Start It Up: The Complete Teen Business Guide to Turning Your Passions Into Pay

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Mar 30, 2011 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Do you have a passion you want to turn into pay? Or maybe you are looking for a way to make some extra cash in high school? Start It Up shows teens how to turn their hobbies and talents into full-fledged businesses.

Inside you’ll find comprehensive and fun information on how to

• know what’s the best business for you,
• pull together a company, and
• sell your product and let the world know about it!

Whether your business is cake baking, dog walking, website design, or house painting, Start It Up offers the A-Z on getting it going and making it successful. Also featured are quotes from other successful teen entrepreneurs who turned their dreams into dollars.

 

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Start it Up is a guide for teens that are interested in working for themselves rather than someone else. It is an all encompassing, entrepreneurial start up book for teens, with nearly every aspect of ... Read full review

Contents

1 Entrepreneurial You
8
2 Whos Got Your Back?
26
3 Getting Serious
38
4 The Technical Stuff
52
5 Money Matters
64
6 Whos the Boss?
82
7 Extra Extra
98
8 Repeat Business
112
10 Now What?
138
Index
150
Abuot the Author
156
Acknowledgments
157
Other Zest Books
158
Back Cover
161
Spine
162
Copyright

9 Doing Good
122

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About the author (2011)

Kenrya Rankin is a writer and business reporter based in Washington, D.C., who has contributed to Parlour magazine, Latina, Reader’s Digest, UPTOWN magazine, Glamour, Black Enterprise, Vibe’s Prodigy, Consumer Report’s ShopSmart, WeddingChannel, TheLoop21, and The Plain Dealer.

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