The McGraw-Hill Guide to Starting Your Own Business: A Step-By-Step Blueprint for the First-Time Entrepreneur
This manual takes the reader step by step through the entire process of starting a new business, from evaluating his or her credentials as an entrepreneur, to identifying and evaluating the best new business opportunities, to obtaining the most favourable funding possible. It seeks to speak directly to the needs and questions of the first-timer, explaining what works and what doesn't work - and why. It is also designed to show that while starting a business can be a mentally stimulating and financially rewarding endeavour, it can also be a time-consuming, demanding and risky undertaking. The author encourages readers to take an objective look at what is involved in starting a business as well as themselves to be sure they have what it takes to succeed.
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In this guide Harper, head of his own management consulting firm, discusses the aspects of becoming an entrepreneur practically and realistically. He covers choosing the type of business; writing the ... Read full review
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