Engineering Your Start-up: A Guide for the High-tech Entrepreneur
Professional Publications, 2003 - Business & Economics - 447 pages
Thinking of starting your own business in high-tech? Do yourself a huge favor by reading this book first. The authors, both veterans of many start-ups, address topics vital to your start-up success, such as:
In good economies and bad, entrepreneurs will continue to lead the way to new markets, new ventures, and new technologies. With this comprehensive new guide, you have a great start to start-up success!
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