16 Weeks to Your Dream Business: A Weekly Planner for Entrepreneurial Women

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 31, 2008 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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  • There are no other books on the market that guide the female entrepreneur through the process of organizing, planning, and executing a business start-up in a weekly planner format
  • Appeals to a wide demographic-from the busy fulltime worker looking to become an entrepreneur to moms looking for a creative, lucrative outlet
  • Includes forms, worksheets, and folders for ultimate organization and overall planning
 

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Contents

Getting Your Dreams in Writing
1
Get to Know Your Industry and Your Competition
15
Identifying Your Target Market
29
Everything You Need to Create an Action Plan for Success
49
How to Communicate with Your Target Market
73
Public Relations
93
What You Need to Know Before Building a Web Site
111
The Importance of Networking Moving and Shaking
135
Taking a Closer Look at Your Personal Finances Before You Leap
161
Setting Up Your Business Right from the Start
171
Get Your Business Out of Your Head and onto Paper
185
Everything You Need to Know About Keeping Track of the Green Stuff
199
How to Come Up with the Cash You Need to Launch Your Dreams
213
Managing Yourself and Those Around You
227
Giving and Serving for a Better Business and a Better You
239
References Resources and More
249

Budgeting for Success from the Beginning
147

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Nada Jones and Michelle Briody are the co-founders of nedandshell.com, a business-focused editorial site that provides content and community to creative, entrepreneurial women.

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