The Young Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting and Running a Business: Turn Your Ideas into Money!
It doesn't matter how old you are or where you're from; you can start a profitable business. The Young Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting and Running a Business will show you how.
Through stories of young entrepreneurs who have started businesses, this book illustrates how to turn hobbies, skills, and interests into profit-making ventures. Mariotti describes the characteristics of the successful entrepreneur and covers the nuts and bolts of getting a business up, running and successful.
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CHAPIER3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND THE ECONOMY
CHAPTER A CHOOSING THE RIGHT LEGAL STRUCTURE FOR YOUR BUSINESS
RAISING THE MONEY TO START IT UP
Financing Strategies That Workfor the Young Entrepreneur
connect WITH customers
Affordable Ways to Find Out Who Your Customers Are What They Want and How to Reach Them
DOINGGOOD IS GOOD BUSINESS
AClear Method for Keeping Good Records
PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS
How to Secure and Monetize Your Ideas and Creations
GROW YOUR BUSINESS
Staying Organized0m Track and Profitable
Recruit Great Employees Motivateſhem and Handle the Paperwork
HARWEST YOUR BUSINESS
INVEST NOW LOVEYOUR LIFELATER
Why Being S║cially Responsible Makes Your Business More Profitable
Learn to Sell and Youll Never Be Broke
Tactics and ſ║lsto Get What You Want
An Easy System for Tracking Costs and Profits
STEPBYSIEP BOOKKEEPING FORENTREPRENEURS
WRITE A WINNING BUSINESS PLAN
Math Cheat Sheet
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