Easy Business for Women with Little or No Money
AuthorHouse, 2003 M01 1 - 216 páginas
Explains how easy it is to start and run a business. List many businesses to start with little or no money. Shows how to turn those arts and crafts items into a business. Very informative for men and women.
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Dr. M.E. Waters' book addresses many of the basic principles that one needs to consider before starting a business. As with most things, the foundation on which you uild your business will determine ...
To get clarifications on what your needs are, you might want to consider reading books, talking to people, or just analyzing the data already available to you. The most important step of starting a business is to just do it.
Listed below are a few factors to consider when choosing the right business. • Experience • Money • Interests and hobbies • Skills • Education/training You may have many experiences in life from school and work that you can use to run a ...
Other ideas and opportunities to consider when choosing the right business are: (a) your gifts and talents, (b) things you like to do, (c) what you are trained to do well, and (d) anything you enjoy and will do for free.
To gain more knowledge in the areas where you are weak, you might consider getting formal training at a local college or taking correspondence courses. If there is a time constraint and you need immediate assistance, hiring someone with ...
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BUSINESS BASICS CHAPTER 2
TIPS ON FUNDING YOUR BUSINESS CHAPTER 3
MARKETING ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET CHAPTER 4
FINANCIAL REPORT CHAPTER 5
NINE EASY HOMEBASED CRAFT AND
BUSINESS SUCCESS CHAPTER 7
Appendix A Business Resources
Appendix B Arts Crafts Resources
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