The Student Entrepreneur's Guide: How to Start and Run Your Own Business

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McGraw-Hill, 1990 - Business & Economics - 181 pages
This fully updated and revised edition is loaded with ideas for new businesses based on the experiences of young entrepreneurs. Offers inspiration and practical advice--before graduation--for students who want to do something practical. Charts, tables.

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The student entrepreneur's guide: how to start and run your own business

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This book, enlarged and expanded from the original 1981 Ten Speed Press edition, is designed for those students wishing to start a business while still in school, as Kingstone did. Although students ... Read full review

Contents

Business Ideas
2
Getting Started
87
Supplies Pricing Your Product or Service Advertising
110
Copyright

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