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How To Attend A Conference Like A Bootstrapped Entrepreneur

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Attending conferences can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. The key is creating a budget and sticking to it, so you are able to attend the conferences that will help your career. When I first started my business, I knew that attending conferences would be beneficial to my success, but I also thought as a startup it would be tough to scrap up some extra money to go. I decided to research the best possible ways to attend a conference, while saving the most money I could. I found that it doesn't have to be expensive, and now I want to share these tips with you. Whether you are a startup business, a blogger, or you have been in business for a long time, everyone can benefit from attending a conference. Plus, anybody could do with saving some money with their business travel.


What Is Entrepreneurship?

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Entrepreneurs are a vital component of a successful economy. They can create jobs and help keep money in their local communities. What is Entrepreneurship? explains the risks and rewards involved for entrepreneurs as they work to bring innovative ideas to life and make their mark on the business world. This title outlines key steps involved in starting, managing, and growing a small business, including research and idea development, writing a business plan, managing financial input and output, and planning for growth. Biographical snapshots highlight the innovative thinking, perseverance, problem-solving skills, and other traits essential to the entrepreneurial spirit.


Introducing Entrepreneurship

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An Introducing Practical Guide to starting up your own business.

Introducing Entrepreneurship: A Practical Guide reveals the stories of the world's greatest entrepreneurs, distilling the key points into down-to-earth, realistic advice to help you turn any business opportunity into a successful venture - while avoiding the pitfalls of pursuing a pipe dream.

About the Author

Alison Price is a freelance Chartered Occupational Psychologist and has worked with over 1,500 individuals, inspiring them to make more out of their lives and their careers. She is a Lecturer on the Occupational Psychology Masters programme for Kingston University and was previously a Senior Management Development Specialist at a FTSE50 financial company.

David Price has spent over 10 years studying personal effectiveness, models of personal achievement and success. David combines qualifications in Life Coaching, Sports Psychology, Positive Psychology, Peak Performance Coaching and as an NLP Practitioner for integrated effectiveness solutions.


Starting A Business In 7 Simple Steps

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Simple steps to a successful start up.

So you've thought about starting a business, but how do you get started? This book breaks it down into seven simple steps. This book includes all the advice you need, from working out the objectives and vision of your company and defining your USPs, to writing a business plan and developing the sales and marketing strategy. Follow our simple steps and learn everything you need for a successful start up. Before long you'll be watching your hard work pay off and doing something you love.


Social Entrepreneurship As A Catalyst For Social Change

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Social Entrepreneurship as a Catalyst for Social Change contains twenty chapters on the impact of social entrepreneurial ventures within a variety of cultural and national contexts. From Brazil to Croatia, from Thailand to Greenland, this book is rare in that it provides a rich landscape in which to imagine additional efforts to bring about positive social change. The case studies cover a broad range of topics with one common theme--how can we learn from what others are doing in the emerging field of social entrepreneurship? The various cases will inspire budding entrepreneurs to new heights of awareness to support the alleviation of poverty in many contexts.

Part Two, Lessons from the Field: How Social Entrepreneurial Companies are Succeeding, discusses the similarities and differences that social entrepreneurial ventures and other businesses must face to be successful. Other topics covered include Entrepreneur Bootcamp for Veterans, microfinance, social entrepreneurship education, and development of a culture of social entrepreneurship.

Part Three, Going from Local to Global, explores the challenges of a social enterprise as it transitions from a national venture to an international one. The relationship between social entrepreneurship and local business development in places such as Sicily is discussed through case studies. A stage theory of social venture internationalisation is put forth. Research connecting social media and social entrepreneurship is used to illustrate the importance of social networks in creating positive social change.

Part four, Challenges in Social Entrepreneurship, explores the challenges that social entrepreneurial ventures face. Ethics of intellectual property rights in social enterprises is a focal topic in this section. Social franchising as an approach to social entrepreneurship is illustrated.



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