Do you have an idea for a start up? An idea you believe has so much potential it could be worth millions, perhaps even billions! Maybe your business idea is about a restaurant, a new fashion line, a new app, or a niche retail store outlet? If you're looking for advice on how to turn your idea into a thriving business that earns serious money, you need to create a business plan. In this book you will learn how to draft your very own business plan as a professional document which you can use to not only project the future of your company, but present to potential investors and banks for obtaining financing such as a loan. This guide takes you step by step through the different sections of a business plan with easy to follow instructions. Get your startup off on the right track and develop your own business plan today!
Securing Home and Business provides the most practical information available on safekeeping buildings such as homes, malls, office parks, retail manufacturers and restaurants.
The author takes you through his journey of becoming a Restaurant owner and Chef. He details how to start the process, do the research and build the knowledge needed to feel confident enough to take the first steps with straight forward time proven procedures that kept his first restaurant going for more than 12 years. He talks about mistakes as well. This is a must read for all people who have heard from family and friends, "You should open a restaurant" and have seriously thought about it!
There are substantial opportunities and risks in establishing a successful business in developing countries. Financial and economic risks of doing business with developing countries, manifested in World Debt Crisis, require careful examination before a business venture is attempted. The book provides thorough historical information about LDCs' economies and causes of their indebtedness. The most recent data regarding economic performance, indebtedness, and infrastructure, of LDCs are presented as well. The book should prove useful to those considering business in developing countries and to scholars studying economic development and international business and finance.
Written without an extensive use of sophisticated models and jargon, the book is accessible to both academic and nonacademic readers. The book consists of four parts. The first part focuses on defining LDCs and analyzing their stages of economic development. The second part presents two background chapters to aid the reader to put LDCs into an economic and historical context. Part III examines the World Debt Crisis and its effects on developing countries and implications for business in these countries. The final part of the book develops a strategic planning model to assist businesses in deciding whether to do business in indebted LDCs and once the decision is made to guide implementation of business plans. Infrastructure is critical to the success of prospective business enterprise. An appendix presents the most recent and detailed information about infrastructure in LDCs along with an index developed to serve as a quantitative guide to the availability of infrastructure. The book also contains appendices that present detailed data on relevant financial and economic variables in developing countries and an annotated bibliography.
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