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Do you have an idea for something that you want to share with the world but don’t know where to start? Want to make a living without selling your soul? Have a business plan but can't afford to buy anything up front? This book is for you.
As the number of universities offering entrepreneurial programs continues to increase, there is a growing need for a suitable framework for the teaching of entrepreneurship beyond the operational side of the business and the preparation of a business plan. This book offers a fresh approach to entrepreneurship by teaching readers how to discover and create a new firm, or grow an existing one, starting from a firm's or team's capabilities. The core methodology is based on the 'entrepreneurial arch' which provides a more holistic view of entrepreneurship by dividing the business development process into six distinct segments. An important feature of this model is the inclusion of learning units focusing on opportunity identification, business design and risk reduction before the business planning stage is attempted. Illustrated with various real-world examples, this structured and concise book will appeal to students, as well as to practitioners looking to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
You have made the decision to start a business because your ideas and dreams can not wait. Each day you wake up and wonder where to start. However, you are struggling financially, in debt, or fearful. What should you do? What can you do?'Broke Entrepreneur: Get mentally, emotionally, and physically prepared to start a business with litte to no money' motivates aspiring and established entrepreneurs. Written from the perspective of a licensed therapist, growing entrepreneurs learn ways to prepare mentally, emotionally, and physically for a unique journey. Learn if you have what it takes to be a 'Broke Entrepreneur' and change your life forever.
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In the study of entrepreneurship, which has become over the last decade an expanding subject of scholarship there has been little interaction between economists and historians. Most historical studies of entrepreneurship lack a theoretical and comparative approach. For the first time a single volume combines a comparison of eight national experiences, spanning three continents. The chapters written by leading specialists combine historical archive-based work and synthetic theoretic surveys, reflecting the current state and new directions in research.
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