This one-stop handbook covers everything you need to know: starting out; making your business special; people; enterprise for beginners; marketing; cash management; finance; innovation; export know-how; risks and rewards; avoiding the pitfalls and moving on.Packed with case studies from an enormous variety of businesses, this book draws extensively on the stories of successful entrepreneurs from Financial Mail's unique Enterprise Awards programme, It also covers the issues that everyone with their own business should and must consider, from how to get paid promptly (and what to do if not) to advertising, personnel, the business implications of the euro and how to get investment for future growth.See Appendix 2, Useful Contacts, for how to get in touch. ac Incentives. ... Make your credit terms clear in sales negotiations, on acknowledgements of orders, on account application forms, and on invoices and statements. ... It is a vital control document for senior management to monitor trends and weaknesses. Accounts should be ... This is a list of customers to whom you do not wish to extend more credit.
|Title||:||Fmos Guide To Running Your Own Business|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2012-05-31|