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Jonathan Reuvid

Start Up Wise

'The perfect concise guide to creating your own company from scratch: brilliant' Graham Richards
The Seven Stages to Launch You to Success
There is much to consider when starting a business. Knowing what to do first, whether you have a concept that works for you, what resources to access and how to get started can be overwhelming and seemingly-complicated.
Start-Up Wise is a comprehensive, all-in-one-place guide providing everything you need to know for your journey, outlining seven key steps on how to start, manage and develop your business:

Generating, developing and confirming your business ideas
Correct legal structure and brand identity
Realistic business plan
Financial and tax obligations
Funding options
Cost and time-effective business systems
Building and growing your business for the future
It is important to understand why you are starting a business and then to focus on ideas and steps that will build your ideal growing and successful business. Start-Up Wise has compiled all of the key information in one guide to help you achieve this.
Jonathan Reuvid is a former economist for French oil company Total and later Director of European Operations of the manufacturing subsidiaries of a Fortune 500 multinational before engaging in joint ventures and start-ups in China. He is an experienced business writer having authored and edited over 80 business books.
145 printed pages
Original publication
2019
Publication year
2019
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Quotes

    Boris Svecnikovshas quoted2 years ago
    Most business angels and venture capitalists aim to exit their investment within 3 to 4 years.
    Boris Svecnikovshas quoted2 years ago
    I draw three conclusions:
    • Raising funds for start-ups present the greatest challenge.
    • At each stage of a developing business, don’t take more cash from investors than you realistically need.
    • Whenever possible, for start-ups take in investment rather than borrow
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