Start Your Own Business, 7th Edition: The Only Startup Book You'll Ever Need

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In 2017, 34 percent of the workforce was considered part of the gig economy. This growing workforce of freelancers and side-giggers is also estimated to grow to 43 percent by 2020. That's four million freelancers, soon to be seven million by 2020.

Whether it's people looking to earn extra money, those tired of their nine-to-five, to entrepreneurs looking to grow their side hustle, Entrepreneur is uniquely qualified to guide a new generation of bold individuals looking to live their best lives and make it happen on their own terms. Whatever industry or jobs this new workforce takes, Start Your Own Business will guide them through the first three years of business. 

They'll gain the know-how of more than 30 years of collective advice from those who've come before them to:

How to avoid analysis paralysis when launching a business
Tips for testing ideas in the real-world before going to market with insights from Gary Vaynerchuk
Decide between building, buying, or becoming a distributor
What to consider when looking for funding from venture capitalists, loans, cash advances, etc.
Whether or not a coworking space is a right move
Tips on running successful Facebook and Google ads as part of a marketing campaign
Use micro-influencers to successfully promote your brand on social media

3 comments on “Start Your Own Business, 7th Edition: The Only Startup Book You'll Ever Need”

  1. Should be called “Start a restaurant, sort of” Very disappointing. First of all, it’s printed on really crap quality paper. But whatever.The book gives barely adequate overviews of some aspects of starting your own business, if you were building a laundromat or restaurant - nothing of value for startups. Close to nothing on key topics like raising money, types of incorporation, legal roadmaps etc.

  2. I started my own business 5 years ago and used ... I started my own business 5 years ago and used this book as a reference. Long story short, I am now a multi-millionaire. Very little to do with this book, but it was helpful for a handful of of things.

  3. for newbies to the business world - Buy the Book I had absolutely no knowledge of business or how businesses work but after purchasing this book i can say it really opened my eyes as to what is involved in starting and running a business. I feel this book is a crash course that covers everything in business and will also be used as a reference when needed and where to find even more info.This book was exactly what i needed for a manufacturing start-up and i now have a 40 point to do list to get things of the ground.AND...

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