The Complete Idiot's Guide to Low-Cost Startups

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Penguin, Mar 2, 2010 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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Every dream has to start somewhere!

With the shaky economy and unemployment rising, more and more people are trying to find alternative ways to start businesses out of their homes. But what is the right home grown business? What skills are necessary? What will it really cost and how much money will it generate? All these questions and more are answered in 'The Complete Idiot's GuideŽ to Low-Cost Startups'.

- Expert author with over 30 years experience in the area
- Ways to determine which business is right for you - and the most effective to start
- Great, innovative ideas from hi-tech service to low-tech selling
- Practical nuts and bolts advice on starting and running the business
- Solid information about costs, financing, taxes and organization

 

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Contents

Title Page
How Low Is LowCost?
Nuts and Bolts ofa HomeBased Business
Outside Work
Concierge Services
Home Resale Services
Home Makeovers
Interior Design Services
Teaching and Tutoring
Hospitality Beckons
Food Services
Travel and Tour Guide
Event Planner
Business Goods and Services
Professional Services from Home
Virtual Office Providers

Exterior Design Services
Personal Services
Personal Health
Child Care
Elder Care
Pet Care
IT Services
Marketing Services
Goods Resellers
Appendix Websites and Resources by Chapter Index
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