Streetwise Business Plans: Create a Business Plan to Supercharge Your Profits!

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F+W Media, Oct 12, 2006 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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Nearly half of all new businesses fail within the first two years. To beat these odds, your new business needs a plan. Streetwise Business Plans shows you how to create a professional business plan in no time flat. This book explains how to use a business plan to establish a sound business, develop a complete marketing strategy, and forecast change.
  • Updated edition of a long-standing successful title
  • Provides multiple samples of prewritten text for every part of your plan
  • Includes to complete sample business plans
Whether you're expanding an established enterprise or opening a one-person shop, the best way to get your new business off to a good start is with Streetwise Business Plans! The e-book version of this title does not include a CD.

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Is guides you like no other book on how to write a biz plan. The lead ins are what sets this book apart. By providing lead ins, you know exactly what information you should be searching for when you do your market research. Excellent book. I'm in the process of writing my first plan and its comping along beautifully.  

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About the author (2006)

Michele Cagan, C.P.A., has focused her career on providing accounting, tax, and planning services to small businesses. She teaches accounting and computer skills to community college students and private business owners, and is the author of A Beginner's Guide to Navigating Wall Street, An Insider's Guide to Surviving the Audit Process, and Streetwise Structuring Your Business. She resides in Baltimore.

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