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SBA: Write a Business Plan
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Useful Books for Entrepreneurs
The Entrepreneur's Complete Sourcebook by
Call Number: Pomerantz Biz Library HD62.7 .H5 1996
This unique practical sourcebook transcends the standard references, giving entrepreneurs cutting edge expertise in the areas of small business management that matter most.
Small Business Profiles
Call Number: Pomerantz Biz Library FOLIO HD62.7 .S6242
Find information on small businesses ranging from antique shops to graphic design studios.
Small Business Sourcebook by
Call Number: Pomerantz Biz Library HD2346.U5 S65
In this annual annotated guide, you'll discover 21,190 listings of live and print sources of information designed to facilitate the start-up, development and growth of specific small businesses, as well as more than 26,000 similar listings for small business topics.
Entrepreneurial Marketing by
Call Number: ONLINE
It is increasingly apparent that most firms succeed because they are willing to break the rules and act entrepreneurially. The purpose of this text is to examine how this simple trading principle can be applied by any individual in any private or public sector organization using the concept of entrepreneurial marketing, across all aspects of the marketing process.
The Complete Book of Business Plans by
Call Number: Pomerantz Biz Library FOLIO HD62.5 .C65 1994
This business-section staple shows how to write a winning business plan with how-tos and 11 examples that you can use as models while writing your own plan.
Guide to Business Planning by
Call Number: ONLINE
Everything you need to know about preparing a business plan. This guide covers: how to analyze the market, customers and competitors, and the business environment; how to model the business and prepare financial statements; how to examine and explain strategic options; risk analysis; funding issues; the executive summary; how to put your plans into practice