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Filled with essential checklists, worksheets and advice, The Small Business Start-Up Guide will get you up and running! The Small Business Start-Up Guide is a must-have resource for anyone starting a business. Covering everything you need to know to start successfully, it will save you immeasurable amounts of time, effort and money. Discover: –Which taxes and regulations you must be aware of –Where to find capital and investors –Whether incorporation is ri… More >>

The Small Business Start-Up Guide

  1. Anonymous
    This was an excellent book to get a high-level overview of what it takes to start a business. This book wasn't written to be a one source guide. It was written to give you all of the important details and procedures of starting a businees, without all of the fluff. If you want to start a business, but have no knowledge of how to do it, then I recommend this as your first book on the subject. Rating: 5 / 5
  2. Anonymous
    This book is useless and a big waste of my $... that I paid for it. While the book is some two hundred pages, the last hundred consist of appendix which could be summarized in less than twenty. The first hundred pages is so completely elementary in nature that I cannot conceive of anyone actually benefiting from its content. Rating: 1 / 5
  3. Joseph S. Maresca
    This is a good place to start if you are planning
    a new business. The book helps to answer the question
    as to whether or not you can compete, product definition,
    the market and optimal locational considerations.

    The presentation describes how to do business research,
    formulate a business plan, decide on a form of organization
    (individual, partnership, corporation, Subchapter S etc. ),
    the prospect of getting government assistance and SEED money .

    Technical sources are the SBA library and SCORE- a partnerhip
    of professionals. The book describes how to make local
    traffic counts, as well as relations with economic development
    agencies and the local Chamber of Commerce.

    The Franchise form of organization is set forth.
    The form of organization consists of the following:
    o location analysis
    o store design
    o operating procedures
    o purchasing procedures and central purchasing
    o financial assistance and venture capitalists

    The acquisition is priced reasonably. Purchase this volume
    if you intend to start a new business. Rating: 4 / 5
  4. Anonymous
    The book could have more focus on specific jobs instead of a vast variety Rating: 3 / 5

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