What No One Ever Tells You About Financing your Own Business
Real-life Financing Advice From 101 Successful EntrepreneurseBook - 2005
At least 90 percent of all small business failures can be traced to poor management, lack of planning and under-capitalization. In What No One Ever Tells You About Financing Your Business, small business expert Jan Norman continues her best selling series focusing on success stories and profiles of real-life small-business owners as they determine the best strategy for raising capital for their businesses. Readers will benefit from in the trenches stories, profiling actual business owners on their journey to find and secure financing for starting, sustaining, and growing their business. Readers can't go wrong learning from those who have gone before them. Rookies and seasoned entrepreneurs alike will learn from the mistakes and share in the experiences, techniques and insightful advice from 101 successful business owners on their quest to obtain financing and capital. Each chapter illustrates one experience and approach of an entrepreneur. including: Tools for attracting capital; Startup capital; Conserving cash to stay ahead of the money search; Ongoing business capital; In addition, this guide has an appendix of resources and materials to further assist readers on their quest to build a financially stable business, including examples of the essential tools for obtaining financing, such as a business plan, and a section on conserving capital - working to exhaust the spending power of every dollar
Publisher: Chicago : Dearborn Trade Pub., c2005.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 207 p.)
Alternative Title: Financing your own business
Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK