The Girl's Guide to Starting your Own Business
Candid Advice, Frank Talk, and True Stories for the Successful EntrepreneurBook - 2003
Two public relations specialists address the challenges confronting self-employed business women as they offer practical information on how to start a new business and make it a success, covering such topics as how to write a business plan, secure funding, hiring and firing employees, and more. 20,000 first printing.
“This fun and informative book shows aspiring young women how to build their own businesses from the ground up...and stand as tall as a Manhattan highrise.”
—Barbara Corcoran, author of If You Don’t Have Large Breasts Wear Ribbons in Your Pigtails
“This book will do for business what The Joy of Cooking did for the culinary world.”
—Ella Brennan, owner, Commander's Palace
The Girl’s Guide to Starting Your Own Business is a must-read guide for any woman who wants to ditch the cubicle and join the growing ranks of aspiring female entrepreneurs. Revised and updated to reflect a post–financial crisis and Twitter world, this essential business handbook by Caitlin Friedman and Kimberly Yorio offers candid advice, frank talk, and true stories that will help every woman with a great business plan achieve her dream.
Addresses the challenges confronting self-employed businesswomen, offering information on how to start a new business and make it a success, covering such topics as how to write a business plan, secure funding, and hiring and firing employees.