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Want to run your own small business? Become self-employed? Freelance full-time, or work as an iPro (independent professional)? You’re not alone. The rise in self-employment, including freelancing, is altering the economies of countries like Canada, the UK, EU member countries, and the US. Soon, you - along with the majority of the global workforce - will need at least some understanding of how to run a business. Because your livelihood will depend on it. Award-winning former journalist Boni Wagner-Stafford and serial entrepreneur John Wagner-Stafford, co-founders of Ingenium Books, help you explore what it takes to work for yourself rather than someone else, including how to find your business idea and who might benefit. You’ll also learn:How your why and your purpose set you apart from competitorsWhich legal matters to address head on and how to choose the right business structureWhat to do about intellectual property, systems, hiring, and meetingsTips for cash flow management, productivity, and how and when to ditch bad customersEverything that goes into creating great brand content that connectsHow to tell it’s the right time to grow your business and when to sellAnd what to watch for when you’re working too long and too hard and you need to take a breakBoni and John aim to help you embrace your own independent nature, get things done faster, better, open new markets, take responsibility, rise from failures, make a significant contribution to the global economy…and rock your Business. Their business and life experience have taught them that you can do what you want and that anything is possible, and that convention and conformity are not always a good thing. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Boni Wagner-Stafford, John Wagner-Stafford. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/133509/bk_acx0_133509_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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This book examines the promotion of venture capital in Israel`s high-tech industry. The financing of high-tech industry has been a challenge in many countries due to the risks associated with these industries. The author believes that the Israeli case study demonstrates some of the major economic challenges facing governments of the day and that the promotion of venture capital in high-tech industry provides some solutions to these challenges. Although a number of researches have been carried out with regards to start-ups and venture capital, very few if any have been dedicated towards the promotion of venture capital in the high-tech industry in Israel. Israel was chosen due to a number of factors that surrounds its transformation into a Start-Up and Innovation Nation with more companies listed on the NASDAQ outside the United States of America since its inception in 1948 due to the co-existence of start-ups and venture capital. It is, however, the author`s conviction that through this book a number of countries will consider venture capital as a critical vehicle for foreign direct investment. This book is critical for policy formulation and implementation in developing countries.