When you start your own company, you plan it all: product development, customer acquisition, investments, operating expenses, resources, hiring, marketing, technology, variable pay and a hundred other things. You probably spend a lot of your time in planning, which is just as it should be. A well-planned initiative is half the work done. What you might overlook is the most important part of the startup: the entrepreneur. With the right entrepreneur, everything can be worked out, and with an entrepreneur who doesn't know what he is doing, even the best resources do not yield results. So here's a quick guide to figuring out everything you need to become a successful entrepreneur.
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers India|
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About the Author
Rated amongst the 5 Hottest Entrepreneurs by Businessworld in 2010, Rudrajeet Desai is the founder and chairman of Ideacts Innovations, a start-up at heart and multinational with footprint, that today runs the largest shared access Internet application in the world, iCafe manager. Previously he has worked for companies like Cadbury, BPL Mobile and GroupM. This is his first book.