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Small Business Management by
In order to become a successful entrepreneur, one has to have a clear understanding of how to effectively manage a small business. This valuable introduction shows budding entrepreneurs how to launch and run their own firm.
Bring it On! by
Khoury presents an outside-the-box look at how to research a target audience for an optimal return on investment (ROI), understand the competition, write a winning proposal for receiving required funding, adopt a project management methodology, and more.
Beans is the story of The El Espresso, a legend in its own time in Seattle and a coffee company that has prospered by intentionally staying small, inspiring fanatical customer loyalty in the process.
EBooks available in Primo
Today management education has assumed the prime place in the educational services. Business world has realised that professionalism in business operations will prove more beneficial in achieving the economic objective of the business. Business management provides necessary tools and techniques to bring in professionalism in business operations.
Business Management Controls : A Guide
Business Management Controls is a practical guide and reference for the business person who needs to implement, or improve, business controls.
E-Business Management : Integration of Web Technologies with Business Models
This book contains a collection of articles by leading information systems researchers on important topics related to the development of e-business. The goal is to enhance the understanding of the state of the art in e-business, including the most current and forward-looking research.
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