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Whether you’re starting a new business or you’ve been in business for a while, Creating a Business Plan for Dummies covers everything you need to know. Find out if your business idea has the potential to succeed, how to identify your strategic advantage, and what you can do to gain an edge over the competition. Find out why a business plan doesn’t have to be a thirty-page document that takes days to write, but can be a simple process that you follow in steps when working on your business concept. Learn how to set up an elevator pitch, create an initial budget, and create realistic sales projections. Find out how to estimate and manage your expenses, and develop financial forecasts that will allow you to calculate your break-even point. Take a look at the risks involved in this business and experiment with different scenarios to see if you are on the right track.
Business For Dummies Audiobook
A good business plan is the first step to success for any new business, and getting it right can mean the difference between big profits and big trouble. Creating a Business Plan for Dummies gives you the detailed advice you need to design a great business plan that guides your business from concept to reality.
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Veechi Curtis is a qualified accountant and consultant specializing in small business finance, marketing and technology. He is the author of many best-selling business titles in Australia and New Zealand, including Small Business for Dummies, MYOB® Software for Dummies and Bookkeeping for Dummies.
Kat Gould grew up in Sydney, Australia and moved to the United States in 1990 after traveling extensively. She is a classically trained actress with a BFA from Southern Oregon University and has appeared in many regional productions. His passion for storytelling, communication, and language is matched perfectly by his mastery of character and speech. He could converse in French, Spanish, and Italian, and was an avid reader of fiction, philosophy, and psychology to deepen his understanding and ability to express the human condition.