Successful entrepreneur and author Robert J. Calvin uses his own knowledge and experienceplus in-depth examinations of real-world start-up successes and failuresto detail the human, technical, and financial issues that confront every new business. From spotting the right opportunity and writing a successful business plan to raising capital, enhancing productivity, and building customer loyalty, Entrepreneurial Management helps budding entrepreneurs master the planning and growth issues required to make any new business a success.
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