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Launch a money-making venture from the comfort of your own home.

Starting a home-based business has special challenges. From preparing the right business plan to your first successful sale, The Home-Based Business Kit gives you the tools you need to succeed and make a profit. Experienced home-based business owners show you how to:
- Write Your Business Plan
- Analyze Market Data
- Prepare a Budget
- Manage Your Time
- Handle Family Distractions
- Set Up Your Home Workspace
- Negotiate with Vendors
- Hire Employees
- Find Customers
- Raise Start-Up Money

Additional features include:
- Case Studies
- Checklists
- Sample Business, Marketing and Financial Plans

Now is the time to turn your skills, hobby or big idea into real money.
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ISBN: 9781402233890
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