Editor: Barbara McLure
This is essential reading for New and Existing business people in Australia.
“Starting a business is not easy. It is time consuming doing the market research, talking to eople, following through leads, compiling information and then putting it all together into a format or plan which you believe will lead you to operating a viable and successful business.
“Running your business after that initial start-up phase is over is no easier. Making sure you are at the leading edge, keeping ahead of the competition, ensuring you are working on, rather than working in your business is once again difficult.
“And then there are the changes in technology, the economy and the recent introduction of the Goods and Services Tax all of which continue to make small business a challenge.
“The Small Business Handbook is a fairly weighty tome but has been designed to cover a wide range of topics, businesses and reach a wide range of people. Those thinking about starting a business, those about to start, those recently into their business, and those people who are well into their business but who feel the need to reassess where they are and how they can do it better are all catered for.
“The Small Business Handbook should be considered as a book that will take you through the stages of your business’ development-start-up, growth, stability and if necessary wind-down.”
- Barbara McLure, Editor