Small Business: An Entrepreneur's Business Plan
South-Western/Thomson Learning, 2003 - Business & Economics - 412 pages
This book is your guide to small business enterprise, helping you to identify opportunities, your needs and those of your target customers. The practical, step by step nature of this text makes it indispensable. The goal of the text is to help you in creating a business plan that will set the course for your small business endeavors. You will profit from these tried and true techniques.
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