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Dry Cleaners Business Plan By China Doll Publishing
eBook (PDF): $6.25
This is a prewritten business plan for a dry cleaners. It can be reformatted to suit any market or any other business context. It has the financials, marketing plan, and all other business plan... More > requirements and major headings necessary for funding. See for all of your prewritten business plan needs, prewritten essay & dissertation needs, and your e-book needs. The plan is approximately 35 pages in length and the major business plan headings include the following headings or similar: I. Executive Summary II. General Company Description III. Products and Services IV. Marketing Plan V. Operational IV. Management and Organization VII. Personal Financial Statements VIII. Startup Expenses and Capitalization IX. Financial Plan Research Bibliography …or similar< Less
Old Fashion Common Sense for Today's Business By Francene Hash
Paperback: $12.00
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Our country is run off of the small business services and products industry like yours. Projecting Confidence - You already know that you are the best at what you do. You are deeply passionate about... More > being the best seamstress, the best cook, the best lawn care giver, the best child care giver, etc. You get the point. Old Fashion Common Sense for Today’s Business explains the school of thought of excellence in people skills and personal development is the simple yet profound way to develop successful businesses. What will make a person pass ten restaurants to get to yours? Or ten dry cleaners or day care centers? The answer is simply the level of Excellence in how you make them feel.< Less
Farming It By Henry A. Shute
eBook (ePub): $5.00
"All that day sleighs dashed about town, and wood-sleds drawn by single teams, pairs, and fours thronged the streets. The farmers had been waiting for the snow. This set me thinking. What... More > cleaner, better, fresher farm-work could there be than chopping in the winter woods. That's it! I would do it. Business was not very brisk in the office, and if it were, there was no particular need of a man being a slave to his profession. I had known instances of men actually drying up in my profession, and being, as far as real usefulness is concerned, "Like thin ghosts or disembodied creatures." The one thing I needed to develop a real homelike, woodsy, farmer-like feeling was to get into the woods, and load wood, and smell the delicious fragrance of the pines and the balsam of the freshly cut trunks."< Less