Basics for Building a Business


As this Executive Edge points out, successful entrepreneurs are risk managers, not risk takers. Covered in this issue are components for a healthy start, such as a sound business model and an effective executive summary, and also some important perspective on how to pick the right business, adopt the right attitude and values, shape your business idea and execute a winning strategy. Fueled by passion and persistence, your entrepreneurial vision can be realized but it’s best to start by knowing some of the basics for building a business.

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