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by admin on October 4, 2012 in Business Plans, Business Startups, Entrepreneur Following on from my post on "Business Plan – An important lesson" I have had comments about the minimum requirements for a business plan and where they can get an expanded contents list that they can Article source: By: Warren Meadley

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Your Business Plan – An important lesson

I was talking to a restauranteur friend of mine last week, a very successful one at that, and we were discussing how he set his business up and what were some of the issues/problems that he would approach differently. I was most surprised when I raised the issue of writing Article source: By: Warren [...]

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       Tuesday 25 September 2012   Meet Albert McFlaherty . Earlier this year, Albert started selling lemonade from his lemonade stand. Soon, his business began to exceed his expectations, so he decided to expand. But Albert didn’t know where to start or who could help him. Luckily Article source: By: Government Business presented by Retail [...]

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       Wednesday 26 September 2012   Meet Edwin Z Ingleton . Edwin is a proud ice-cream business owner. However, his first venture into the industry was no success story. He was passionate about his quirky flavours but he needed to change his market strategy and didn’t know Article source: By: Government Business presented by Retail [...]

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How I overcame the hurdles of manufacturing in China

Doing business overseas can be a daunting prospect for even the most experienced entrepreneurs, let alone a primary school teacher with no prior business experience. For Robyne Luketic, an ICT specialist teacher at a Melbourne primary school, the journey from teacher to inventor to businesswoman hasn’t always been smooth. However, Article source: By: StartUpSmart [...]

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Spotlight: Justins Nut Butter’s Justin Gold, Entrepreneur of 2012 Finalist

Editor's Note: Each year, we honor a top entrepreneur in our annual Entrepreneur contest. Meet the finalists in the running for Entrepreneur of 2012 and vote for your favorite to win. Here, a look at Justin Gold, founder of Justin's Nut Butter. Justin Gold’s squeeze-it nut butter packets have Article source: By: Entrepreneur presented [...]

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How Teen Inventor Went From Sketch to Prototype in 6 Months

  Necessity may indeed be the mother of invention. Sometimes, though, an actual mother is the necessity — for the inventor at least. That’s the case for Carter Kostler, a 14-year-old ninth-grader from Virginia Beach, Va., whose parents invested time, research and personal funds to make his vision a reality. Article source: By: Entrepreneur [...]

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4 Ways to Stop Making Excuses and Follow Your Passion

Remember waking up before dawn to jump into the lake at summer camp? The hardest part was the moment right before you jumped, when you knew the water would be freezing cold but didn't yet trust that you'd acclimate. For would-be entrepreneurs who want to follow their passion but haven't Article source: By: Entrepreneur [...]

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The Creator of ‘The Best Sandwich in America’ Shares His Secrets to Success

Business is booming for Tommy DiNic's, a family-run sandwich stand at the Reading Terminal Market in downtown Philadelphia that was established in 1954. Its roast pork, provolone and broccoli rabe sandwich was recently crowned the Best Sandwich in America by Travel Channel Man vs. Food host Adam Richman. Richman toured Article source: By: Entrepreneur [...]

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5 Tips for Transforming Your Hobby Into a Business From the ‘Toy Hunter’

"Do what you love and the money will follow." Entrepreneurs have heard this advice countless times through the years. What's wrong with it? Most people who try to turn their leisure pastimes into a business fail at it miserably. They end up with a big, expensive hobby, not a successful small Article source: By: Entrepreneur [...]

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