Working Solo Sourcebook: Essential Resources for Independent Entrepreneurs

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Portico Press, Oct 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 315 pages
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The essential resources you need for solo business successThis handy, one-stop reference is your ticket to more than 1,200 business resources—each designed to help make your solo venture a smashing success. From professional organizations and government agencies to magazines, videos, and more, it gives you the lowdown on where to turn and whom to ask for expert advice, guidance, and support. This thoroughly revised Second Edition includes a wealth of new material highlighted by expanded listings of Internet resources, Web site addresses, small business associations, and publications, as well as top educational opportunities for independent entrepreneurs. This invaluable resource will show you how to: Master new business skills Access free and low-cost services Establish valuable professional contacts Tap into technology resources Locate quality business books and newsletters, tapes, and networks Track down special supplies Market and advertise effectively Keep your business fresh, exciting, and profitable. Companion to the updated edition of the bestselling Working Solo

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Terri Lonier is the nation's leading expert on solo entrepreneurs. She advises major corporations on how to reach the rapidly growing small business and SOHO (small office/home office) market, and hosts the exclusive annual executive conference, the SOHO Summit. She is the author of the widely acclaimed Working Solo series and features up-to-date information for and about this market on the Working Solo Web site (

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