The Basis for Entrepreneurship

The Basis for Entrepreneurship
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Discusses the franchising industry structures of product-trade name and business-format franchises. Outlines both the advantages and disadvantages of an entrepreneur going into business as a franchise compared to being an independent operation. Includes in-store footage and interviews with franchisors as to why they elected to expand operations through franchising rather…
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Without happy customers a business can't survive. But how do you make them happy? How do you keep them happy? Staff of the Dickens World theme park and the upmarket MacDonald hotel chain give the view from the sharp end. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: A friendly smile and open body language are…
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How does the established business get finance? Dave Nellist makes the points, illustrated by real-life case studies. SALES REVENUE is, of course, the best finance a business can have, because it's self generated. "Retained profits" can be ploughed back into the business without any of the "strings" attached to loans…
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Part of the Series: Accounting and Finance Collection
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From making and taking calls, to transferring calls and putting people on hold, to taking and leaving messages, Are You With Me? connects all the rules of telephone courtesy to a single, simple, easy-to-remember concept: Treat the person on the other end of the line as though they were right…