e-books in Small Business & Entrepreneurship category
by Marc Hayes - Smashwords , 2017
In this book bundle you will be guided through valuable step-by-step systems to launch your new online career and begin making real money. You can take the information in these guides to build your own online career, or never take that first step ...
by Mario Franco (ed.) - InTech , 2016
This book intends to contribute to better understanding of the phenomenon of entrepreneurship and innovation, and to show how these business practices can stimulate economic development in various countries and regions worldwide.
by Zane Rozzi - Smashwords , 2016
You know you're destined for more than working for someone else. You're too creative to be constrained by the rules of other companies. You know you're meant to be an entrepreneur. This book will help you start your business with limited savings.
by David Cadden, Sandra Lueder - The Saylor Foundation , 2014
The authors designed the book with a 'less can be more' approach, and by treating small business management as a practical activity rather than as an abstract theoretical concept. It covers some of the major hazards that small business managers face.
by Jose C. Sanchez-Garcia (ed.) - InTech , 2015
The authors explore education programs in different countries, they show experiences in entrepreneurship education, explain how to teach entrepreneurial skills, cultural issues, and propose orientations and reflections on entrepreneurship education.
by David Parrish - Smashwords , 2014
The book provides both inspiration and practical advice or all those involved in running or setting up a creative business. David Parrish draws on his own experience of running creative businesses and the insights he has gained from helping people.
by Sandra Wise - Smashwords , 2013
There are many mistakes that business owners make every single day that will kill their business if they're not careful. Sandra Wise has taken 100 of these most common ways and compiled them into this guide to help business owners prevent this.
by Brychan Thomas - Bookboon , 2013
This textbook begins by introducing the area of technology-based entrepreneurship (TBE), taking into account definitions and background of the subject area, and sets this into context through TBE Education and Regional Development.
by David Satterlee - Smashwords , 2013
This book is for everyone who wants to start, operate or grow their network marketing business. It discusses: self-improvement; communicating; family issues; mastering your vision; getting the right work done; coping with fear, risk and crisis; etc.
by Praveen Kumar - Smashwords , 2013
Network marketing is perhaps the most controversial concept of wealth creation. It generates strong emotions and frustration. This book will restore your shattered dreams by giving you the correct information about network marketing.
by Michael C. Volker - Bookboon , 2012
Do you have an idea for a business? This book will help you to determine how to go about turning your idea into reality and cash. More importantly, as a first step it will help you determine if the idea is even worth pursuing in the first place.
by Roger Cowdrey - BookBoon , 2013
This book considers entrepreneurism as an essential component in all aspects of life. It looks at the various views of entrepreneurism before defining the characteristics that the author believes are required in order to be entrepreneurial.
by Paul Choy - Pachworks , 2012
A practical guide to running and growing a small business. Based on my personal experiences, growing my business from a small start up, to an international company, I provide guidance on the essential steps of running any small business.
by Jason Medley - Smashwords , 2013
Joe McCall reveals his simple systems to automate, delegate and outsource his business. He shows the steps that has allowed him to go on multiple vacations with his family throughout the year while having his system continue to flip houses for him.
by Jonathan Reed - Smashwords , 2012
Today's workers are free agents who sink or swim on their own. So what are you going to do about it? Get Free from Corporate America! The best way to take control of your future is to adopt an entrepreneurial approach to your career.
- Wikibooks , 2010
Getting Started as an Entrepreneur is a brief introduction to the basics of starting your own technology-driven business. Written in concise, simple language, the book is a quick read that you can absorb in a couple of hours.
by Edward E Beals - Fiduciary Press , 1907
There is no such thing in Nature as chance, accident, or uncaused lack. Everything in Nature operates in accordance with LAW. The Law of Financial Success explains how to apply the energy so you may achieve all you desire.
by Russell H. Conwell - Harper & Brothers , 1915
The central idea of the work is that one need not look elsewhere for opportunity, achievement, or fortune -- the resources are present in one's own community. Conwell elaborates on the theme through examples of success involving ordinary Americans.
by Bo van Elzakker, Frank Eyhorn - IFOAM , 2010
This guide is written for those who are actively engaged in setting up or managing organic businesses with groups of smallholders. It provides practical know-how and essential information for planning, managing and expanding such a business.
by Napoleon Hill , 1938
For over 20 years, Napoleon Hill interviewed and studied the 500 greatest wealth-makers of his time. From their examples, he uncovered the universal laws of success -- principles that will work for anyone willing to put them into practice.
by Jeanne Holden - U.S. Department of State , 2007
Entrepreneurship is vital for stimulating economic growth and employment opportunities in all societies. This series of 21 one-page primers discusses the essentials for building and running a business from the planning stages to marketing a product.
by Brychan Thomas, Christopher Miller, Lyndon Murphy - BookBoon , 2011
Volume 1 considers innovation and small business with particular reference to the innovation process. The distinction between invention and innovation is covered. Volume 2 considers industrial settings and essentially attempts to apply the theory.
by Renee Stein - AGET Technologies , 2010
This book is about residential rehabbing and the multiple strategies that can be used to maximize profits in this current economic climate. The author's goal has always been to share knowledge with folks that are truly interested in rehabbing.
by Brian Bieler - Little Falls Press , 2006
This is a book for those not willing to settle for average. The top 10 step-by-step essential career skills and business strategies are in this book. It's fast fun reading, simple and to easy understand and will get you to the top of your game.
by Barbara Beshel - IFA Educational Foundation , 2001
An Introduction to Franchising is designed to introduce young people to the fascinating world of franchising. Many people think of fast food restaurants when they think of franchising. But there are many more types of franchise businesses.
by W. C. Morris - The University of Tennessee , 2010
You have been making wine in your basement for several years and routinely receive accolades on how good your homemade wine tastes. Now you are trying to decide if you should start your own vineyard and build a commercial winery.
- Toolkit Media Group , 2010
Although there isn't any way that you can guarantee that you'll become a successful business owner, you can greatly improve your odds by becoming well-prepared for the task. This book will take you through the process of starting a new business.
by Paul Power - How To Books Ltd , 2007
Kitchen Table Entrepreneurs make the best of what they have in terms of their personal skills, which means they start their businesses from where they are standing right now. This guide helps you to turn this hobby into a profitable business.
by Greg Brue - Entrepreneur Press , 2006
This guide simplifies the terminology and methodology of Six Sigma to make the process accessible and applicable to any small business; teaches the basics of Six Sigma and walks you through a implementation; helps you improve quality and efficiency.
by Bruce Judson - Harper Paperbacks , 2005
This engaging, if optimistic, primer insists that you don't need much capital, or much risk-taking, to start a business. Indeed, according to Yale School of Management professor Judson, the time has never been better for startups.
by Jackie Jarvis - How to Books , 2007
The book sets out to be your own, pocket, marketing consultant. It offers some great ideas and explains how each idea will benefit your business, what you need to do to make it work, and how you can apply it to your own business immediately.