South-Western, 2001 - Business & Economics - 163 pages
Business 2000: Entrepreneurship provides information on becoming an entrepreneur, selecting a type of ownership, developing a business plan, marketing your business, hiring and managing a staff, and financing, protecting, and insuring your business. The way this textbook can be used is unlimited! By incorporating critical thinking exercises, vocabulary building, business math, technology, and career awareness into this textbook, we've made Business 2000: Entrepreneurship inviting and informative.
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