How to Start a Business When You're Young: Get the Right Idea for Success

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A&C Black, Oct 31, 2009 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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How to Start a Business When You're Young addresses all the issues that might face a young would-be entrepreneur. It will help the reader understand the options which are available to them, and come up with a business idea that will work.

Often the biggest challenge for the young entrepreneur is coming up with a great business idea, but with a huge range of suggested business types and start-up ideas, along with real-life testimonies from young people who have set up successful businesses this book is bound to inspire the reader and give them the confidence necessary to become a successful young entrepreneur.

The authors' down-to-earth, accessible style will make for an easy and enjoyable read without being patronising. Full of examples and tips, it will provide plenty of ideas for things to go away and do now.
 

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About the author (2009)

Barrie Hawkins is a former business studies lecturer and author. His books include How to Generate Great Ideas (Kogan Page).

Luke Wing started up his own business at the age of 17. Three years on, he combines the day to day running of his company with a role as a business trainer.

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