If anyone knows what it takes to be an elite entrepreneur, itas Ephren Taylor. Author of a 2009 Wall Street Journal bestseller Creating Success from the Inside Out, Taylor started his first business venture at age 12, when he began making video games. By age 17, he built a multimillion-dollar technology company and took a company public at age 23. Now 27, Taylor appears weekly on FOX News and has been featured on 20/20, PBS, Black Enterprise and CNN Money, and even his own infomercial as the youngest ever African-American CEO of a publicly traded company. In The Elite Entrepreneur: How to Master the 7 Phases of Growth a Take Your Business from Pennies to Billions, Taylor, with Rusty Fischer, relays his years of successful business experience to take the guesswork out of entrepreneurialism. Full of anecdotes, tips, strategies and resources, The Elite Entrepreneur and Taylor identify and gives readers advice on the essential seven phases of business: ac Startup ac Branding ac Sales ac Hiring ac Innovation, joint ventures and partnerships ac Stock offerings ac Charity and social entrepreneurship The Elite Entrepreneur contains a checklist to help readers determine what their next steps should be. This book will provide the reader a young or old, doctorate or GED-holder a the motivation and tools to break the mold and become an Elite Entrepreneur.One of the best ways to manage your cash flow is to know your needs. ... If youa#39;re in the ideas or music business, you may need only a basement office and a really great laptop and considerable hard drive space. ... Besides that, leta#39;s say that you were to get a ton of financing, have a huge influx of cash to start this greeting card company ... stock them at the grocery store, in the drugstore . . . at Walmart!
|Title||:||The Elite Entrepreneur|
|Publisher||:||BenBella Books, Inc. - 2013-08-21|