Cashing in on the consulting boom

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Wiley, Nov 11, 1985 - Business & Economics - 175 pages
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Designed to shatter the mystique that's kept thousands of fully qualified potential consultants from cashing in on their skills and practical on-the-job experiences. Covers every important aspect of running a consulting practice, including obtaining licenses and permits, selecting the right business location, acquiring necessary supplies and equipment, developing good client relations, managing time more efficiently, giving successful presentations, implementing and maintaining a professional bookkeeping system, and recognizing the multitude of tax benefits available to the consultant.

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In spite of the come-on title, this is a straightforward introduction to setting up a consulting business. It describes the field and covers types of consulting, choosing a specialty, setting up a ... Read full review


Picking Your Field
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GREGORY F. KISHEL and PATRICIA GUNTER KISHEL are MBAs, business consultants, and coauthors of several Wiley books. They are also the authors of How to Start and Run a Successful Consulting Business; Start, Run, and Profit from Your Own Home-Based Business; and Start and Succeed in Multilevel Marketing.

Kishel is a business consultant.

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