Nobody's business but your own: a business start-up guide with advice from today's most successful young entrepreneurs

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Hyperion, 1999 - Business & Economics - 392 pages
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Fueled by the recent trend toward down-sizing, permanent temp status, and underemployment, many of today's young people are putting their college degrees and technological know-how to work for themselves, not for corporate America. The result is a blossoming of highly innovative and successful new companies that are changing the way this country does business. Nobody's Business but Your Own is a smart and savvy guide on everything about entrepreneurship from the sources themselves -- America's most successful, innovative, and imaginative young business owners. Along with invaluable, up-to-the-minute tips, guidelines, and cautionary advice are behind-the-scenes stories of how these entrepreneurs got started and turned their dreams into realities. An inspiration to entrepreneurs everywhere, Nobody's Business hut Your Own is certain to find its way into the hands of every young, soon-to-be mogul.

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Contents

Do You Have What It Takes?
3
Finding Your Niche and Turning It into
21
The Business Plan
51
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

CAROLYN M. BROWN is a seasoned financial journalist and former senior editor for Black Enterprise magazine. Her publication credits include Your Company, Hispanic Business, Entrepreneur, and Essence. She currently runs a freelance/editorial services firm out of Plainsboro, NJ.

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