Sweat Equity: What It Really Takes to Build America's Best Small Companies - by the Guys Who Did It
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Sweat Equity: What It Really Takes to Build America's Best Small Companies - by the Guys Who Did It

by Geoffrey N. Smith, Paul B. Brown
     
 

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Smith, a Forbes editor, and Brown, a Business Week editor, have considerable journalistic experience with emerging companies, defined here as companies under $100 million in sales with five-year growth rates. Their purpose is to analyze the problems entrepreneurs can expect as they try to build their own businesses and to portray the entrepreneurial perspiration that goes into the process. The authors propose a four-stage life cycle: idea, marketing, management, and encore. For each stage key factors are discussed and illustrated with cases from one or more emerging growth companies. Appropriate for businesspeople and investors at this business level, and most suitable for larger business collections. Elin B. Christianson, Library Consultant, Hobart, Ind.

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ISBN-13:
9780671552107
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Publication date:
06/10/1986
Pages:
254

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