Launching Your First Small Business: Make the Right Decisions During Your First 90 Days
Joel Handelsman, John L. Duoba
Toolkit Media Group, 1998 - New business enterprises - 208 pages
Launching Your First Small Business provides readers with the information they need to successfully make the transition to self-employment. It identifies the key issues that must be addressed in order to turn an idea into a profitable business, and explains how to make the right decisions. Readers are taken, step-by-step, through the start-up process.
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Clearing the Preliminary Hurdles
The Right Small Business for You
Can You Afford To Go Into Business?
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