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Want to start a small business — or energize the one you already have? This practical, no-nonsense guide gives you expert advice on everything from generating ideas and locating start-up money to hiring the right people, balancing the books, and planning for growth.
Start from scratch — overturn all the stones of a typical small business start-up, from choosing the right niche for you to writing a business plan to creating the right legal framework
If you buy it, will they come? — evaluate an existing business, determine a price, and know what to do after the sale is complete
Get your motor runnin' — discover how to solve the most compellingproblems facing small businesses, from sales creation and marketing to operational issues (and everything in between)
Stay in business — delve into the day-to-day issues you'll face as your business grows, like hiring and maintaining employees, tax laws, and government regulations
"No one should try to start a business without this book."
—Hattie Bryant, creator of the PBS series Small Business 2000
"Eric Tyson continues his never-ending quest to help people gain economic self-sufficiency and freedom."
—Jim Collins, coauthor of Built to Last and author of Good to Great
Keep your business "in business" for the long haul
Implement the latest in financing, hiring, health plans, and more
Utilize the latest technology and social media sites in your small business
Open the book and find:
Advice on gauging whetherentrepreneurship is for you
Tips on personal money management
Ways to successfully start or rejuvenate your small business
How to write a strategic business plan
Guidance on locating financing
The advantages of buying an existing business
Plain-English explanations of legal and tax issues
Time-tested problem-solving tips
Jim Schell is the resident entrepreneur for Small Business School, a weekly television program for PBS and Voice of America.
It is a helpful book if you are new to writing a business plan and have questions about the basics of running a business.Published 1 month ago by Tanya E. Davis
Another good book, it had alot of information that will be very useful as the build their buisness over timePublished 1 month ago by disappionted
Actually a little more basic than what I needed, but for those who are literally just considering staring their own business, it is still full of good information.Published 2 months ago by Amy Rothe
I got this book very quickly. I haven't had time to read it yet but I love these books for dummies. Easy to understand. Thank you.Published 5 months ago by sallie
He really found this book easy to understand, timely and a good overall guide. I would buy this book in combination with others...solid nonetheless.Published 5 months ago by Shantoria Scherrie
Easy to read and great information. I would recommend it to any one looking for basic knowledge or even some more in depth information.Published 5 months ago by Samantha Rivero