Good Small Business Guide 2012

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Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 9781408152386
Size: 10,37 MB
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Fully updated for this 6th annual edition, the Good Small Business Guide 2012 is packed with essential advice for small business owners or budding entrepreneurs. Offering help on all aspects of starting, running and growing a small business, the Guide covers: planning, setting up or acquiring a business, getting to grips with figures, marketing, selling online, and managing yourself and others. Looking for inspiration? Look no further.

Good Small Business Guide 2012

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408164787
Size: 13,61 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Fully updated for this 6th annual edition, the Good Small Business Guide 2012 is packed with essential advice for small business owners or budding entrepreneurs. Offering help on all aspects of starting, running and growing a small business, including: planning, setting up or acquiring a business, getting to grips with figures, marketing, selling online, and managing yourself and others. Containing over 140 easy-to-read articles, brand-new Viewpoints from people who've been there and done it (and lived to tell the tale), and an extensive information directory this fully updated guide offers help on all aspects of starting and growing a small business.

The Small Business Book

Author: Leith Oliver
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1742698654
Size: 16,23 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Small Business Book is the bestselling, hands-on guide to running your own business in New Zealand. This new edition is up-to-date, easy to understand and simple to use. If you are tempted to strike out on your own, this is the book that will help you decide if you've got the right stuff. If you want to go into business now, this is the book that will help you to get started. If you are already in business, this is the book that explains a number of strategies for refining your operation and maximising your profits. The small business sector is, collectively, the biggest business in New Zealand. New ventures are being launched in greater numbers than ever before, and the prospects for success offer hope and a sense of fulfilment to New Zealanders who want to be self-employed. The Small Business Book has been written to help you get into business, successfully stay in business and make a good living from being in business.

The Small Business Guide U S 2012 Edition

Author: MR Owen O. Daniels
Editor: The Small Business Zone
ISBN: 0982903650
Size: 20,71 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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A "Must have" resource for the Entrepreneur. If you are thinking of starting a business or you've already started one, you must own this book. It brings actionable and real-time information to your fingertips. An excellent quick reference guide that points you in the right direction.

Good Small Business Guide 2013 7th Edition

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408178850
Size: 10,65 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Fully updated for this 7th annual edition, the Good Small Business Guide 2013 is packed with essential advice for small business owners or budding entrepreneurs. Offering help on all aspects of starting, running and growing a small business, including: planning, setting up or acquiring a business, getting to grips with figures, marketing, selling online, and managing yourself and others. Containing over 140 easy-to-read articles and an extensive information directory this fully updated guide offers help on all aspects of starting and growing a small business. Features a foreword from the National Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses.

The Good Non Retirement Guide 2012

Author: Frances Kay
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749464550
Size: 13,40 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Retirement is a time of immense opportunity. Without the routine demands of working life, new ambitions can be realized and new experiences enjoyed. Yet with so much to consider, people are often unsure how best to plan for their future. Furthermore, with rising retirement ages, the closure of many final pension salary schemes and uncertainty regarding universal benefits, the scope for concern and confusion is now even greater. The Good Non Retirement Guide is essential reading for all those looking forward to making the most of their retirement, and offers clear and concise suggestions and advice on a broad range of retirement-related subjects, including pensions, tax, leisure activities, voluntary work and health.

Complete Canadian Small Business Guide 4 E

Author: Douglas Gray
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071784721
Size: 15,70 MB
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The Definitive Guide to Owning and Running a Successful Small Business The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide has been the go-to book for thousands of Canadian entrepreneurs ever since it was first published in 1988. Now in its fourth edition, this essential guide updates you on everything you need to know to understand, manage, and take advantage of the latest changes in technology, law, resources, and best practices of today’s small businesses. Renowned experts in their field, Douglas Gray and Diana Gray provide a complete reference for every question you have and offer street-smart tips that will give your small business a competitive advantage. The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide, Fourth Edition, answers all your questions about starting, operating, and expanding your business, including: Should I buy a business, a franchise, or start from scratch? Where do I get financing, how much do I need, and how do I pay it back? How do I get credit from my suppliers, and when should I extend it to my customers? How do I maximize the value of my lawyer, accountant, banker, and insurance broker? How do I use Internet marketing, SEO and social media to enhance my business? How do I hire the best employees—and keep them? Easy-to-read and fully up-to-date, The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide provides the information you need in virtually any situation. Douglas Gray, LLB, is Canada’s foremost authority on small business. Formerly a practicing lawyer, he is the author of 25 bestselling business and personal finance books. He lives in Vancouver, B.C. Visit www.smallbiz.ca Diana Gray is an experienced business owner and consultant. Her company provides centralized business services to small and medium-sized companies as well as home-based businesses.

The Small Business Guide To Government Contracts

Author: Steven Koprince
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814431976
Size: 17,39 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Each year, the federal government awards billions of dollars in small-business contracts. It's both the lifeblood of hundreds of thousands of companies and a quagmire of red tape. One misstep can result in hefty fines, cancelled contracts-even jail time. The Small-Business Guide to Government Contracts puts a wealth of specialized legal counsel at readers' fingertips. It's the one book that looks beyond winning a piece of the $500 billion pie and concentrates on the crucial but complex Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and other rules required for keeping the contract alive and avoiding penalties. Clear answers to the most important compliance questions are inside, including: * Is a small business really small? * Who is eligible for the HUBZone, 8(a), SDVO or WOSB programs? * What salaries and benefits must be offered? * What ethical requirements must be followed? * When does affiliation become a liability? No one can afford to be lax with the rules or too harried to heed them. This book helps contractors meet their compliance obligations-and keep the pipeline flowing.

The Small Business Guide To Online Marketing

Author: Lola Bailey
Editor: Harriman House Limited
ISBN: 1908003677
Size: 18,25 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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If you run a small business, then your customers are online. They search for products online, they assess stores and service providers online, and they buy online. So you and your business need an online presence; the time has long past when a business can afford to be without a website. Once your business has a website, you can't stop there. You need to invest time and energy in establishing your online presence so that your website and range of online marketing tactics work effectively. This is where The Small Business Guide to Online Marketing comes in. This guide to setting up and growing your online presence tells you everything you need to know to get your business' online marketing started and then how to develop your approach. Lola Bailey begins by laying down the essential basics that you need in place before steadily building up to more advanced techniques. Jargon is carefully avoided and step-by-step worked examples illustrate the processes to follow. You will learn: - What internet marking is and how it drives sales - The importance of superior content - How to utilise online performance metrics - What SEO is and how to use it - The benefits of social media - How to use affiliate marketing - What to consider when optimising for mobile If you have up until now shied away from giving your business an online presence because of uncertainty about how to use internet marketing or its use for you, or if you have started to market online but would like to enhance your approach, The Small Business Guide to Online Marketing is for you.