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How to Start, Run, and Stay in Business. The Nuts-and-Bolts Guide to Turning Your Business Dream Into a Reality. 4th Edition

  • ID: 2212006
  • Book
  • 288 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A new 25th anniversary update of the entrepreneur′s bible

For twenty–five years, entrepreneurs have relied on this friendly, comprehensive guide to the basics of successfully operating a small business. Now, this new Fourth Edition of How to Start, Run & Stay in Business completely updates the bestselling classic for today′s entrepreneur. It features all the reliable, straightforward advice readers expect and also includes entirely new information on online business and marketing as well as new Internet resources.

Material on legal and financial issues, international business, customer service, and state and federal tax regulations has been fully revised. Plus, new charts, illustrations, questionnaires, and checklists make the book more practical and useful than ever. Inside, you′ll find world–class guidance on every vital aspect of small business success, including:

  • Preparing a business plan
  • Finding the right location
  • Deciding on an ownership structure
  • Record keeping and taxes
  • Financing and capital
  • Inventory and distribution
  • Hiring and staffing
  • Managing and motivating people
  • Marketing and promotions
  • Risk management
  • And much more

In addition, a wealth of helpful resources covers all your outside needs, from attorneys and accountants to trade associations and Web site designers. Whether your business is brick–and–mortar, mom–and–pop, home–based, or online, How to Start, Run & Stay in Business, Fourth Edition provides all the information you need to make your entrepreneurial dream a reality.

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1. Getting Started.

2. Preparing Your Business Plan.

3. Determining the Best Location.

4. Your Building.

5. Structuring the Business.

6. Recordkeeping and Taxes.

7. Financial Statements.

8. Obtaining Capital.

9. Inventory and Distribution.

10. Setting the Price.

11. Staffing.

12. Managing and Motivating.

13. Developing Your Promotional Strategy.

14. Selling and Servicing.

15. Safeguarding Your Business.

16. International Marketing.

17. Franchising.

18. Getting Help.


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Gregory F. Kishel
Patricia Gunter Kishel
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