Starting a Business in Australia by D. Penrith, G Hobbs
Starting a Business in Australia gives all the information and advice you need on the practicalities and legalities of setting up or buying a business, and explores the trades and professions which are most in demand. It covers the possibilities for setting yourself up as a professional or craftsman as well as the potential for running businesses such as hostels, tourist attractions, vineyards, shops and farms.
Your Home Business by Helen Chryssides
Are you looking for a change? Why not join the one million Australians and 200 000 New Zealanders who have already escaped the grind of the daily commute and corporate life to set up their own successful businesses at home. In Your Home Business, read about the experiences of other home business operators to learn all the inside information on starting and running your own business from home.
Instant Repeat Business by Bradley J. Sugars
Keep your existing customers happy, loyal . . . and buying. Your promotional campaign worked like a charm and the flow of new customers has been phenomenal. So why are your profits lagging? Maybe because while you were busy chasing after new customers you overlooked your old ones. Self-made millionaire and entrepreneurial expert Brad Sugars shows you how to cultivate a big base of loyal customers who buy, buy, and buy again.
Retail Australia by H. Zawatzky, R. Sayers, D. Templar
The life of a retailer is not easy, to succeed you have to wear many hats. You have to be the buyer, salesperson and the accountant all wrapped into one. Unfortunately, most business owners have not been professionally trained in finance and accounting. The need to make sound financial decisions in order to survive has never been more important. In Retail Australia:Understanding the Financials of your Business the authors share a series of simple financial strategies that will help to you survive the hard times and to grow your business in good times.
Start Up and Run Your Own Business by Jonathan Reuvid
More than a 'how to' book, Start Up and Run Your Own Business brings the skills of an experienced blue-chip business and financial consultant to bear on your enterprise. Now in its 6th edition, the book lends you both the authority and experience you need to make the right decisions to ensure your business gets past the critical first few years.
Small Business Start-Up Kit by Peri H. Pakroo
Many people dream of running a business of their own -- but often don't know how to start. Sound familiar? This book can help. User-friendly and loaded with tips, The Small Business Start-Up Kit shows you how to launch a business quickly, easily and with confidence
Adams Streetwise Small Business Start-Up by Bob Adams
This guide to establishing a small business not only explains the daunting challenge of getting started but helps readers through the even more intimidating processes necessary to keep the operation running. Packed with detailed instructions and colorful, illustrated examples, Small Business Start-Up is a neatly organized and easy-to-follow book.
Start Your Own Wedding Consultant Business by E. Press
It's the most important day in many couples' lives, and everything needs to be perfect. With weddings becoming larger, costlier and more complex, more than two-thirds of engaged couples are turning to professional wedding consultants for help. Learn how to combine your creative vision with their individual preferences to create the wedding of their dreams. Discover the newest wedding trends, such as destination weddings, tapas-style catering, disposable video cameras, wedding logos and more-and find out how to be the first to adopt new trends.
The Art of the Start by Guy Kawasaki
The Art of the Start will give you the essential steps to launch great products, services, and companies—whether you are dreaming of starting the next Microsoft or a not-for-profit that’s going to change the world. It also shows managers how to unleash entrepreneurial thinking at established companies, helping them foster the pluck and creativity that their businesses need to stay ahead of the pack.
Start Your Own Specialty Travel & Tour Business by E. Press
If you're looking for a business loaded with adventure, you've found it. Imagine exploring the pristine wilderness of Alaska, paddling down the Amazon River, or scuba diving Australia's Great Barrier Reef-and getting paid for it! That's the kind off excitement that awaits you in the specialty travel industry. Unlike traditional travel agencies, you'll focus on specialty tour packages that offer travelers truly unique experiences ranging from white-water rafting to wildlife safaris to tours of gourmet restaurants. The key to success in this business is finding your niche and creating unusual tour packages that will intrigue and excite.