How to Start a Business for Free: The Ultimate Guide to Building Something Profitable from Nothing

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Silver Lake Publishing, 2003 - Business & Economics - 308 pages
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Most successful small businesses are started on extremely tight budgets, with the founders hustling as hard as they can to deliver a decent product or service. This book concentrates on ways to make that hustling a little easier. Business start-ups are always racing against limits of time and money-this book shows how you can buy more time by saving money.
 

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Contents

CHOOSING A BUSINESS
11
MEETING THE CUSTOMERS AND THE COMPETITION
47
THE NUTS AND BOLTS OF BUSINESS OWNERSHIP
67
GETTING MONEY FOR FREE
99
MOVING FROM THE PLAN TO OPERATIONS
137
OFFICE SPACE EQUIPMENT OTHER SUPPLIES
171
BUILDING A WEB SITE FOR YOUR BUSINESS
207
The Free Mentality
251
LIST OF PATENT TRADEMARK RESOURCES
257
LIST OF RESOURCES
261
LIST OF BUSINESS PLAN TOOLS
277
LIST OF SBDCS
281
LIST OF WOMENS MENTORING ORGANIZATIONS
285
LIST OF BUSINESS INCUBATORS
293
INDEX
303
Copyright

WHERE TO GET A BUSINESS LICENSE
253

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