plans very, very private for one of two very different reasons: Either they're too skimpy and management would be embarrassed to have them see the light of day, or they're solid and packed with information . . . which would make them extremely valuable to the competition.
The benefits of Marketing Plan, including: to achieve better coordination of activities. To identify expected developments. To improve the organization's readiness to change. To minimize the irrational response to unexpected responses. To reduce conflicts about how organizations should move. To improve communication. To urge management to think systematically. To expand the adjustment of existing resources to elicit preferred opportunities.