Business for Beginners: A Simple Step-by-step Guide to Starting a Small Business
"Countless testimonials from across Canada praise the simplicity - yet comprehensive content that has make Business for Beginners a national best seller, with over 120,000 copies sold. Loaded with eye-catching success strategies, case studies, examples, questionnaires and checklists, it guides first-time entrepreneurs through the complex maze of skills and processes necessary to successfully start a small business - from evaluating entrepreneurial skills to organizing accounting and the home-office challenge."
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HOW DO YOU ORGANIZE YOUR ACCOUNTING
YOUR HOME OFFICEHEAVEN OR HELL?
WHAT WILL YOUR STORY BE?
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