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Entrepreneurship For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-06930-1
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384 pages
April 2011
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Introduction.

PART I: Getting Started in Entrepreneurship.

Chapter 1: What's an Entrepreneur, Anyway?

Chapter 2: Moving at the Speed of E-Business.

Chapter 3: Preparing to Hear When Opportunity Knocks.

Chapter 4: Testing an Opportunity Before You Leap.

PART II: Developing your Business Concept.

Chapter 5: Listening to What Your Industry Tells You.

Chapter 6: What Your Customers Can Tell You.

Chapter 7: Designing Products and Services for a New Marketplace.

Chapter 8: Protecting Your Products and Services.

Chapter 9: Getting Products and Services to Customers: Distribution.

Chapter 10: Putting Together Your Start-up Team.

Chapter 11: Assessing Your Start-up Financial Needs.

PART III: Creating a Company.

Chapter 12: Getting Ready to Do a Business Plan.

Chapter 13: Finding Money to Start and Grow Your Venture.

Chapter 14: Starting with the Right Legal Structure.

Chapter 15: Developing a Business Model for a Digital World.

PART IV: Growing a Company.

Chapter 16: Planning for Growth.

Chapter 17: Organizing Your Business for Growth.

Chapter 18: Reaching the Customer.

Chapter 19: Proving You Can Make Money: The Financial Plan.

Chapter 20: Planning for Things That Go Bump in the Night.

PART V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 21: Ten Reasons Not to Start a Business.

Chapter 22: Ten Ways to Spark Your Entrepreneurial Spirit.

Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Use the Internet to Grow Your Business.

Chapter 24: Ten Best Resources for Gathering Competitive Intelligence.

Index.

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