Modern Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship : Theory, Process and Practice
1. Decision by Modern Entrepreneur 1
2. Methods for Comparing Investment Alternatives 10
3. Replacement Analysis 32
4. Farm Management 44
5. Pre-Fabricated Irrigation Channels 61
6. Purchasing Methods 74
7. Stores Control 86
8. Credit System 106
9. Kinds of Credit 124
10. Treasury Bill Market 138
11. Office Machines 160
12. Production Control 182
13. Typical Production-control Procedure 203
14. Decision-Making Framework for Export Operation 217
15. Privatisation 225
16. Industrial Sickness 247
17. Service Sector and Modern Entrepreneur 266
18. Commercial Banks 283
19. Insurance 292
20. Warehousing 313
21. Price Discrimination and Modem Entrepreneur 325
22. Leadership in Modem Entrepreneur 352
23. Organisation of Foreign Trade by Modem Entrepreneur 374
24. Import Decisions by Modem Entrepreneur 385
25. Bilateral Trade and Rupee Payment Agreements 398
26. Export Trade 405
The Entrepreneur's Guide to Raising Capital
Ask any established business owner to identify his or her toughest challenge when just starting out, and you'll likely get this answer: raising capital. Most aspiring entrepreneurs know far too little about the sources of money that can help start a business or fuel its growth. Where do you get capital? What are investors looking for? How do you ask for money in a way that gets results? This book answers these and many other critical questions. Even more important, entrepreneur and consultant David Nour shows how to develop long-term relationships with financial partner—the people who can help keep a business humming throughout its life.
The Entrepreneur's Guide to Raising Capital, designed to help entrepreneurs navigate the money-raising maze, shows how to attract financing to fund the start-up and growth phases any business moves through. It answers the most common—and the most perplexing—questions entrepreneurs have about financing a business: How do I put together a credible request for funds? How do I choose wisely from among the plethora of financial and strategic investors, consultants, investment bankers, and other intermediaries? How do I identify and avoid the risks associated with various sources of capital? How do I plan for the right kind, amount, and source of smart capital as the business evolves? How do I get the highest return on invested capital? How do I avoid the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make when raising capital?
This book provides real-life, pragmatic advice from entrepreneurs who have raised money from friends, family, angel investors, and banks, as well as institutional investors such as venture capitalists and private equity firms. It details the process from start to finish while spotlighting the danger spots and ways to avoid them. It will be especially useful to those who are uncomfortable making important financial decisions, and to those who are confused by all the conflicting opinions offered by advisors—both well meaning and otherwise. By showing readers the financing ropes, Nour removes a major source of stress for budding entrepreneurs and moves them closer to their dream come true: a successful business.
Entrepreneur - September 2010
Entrepreneur Magazine: Learn about innovative ways to improve your business operations. Get tips on how to boost your business profits. From partnerships to independent start-ups, Entrepreneur is for you if you're a small business owner seeking to expand your business. This magazine includes articles on how to run a business, the psychological aspects of heading up your own company, profiles of stellar entrepreneurs and trends that affect small business.
Entrepreneur – September 2011
Entrepreneur – September 2011
The 20 Essential Things Every Budding Entrepreneur Should Know
Starting a business is one of the most exciting and fulfilling things one can do – and it can make the entrepreneur extremely rich. Unfortunately it can also be very unpredictable, and statistically it is far more likely to end in failure than success. So how does one shift the odds in their favor? The answer is to learn from the people who have already succeeded.
You Can Do It Too brings together the collective knowledge and wisdom of successful British entrepreneurs in the form of 20 essential elements to focus on when starting a business. Each lesson in this valuable blueprint is illustrated by a real entrepreneurial story which looks at why it is important and how to incorporate it into ones own business venture.
You Can Do It Too is the first step to a successful business and an inspirational masterclass for all budding entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneur (August 2011)
Entrepreneur is a publication that carries news stories about entrepreneurialism, small business management, and business opportunities. It is published by Entrepreneur Media Inc., headquartered in Irvine, California.
Entrepreneur magazine is an excellent source of information for entrepreneurs and business owners. It offers advice from leading experts on the latest trends and strategies in marketing, management, technology and much more. It will help you go from the idea stage to business plan to marketplace and beyond. It is the best tool you can have to help you succeed in business.
Preparing The Heart and Mind Of An Entrepreneur
Know a child who likes to sell rocks in the neighborhood? How can you encourage the local lemonade stand owner? Does your teen or pre-teen have any clue about what career they might want to pursue? Business 101 takes the dreamer into business reality. This program prepares studenst and encourages them with real life stories of young adults who looked at their skill set and charted a career path.
The Millionaire Entrepreneur Home Study Course
Ted Nicholas' career is truly amazing. He has successfully started and sold 23 companies. He has written 14 best-selling books. He conducts sell-out seminars around the world.
But Ted is perhaps best known as a copywriter extraordinaire. Many experts consider him the #1 copywriter in the world. Whether anyone is any better is debatable. But people in the know consider him on a bad day in the world’s top five. He strongly believes copywriting skills are not inborn. They can be learned.
Ted will reveal his best copywriting secrets so you can write great sales copy yourself. Or to know what to look for to help you select the right professional copywriter for you.
Announcing the Home-Study Course of a lifetime!
Entrepreneur to Billionaire (Audiobook)
Country boy makes good in this down-home tale of self-made multimillionaire Wyly. In his humble post-Depression Louisiana roots, Wyly learned his first business lessons from football strategy, his father's tiny newspaper business and his mother's bargaining skills. A lucky meeting propelled him to the University of Michigan's Business School and his first corporate job at IBM, where he had to work fast to keep from succumbing to culture shock as he discovered there ain't no Bubbas in Michigan.
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