How to Start, Finance and Operate Your Own Business
This book describes management techniques that are helpful in running a small business and a review of important elements which must be explored before commitments can be made. Helpful information and how-to's can be effectively applied to manufacturing, the service industry, and retail establishments. Includes a new guide list of capital resources that provide funding.
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