Working solo sourcebook: essential resources for independent entrep[r]eneurs

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Portico Press, 1995 - Business & Economics - 315 pages
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In April 1994, Inc. magazine named Working Solo the Best Business Book for Independent Entrepreneurs, calling it "a terrific guide". Now, this companion sourcebook gives independent professionals fast, easy access to more than 1,200 important business resources.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
15
Business Philosophy
30
These dual elements of information and networking are the pri
31
Choosing a Business
43
Communication Skills
60
Consulting Information
85
Direct Marketing
94
Employees
106
Marketing
186
MinorityOwned Businesses
197
Office Equipment and Supplies
203
Printing and Desktop Publishing
212
Professional Associations
218
Profcct Management
237
Research and Reference
244
Sales
254

Franchises
121
Government Resources
135
Growth and Expansion
153
HomeBased Businesses
157
Insurance
166
Legal Information
174
Starting a Business
261
Taxes
267
Travel Resources
276
WomenOwned Businesses
283
Youthful Entrepreneurs
292
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About the author (1995)

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 (www.workingsolo.com).

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