Setting up a Small Business

  • Jim Dewhurst
  • Paul Burns
Chapter
Part of the Warwick Small Business Series book series

Abstract

Many people set up small businesses simply because they prefer to be their own boss and work at their own pace. They go into the business with little more than blind optimism about the marketability of one, single product. Unfortunately, their chances of success on this basis are slim.

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© Jim Dewhurst and Paul Burns 1983

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  • Jim Dewhurst
  • Paul Burns

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