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This is the updated version of the best selling book in Hard Cover with Macmillan and Mass Market paperback with Ballantine since 1980. Also see the slightly older version, The Entrepreneur's Guide, also on Kindle, as well as the related audiobooks on audible.com, an Amazon company, which runs the Apple iTunes audiobook store as well as Amazon’s. Discount codes available t This is the updated version of the best selling book in Hard Cover with Macmillan and Mass Market paperback with Ballantine since 1980. Also see the slightly older version, The Entrepreneur's Guide, also on Kindle, as well as the related audiobooks on audible.com, an Amazon company, which runs the Apple iTunes audiobook store as well as Amazon’s. Discount codes available to purchasers. This book emphasizes the basics for entrepreneurs. Why do it? Does your temperament fit? If not, give it a pass and have a happier life. And secondly, a focus on the basics to make a business work: sales, operations, delivery, and getting paid. Do those 4 well, the author says, and the rest will be much easier. Finances, professional advice, and great employees always support businesses that succeed in these fundamentals—think Amazon, Apple, Walmart, Dell, IBM, McDonald’s, and others. Brown gives lots of gritty basic tips to make your ventures work. The Chicago Tribune: “A good introduction to dreamers and budding business people.” The Kirkus Reviews: “A succinct, instructive, often entertaining introduction to the rewards and risks of proprietorship…A productive labor of love.” Or as Brown says, “If you don’t love it, don’t do it.” The tracks say it all! Business Survival Startup Kit Author Deaver Brown About the Survival Kit Series About the Business Survival Kit General Approach: About this ebook Chapter One: Getting Started Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice--Is it for You? Why Avoid Business Startups The Entrepreneurial Profile How Do You Measure Up? Small Companies as a Career Choice Why Work in a Small Company Why Not Work in a Small Company Small Company Employee Profile: What's Needed Chapter Two: Formation Market Selection Venture Capital Appropriate Markets for You Check Your Concept Out Against This Market Profile Seven Sources of Innovative Opportunity Business Model Partners & Employees: Beware the Company You Keep Employees Selecting a Name Incorporation & Setting Up Your Company Investors Buying a Business Intellectual Property Negotiations First Office First Communications What to Expect in the Early Days of Your Adventure Chapter Three: Planning 20 Quick Tips Executive Summaries & Business Plans The Executive Summary: They Get Read The Business Plan: They Get Filed Making the Executive Summary & Business Plan Work for You Chapter Four: Raising the Cash & Your Financial Structure Cash, Credit Card & COD Businesses Calculate Your Needs Capital Sources Vendors & Customers Working Capital & Equipment Loans SBA & CRA Loans Equity: Angels & VCs Chapter Five: Running the Business Nine Startup Strategies The Specifics of Running Your Business How Not to Run Your Business Defining Your Goals & Making Your Company Work What You Should Focus on Personally Good Habits for Your Office: The Boiler Room! Developing Your Talents Chapter Six: Operations Chapter Seven: Accounting & Bookkeeping Chapter Eight: Board, Advisors, Government & Community Chapter Nine: Growth 24 Marketing & Sales Tips to Make It Happen


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This is the updated version of the best selling book in Hard Cover with Macmillan and Mass Market paperback with Ballantine since 1980. Also see the slightly older version, The Entrepreneur's Guide, also on Kindle, as well as the related audiobooks on audible.com, an Amazon company, which runs the Apple iTunes audiobook store as well as Amazon’s. Discount codes available t This is the updated version of the best selling book in Hard Cover with Macmillan and Mass Market paperback with Ballantine since 1980. Also see the slightly older version, The Entrepreneur's Guide, also on Kindle, as well as the related audiobooks on audible.com, an Amazon company, which runs the Apple iTunes audiobook store as well as Amazon’s. Discount codes available to purchasers. This book emphasizes the basics for entrepreneurs. Why do it? Does your temperament fit? If not, give it a pass and have a happier life. And secondly, a focus on the basics to make a business work: sales, operations, delivery, and getting paid. Do those 4 well, the author says, and the rest will be much easier. Finances, professional advice, and great employees always support businesses that succeed in these fundamentals—think Amazon, Apple, Walmart, Dell, IBM, McDonald’s, and others. Brown gives lots of gritty basic tips to make your ventures work. The Chicago Tribune: “A good introduction to dreamers and budding business people.” The Kirkus Reviews: “A succinct, instructive, often entertaining introduction to the rewards and risks of proprietorship…A productive labor of love.” Or as Brown says, “If you don’t love it, don’t do it.” The tracks say it all! Business Survival Startup Kit Author Deaver Brown About the Survival Kit Series About the Business Survival Kit General Approach: About this ebook Chapter One: Getting Started Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice--Is it for You? Why Avoid Business Startups The Entrepreneurial Profile How Do You Measure Up? Small Companies as a Career Choice Why Work in a Small Company Why Not Work in a Small Company Small Company Employee Profile: What's Needed Chapter Two: Formation Market Selection Venture Capital Appropriate Markets for You Check Your Concept Out Against This Market Profile Seven Sources of Innovative Opportunity Business Model Partners & Employees: Beware the Company You Keep Employees Selecting a Name Incorporation & Setting Up Your Company Investors Buying a Business Intellectual Property Negotiations First Office First Communications What to Expect in the Early Days of Your Adventure Chapter Three: Planning 20 Quick Tips Executive Summaries & Business Plans The Executive Summary: They Get Read The Business Plan: They Get Filed Making the Executive Summary & Business Plan Work for You Chapter Four: Raising the Cash & Your Financial Structure Cash, Credit Card & COD Businesses Calculate Your Needs Capital Sources Vendors & Customers Working Capital & Equipment Loans SBA & CRA Loans Equity: Angels & VCs Chapter Five: Running the Business Nine Startup Strategies The Specifics of Running Your Business How Not to Run Your Business Defining Your Goals & Making Your Company Work What You Should Focus on Personally Good Habits for Your Office: The Boiler Room! Developing Your Talents Chapter Six: Operations Chapter Seven: Accounting & Bookkeeping Chapter Eight: Board, Advisors, Government & Community Chapter Nine: Growth 24 Marketing & Sales Tips to Make It Happen

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