Gale “Encyclopedia of Small Business"
Gale Research International | 2001-11 | ISBN-10: 0787649066 | 1100 pages | PDF | 8 Mb
This exhaustive reference tool is arranged alphabetically by topic--from Absenteeism to Zoning Ordinances. From the Introduction: "The Encyclopedia of Small Business serves as a one-stop source for valuable and in-depth information on a wide range of small business topics including: Advertising Media on the Web, Balancing Career and Family, Business Start-ups, Employee Compensation, Family-owned Enterprises, Financing, Franchising, Health Insurance Options, Home-based Businesses, International Marketing, Internet Commerce, Minority Business Development, Product Development, Tax Planning. In addition, special emphasis is given to how these issues - many of which face businesses of all sizes and industries - affect small businesses, from new to well-established family business to rapidly growing enterprises poised for expansion into new markets and emerging industries. Finally, EOSB is written so that it is accessible and relevant to entrepreneurs and small business owners from a variety of backgrounds. Whether the Encyclopedia's user is an entrepreneur fresh form the hallways of the corporate world, an established business owner grappling with work force management issues, a veteran freelancer seeking to expand her client base, or a retiring business owner looking to pass his business on to the next generation, EOSB contains a great deal of valuable information to help guide the entrepreneur's efforts."
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