Entrepreneurship / Edition 2

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Overview

Entrepreneurs who need to find the solutions to key challenges will turn to Bygrave. The second edition explores the trials and tribulations of entrepreneurship so that they’ll have the necessary tools to start their own businesses. It offers new coverage on social enterprises and ethics due to the rise in green trends and corporate scandals. A new chapter has been added on entrepreneurial selling that examines how to sell to multiple stakeholders. New case studies have also been added to several chapters to provide more relevant views. In addition, updated examples and references are included to provide entrepreneurs with the most useful information.

An authoritative guide for managers and owners in the fastest growing segment of the economy. Bygrave explores spotting and evaluating opportunities, entry strategies for start ups, marketing, financing, preparing business plans, managing a growing business, and strategies for growth.

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Editorial Reviews

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Bygrave ( Venture Capital at the Crossroads , Harvard Business School Pr., 1992), has succeeded admirably in his goal of teaching the art and science of entrepreneurship. He covers all aspects of the entrepreneurial process, including planning a new enterprise, raising capital, marketing strategies, franchising, and dealing with legal and tax issues. This work is rich in detail, providing small business owners and would-be entrepreneurs the information they need to make sound business decisions. Individual chapters are written by academicians and business people. Though some of the charts and analysis may be a bit technical for the neophyte, this is a treasure trove of information for the motivated reader. Recommended for business collections.-- M. Uri Toch, P.L. of Cincinnati & Hamilton Cty., Ohio
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While corporations lay off workers, small businesses create millions of new jobs each year. This book covers all angles of setting up your own business, from spotting market opportunities to protecting intellectual property
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470450376
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 632
  • Sales rank: 738,568
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Bygrave is the Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at Babson College, where he also teaches Free Enterprise. He has also been a successful entrepreneur himself: he founded a high-tech company that was funded with venture capital; he managed a division of another high-tech company that was listed on the NYSE; he co-founded a pharmaceutical database company; and he was a member of the investment committee of a venture capital firm. He spent the 1992-1993 academic year at INSEAD where he introduced an MBA course in Entrepreneurial Finance and led a pan-European team from eight nations that studied entrepreneurs' attitudes toward realizing value and harvesting their companies. One of the outcomes of that research was the initiative that led to the founding of EASDAQ (the European equivalent of NASDAQ). In 1997, he and Michael Hay at the London Business School started the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), which examines the entrepreneurial competitiveness of nations. Bygrave was the 1997 winner of the Ernst Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the supporter category for New England, and one of the three finalists in this category nationwide.


Andrew Zacharakis
is the Paul T. Babson Term Chair in Entrepreneurship and Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship at Babson College. His writings and research focus on two major areas of entrepreneurship: the venture capital decision-making process, and the impact of entrepreneurship on the economy. His 1999 article on new venture failure received editor's award for best article in Journal of Small Business Management and his dissertation received the Heizer Award for outstanding thesis in entrepreneurship in 1995. Zacharakis has been interviewed in newspapers nationwide, including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Boston Globe and The Los Angeles Times, and by several magazines, including Inc., Entrepreneur and Kiplinger's. He has also appeared on television in the Bloomberg Small Business Report and radio on NPR Morning Edition. Prior to his work at Babson, he held investment banking/venture capital positions with The Cambridge Companies. He also previously held positions at IBM and Leisure Technologies.

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Table of Contents

1 The Power of Entrepreneurship.

2 The Entrepreneurial Process.

3 Opportunity Recognition, Shaping, and Reshaping.

4 Understanding Your Business Model and Developing Your Strategy.

5 Entrepreneurial Marketing.

6 Building the Founding Team.

7 The Business Planning Process.

8 Building Your Pro-Forma Financial Statements.

9 Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures Worldwide.

10 Raising Money for Starting and Growing Businesses.

11 Debt and Other Forms of Financing.

12 Legal and Tax Issues.

13 Intellectual Property.

14 Entrepreneurial Growth.

15 Social Entrepreneurship: An Overview.

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