Entrepreneur and Small Business Problem Solver

Entrepreneur and Small Business Problem Solver

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A new, revised edition of the classic guide for entrepreneurs For more than a decade, The Entrepreneur and Small Business Problem Solver has been the go-to resource for budding entrepreneurs and small business owners alike. Now in its Third Edition, this classic has been revised and updated to meet the needs of the modern reader in today's fast-paced business environment. Covering everything from getting a start-up loan to introducing a new product, this comprehensive guide shows you how to deal with the common problems every small business faces-without hiring expensive outside help. This handy guide is packed with the kind of essential, down-to-earth advice everyone running a small business needs-whether you need help with your business plan or collecting a small debt. This new Third Edition features new information on tax law changes, technological advances, and changes in government services, and includes an entirely new chapter on Internet marketing and e-commerce. Focused on practicality, the book also features downloadable, chapter-ending worksheets that will help you retain what you learned and implement it correctly. A truly unique source for sound business guidance, The Entrepreneur and Small Business Problem Solver, Third Edition is an invaluable reference that every business owner needs. Inside, you'll find world-class guidance on these topics and more: How and where to find start-up capital Insuring your business Extending credit and collecting debts Financial record-keeping Carrying out marketing research Pricing products and services Marketing and advertising your business Doing business and marketing online Recruiting and managing employees Protecting your business and avoiding rip-offsFor example, if you sell a product, you want your customer to have the ability to order using a credit card. ... Costs are high in comparison with an ISPa€”as much as a thousand dollars or more a year, compared with $100 to $200 per year for an ISP. ... The mall theory is that: (1) People come to visit the mall and stop in to buy your products or services just like a regular shopping mall, and (2) customers anbsp;...

Title:Entrepreneur and Small Business Problem Solver
Author:William A. Cohen
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2006-02-24


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