Engineering Your Start-up: A Guide for the Hi-tech Entrepreneur

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Professional Publications, 1992 - Business & Economics - 294 pages
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Each of these books is a compact source of information for working engineers. The career guides explain how to protect their ideas, improve their job skills, and build their careers. The references provide useful, "at-your-fingertips" data on engineering economics, unit conversion, and the metric system.

Written for engineers and other technology professionals, this book is a complete guide to launching and growing a successful high-tech company. The author, an engineer with 20 years of technology and business management experience, brings a dose of reality to discussions of financing, stock options, business plans, market positioning, and many other topics. His in-depth analysis and instructive case studies make this an essential guide for every entrepreneur.

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Contents

The TechnologyOriented Professional
19
Life in Your StartUp
25
Part 2 GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS
33
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