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How To Write A Business Plan
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
Securing Home and Business provides the most practical information available on safekeeping buildings such as homes, malls, office parks, retail manufacturers and restaurants.
Taken from interviews with professional burglars, this book describes where intrusions most often occur, how burglars are most likely to enter the premises and the burglar's most common actions taken once on the premises. Additionally, Securing Home and Business contains essential marketing and management strategies needed by security professionals, including how to market security services, how to approach potential customers, the nature of customer relations, device selection and placement.
Essential marketing and management strategies needed by security professionals.
How to market security services.
How to approach potential customers.
Why It Sucks To Work At A Restaurant
Learn from an eleven year veteran why working in restaurants can be one of the most stressful and unrewarding jobs you can have. The author covers everything from bad customers to corporate politics.
Business Communication In A Week
Learn in a week, what the experts learn in a lifetime.
Communication at work just got easier
We live in an age when the number of ways in which we communicate in business is constantly increasing. Years ago, we simply had face-to-face communication, phone and letter. Now we also have more, including email, websites, blogs... and yet, if we are honest, alongside this increase in the ways in which we communicate has come a decrease in the level of effective communication.
This book is full of positive guidelines to help you communicate more effectively. You may not be able to change the way your company or organization works, but you can change the way in which you work.
Whether you choose to read it in a week or in a single sitting, Business Communication In A Week is your fastest route to success:
About the Author
Sunday: Know your aims. Who are you writing to/for? What is your message? What response do you want those you are communicating with to make?
- Monday: Listen carefully as colleagues explain the challenges they are facing. When you listen, you show you value your colleagues as individuals.
- Tuesday: Write clearly. Think creatively about what you want to express, organize your thoughts and then draft and edit your email or report.
- Wednesday: Organize better meetings. The key to a successful meeting lies in its preparation, especially why you are holding it, who needs to be present and what you will consider.
- Thursday: Give successful presentations. Prepare well, knowing your audience and your key messages, backed up if necessary by useful visual aids.
- Friday: Build strong working relationships. Good working relationships are the glue that holds an organization together. How can you cultivate stronger working relationships?
- Saturday: Engage effectively online by building - and maintaining - an accessible website and networking by means of social media.
Martin Manser has been a leading communication trainer for many years. His books on written communication have been on bestseller lists, and he has taught a range of courses at London College of Communication and at many global organisations.
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