Synopses & Reviews
The right way to start a business.
This book includes all the invaluable information from The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Business Plans, Second Edition, but adds a content-rich CD-ROM, featuring more than 90 time-saving planning tools, business forms, and financial worksheets to help entrepreneurs prepare, write, and make the most of their business plans.
? According to the Small Business Administration, in 2007, the number of new businesses was 680,000, and that number is expected to be higher in 2011 as the economy drives people into starting their own businesses
? Features eight business plans covering a broad range of businesses
? The new CD-ROM is user-friendly, up-to-date, and content-rich
This book includes all the information from "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Business Plans, Second Edition," but adds a CD-ROM, featuring more than 90 planning tools, business forms, and financial worksheets to help entrepreneurs prepare, write, and make the most of their business plans.
About the Author
Gwen Moran, a columnist for Entrepreneur magazine, was named a “Young Entrepreneur of the Year” by the U.S. Small Business Administration. She’s been featured on CNBC and NBC, and in the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Insight, and PR Week. Sue Johnson is the regional director of the Small Business Association’s Small Business Development Center at Raritan Valley Community College, where she oversees services provided to small businesses. She has also operated her own small business.