A Business of My Own?: 21 Steps to Successfully Starting and Running a Small Business

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Enfield Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - New business enterprises - 278 pages
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This book is for everyone who contemplates starting a business, or business owners who would like to learn new ideas to advance their business. It first asks the rader to evaluate personal characteristics and business skills to ascertain if they should even stat a business and if the resluts are favorable, leads them through twenty-one concise stpes to get the business up and running in the shorest possible time. This book has: potential business ideas, how to write a business plan and some examples, what business structure to adopt and why, setting goals and objectives - personal and professional, choosing the correct business location, all facets of running an office, forms and samples for every day use, seventeen marketing ideas and building a clinet base - day by day. Floowing the procedures in this book will give the reader the opportunity to be one of the 60,000 business that succeed each year.
 

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Contents

Starting a Busines Should you be in business for yourself?
13
OccupationsProfessions Pages 1960
19
Accounting or Bookkeeping 2 8
28
Conservator or Guardian
36
GardensLandscaping
43
Lobbyist
49
Sign Maker
56
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