Published by Empower Life Publishing -
Author Antonia Michele McClammy
What is entrepreneurship? By definition, it is “The capacity and willingness to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with any of its risks to make a profit.” The most obvious example of entrepreneurship is the starting of new businesses.
In economics, entrepreneurship combined with land, labor, natural resources, and capital can produce a profit. An entrepreneurial spirit is characterized by innovation and risk-taking and is an essential part of a nation’s ability to succeed in an ever-changing and increasingly competitive global marketplace.
But, the art of business is more than just assembling product lines or writing simplified phrases. The process takes time and dedication to assemble a unique business idea that is flexible enough to grow with the economy.
ISMM Social Media Marketing has developed an exceptional process; a business strategy that grows out of a company’s value proposition, by which the client’s product/services shine above the competition.
In the United States, there are over 28 million small businesses. Unfortunately, not all businesses are destined for success. In fact, only two-thirds of start-ups will survive the first two years. Therefore, it can be challenging and overbearing; however, building a solid foundation will provide stability. One of the biggest reasons for failure is the lack of research on the potential owners’ part. The only way for any business to succeed is their ability to solve a problem by filling a market need. Then, you must devise a way to grow and change with society, especially the ever-evolving demands of technology.
The basics behind Get Busy Business Book are all about matching the customer’s needs to the right product or services. When a business owner creates a product/service designed to address the consumer’s needs it will attract qualified prospects, along with the ability to build trust-based on compatible interests.
A good business platform is based on educating the potential customer. People do not want to be sold. The best option is to communicate through your knowledge and expertise in the field you practice. When a person understands a concept, it is easy for them to make an informed decision.
In the Get Busy Business Book, readers will learn the basic information on establishing a new business or rebuilding one that is struggling. Once the key fundamentals are established, the results show a professional highly effective platform to start your business.
Chapter One: What is Entrepreneurship?. 16
Chapter Two: Grants & Loans for Entrepreneurs. 24
Chapter Three: How to Set Up My Business! 32
Chapter Four: Safeguarding Your Company/Business Name. 47
What is Copyrighting? 48
What is a Trademark? 55
What is a Patent? 60
Chapter Five: Importance of Business Credit Score. 63
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