The Kitchen Table Entrepreneur
by Paul Power
Publisher: How To Books Ltd 2007
Number of pages: 160
Kitchen Table Entrepreneurs make the best of what they have in terms of their personal skills, and their financial resources, 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.
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