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Entrepreneur Magazine. Bringing Your Product to Market. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2220102
  • Book
  • March 1997
  • 376 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Build an empire step by step

Don't risk a small fortune trying to make a big one. Let acclaimedconsultant Don Debelak show you how to get your exciting newproduct off the drawing board and into the marketplace--withoutlosing your shirt! In this book, you'll learn what every inventorand entrepreneur needs to know about manufacturing techniques,product design, distribution channels, patents, licensing, and cashflow. You'll also discover how to handle some very tricky issuesthat are crucial to your success, including

Knowing when your product is market ready

Creating a step-by-step product-to-market strategy

Adjusting your strategy to changing market conditions

Finding financial help from investors, manufacturers, anddistributors

Having manufacturers pay development costs prior tolicensing

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Guide to Integrated Marketing

Human Resources for Small Businesses

Making Money with Your Personal Computer

Small Business Legal Guide

Starting a Home-Based Business

Starting an Import/Export Business

Successful Advertising for Small Businesses


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Facing Realities: Hard Work Lies Ahead.

Financing: Forget the Myths--Here's the Truth.

Drop Your Paranoia: Talk about Your Product Idea!

Professionalism: Know What You're Doing.

Licensing: The Preliminary Work.


Distribution: Nothing Is More Important.

Product Appeal: Will Customers Buy?

Manufacturing Costs: Can Your Product Make a Profit?

Inside Help: Everyone Needs Key Contacts.

Reworking Your Product: How to Adjust and Pass the Go/No-GoDecisions.


The First Sales Period: Proving a Product Will Sell.

Evaluating Initial Sales Results--Before You Spend BigMoney.

Licensing: Now Is the Ideal Time.

The Transitional Period: Growing Your Business.

Checklists for a Smooth-Running Company.

The Business Plan: Turning into an Operating Company.

Financing the Growing Business.

Conclusion: Exhilarating Times: You Too Can Be Successful.



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