One hundred one best home-based businesses for women
Which Home Business Is Best for Me? Can I be a stay-at-home mom and still earn extra income? Where can I find expert advice on working out of my home? How much will it cost to get started? For years, authorPriscilla Huffhas run a successful writing business out of her home while balancing family life with a home-based business. In fact, this book is living proof of her success. And now her expertise is available to you. From start-up costs to potential income, this fully updated and revised edition covers such vital topics as: ·Choosing the perfect home-based business ·The first steps to starting any business ·101 best home-based businesses for women: customer service, arts and crafts, entertainment, computer and mail order, home-based distributorships and franchises, and more ·Finding and using valuable resources, including: local, state, and federal government sources; business and professional associations; books and other publications ·And much, much more! You'll also find businesswomen relating stories of success and financial reward. They provide solid advice on what works—and what doesn't— when it comes to training, equipment, marketing, publicity, and pricing formulas. If you've ever dreamed of owning your own business, this book should be your first investment.
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Before You Start Your Business
Choosing the Best Business for You
Your Business Plan
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Additional Business Ideas Advertising Methods answering machine Best Customers business cards Business In-home Business Plan business telephone directory business telephone line cable television catalog centers charge Check clients consulting Contact Costs and Financing credit cards decorators desktop publishing Distributorships Encourage word-of-mouth referrals Entrepreneur's Start-Up Guide Essential Equipment Experience Financing Sources Guides Entrepreneur's Start-Up Helpful Tips home office Home Study Courses home-based businesses in-home business Information Association Information Books LSASE for information machine or service Magazine Marketing and Advertising Methods and Tips National Business Library's Needed Skills newsletter offer Old Saybrook out-of-the-home P.O. Box Patricia Gallagher Personal savings Place classified ads Pricing Guidelines professional programs Publishing Recommended Training Reflexology Renn schools sell seminars Send an LSASE Send direct mailings sewing shipping and handling shops small business loan Start-Up Costs Start-Up Guides Entrepreneur's supplies Tyler Hicks Type of Business Write York