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Running a Micro Business

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Running a Micro Business will help teenagers manage a small business while keeping up with homework, sports, family and friends. This book follows Starting a Micro Business and discusses sales, customers service, marketing, record keeping, legal issues and time management.
Paperback, 138 pages
Published September 3rd 2010 by Ambassador Publishing
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Leah Good
Jun 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
I picked this book up at a local homeschool conference. Because I have a bachelors degree in business, I figured most of it would be review, but thought it might be a useful reference to have handy. I was right. It's like having notes from my college classes in a simpler, more practically applicable form. Some of the information was a little over simplified for me, but for a teen or young adult just learning about business, it would be perfect. About half of this book focuses around proper recor ...more
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