8 edition of Starting Your Business (Small Business Guides) found in the catalog.
May 16, 2001
by DK ADULT
Written in English
|Contributions||Adele Hayward (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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skill. Now, starting a business of your own, you may expect to use that skill 40 or more hours a week. Instead, you must perform the management tasks as well. You must keep the books, analyze accounting records, sit back and do long range planning, jump and handle the expediting and, when everyone has gone home and you finally have.
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You can work virtually and broaden your target market.; There aren't formal certifications or training necessary (although, it's never a bad idea to become certified). Benefit from your business plan. The exercise of creating your business plan pays dividends.
Answer the tough questions now, before the meter is running. Don’t think you need bankers and investors at the outset. The vast majority of small-business start-ups are bootstrapped (self-financed). After all the work you've put into starting your business, it's going to feel awesome to actually see your idea come to life.
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