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Running a 21st-Century Small Business

Running a 21st-Century Small Business

The Owner's Guide to Starting and Growing Your Company

Companies employing 10 persons or less are the economic powerhouse of the twentieth century. Now, the only book of its kind ever published tells you, step by step, how to start your own very small business and keep it running profitably, through the good times and the tough times. Written by a successful businessman and national lecturer, When Friday Isn’t Payday:
— Helps you answer that all-important question — Do I have what it takes to succeed in my own business?
— Clarifies the issues of partnership and involving family members
— Steers you toward the right location — and tells you how much it will cost to open the doors
— Provides detailed, time-tested strategies for selecting vendors, selling, collecting, planning, goal setting, brain-storming, and problem solving
— Gives invaluable guidance on hiring, firing, training, and motivating employees
— Offers special in-depth sections on advertising, promotion, marketing, and trade shows.
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Genre: Nonfiction / Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship

On Sale: June 27th 2009

Price: $9.99

Page Count: 416

ISBN-13: 9780446562881

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