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Black Enterprise Guide to Starting Your Own Business (Black Enterprise Books) by Beech, Wendy (1999)

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  • By A customer on January 20, 2001

    The leader in providing information on black business has took it to the next level with the black enterprise guide to starting your own business. The book outlines the steps needed to reasearch opportunities and make descions. This guide takes your step through step to starting, maintaining, growing a business.

  • By TEG on May 21, 2014

    One of the best overall books for those starting a new small business. Covers a great many critical issues in enough depth to build confidence in those who are ready and build caution in those who need to stay with a W-2 paycheck.The main thing lacking is good coverage of the Internet and social media as company tools as the book was written in 1999. Nonetheless, I use it to teach annual classes of minority business owners-to-be as there's little out there that is as comprehensive about all the other items a new business owner needs to know to get started. BTW, it's for everyone - not just minority businesses!

  • By J.Hardy on December 11, 2016


  • By Auburn Sunset on December 17, 2013

    I used this to start my own business three years ago. It has great tips and processes to get you started. It's not a quick read but very helpful to answering initial questions.

  • By Charlene on September 25, 2015


  • By BJ on November 20, 2009

    I purchased this book because I am interested in starting my own business. It has proven to be a great resource guide. The topics are easy to read and comprehend. In some cases, the discussions are very short and precise. I would recommend for others. However, it is a much better resource guide than a day to day planning guide.

  • By Yemi Bedu on March 19, 2006

    This is an outstanding book. You go through all the things you need to know and why you may make a particular choice. You will know all your possibilities and some of the things to watch out for when making a decision. The book give pictures of the some actual documents you will need so you can look out for them. It also has a quickly referencible section of address, phone, website of institutions to get in contact with exactly to make your business move forward.The reading style is smooth and solid. You can go fast or slow and still pick up a knowledgeable understanding of how to get things *right*. It is one of the best books to have with you all the time to be a companion when you need to quickly review a topic area or make time for one of the other options you may have previously put aside to propel your business.Make sure you accompany this with other books or manuals that specialize in some of the topics to give you a heads up in situations that may change like legal issues or type of business-form you setup.

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