Entrepreneurs need to know how to measure the effectiveness of their operations, human resources and marketing in order to pinpoint inefficiencies and maximize profits. This book outlines all the ways to raise capital and then make it work for you! Many small business owners aren’t able to take that next big step in expanding operations. This book shows you how to raise money to finance expansion, how to analyze key factors in your financial information and develop ratios of return on investment that will indicate the direction you should take your business. Finance & Manage Your Business Growth explains, in easy-to-understand terms, how to get the money you need for your business, and how to grow your business profitably.
Raise capital for your small business
Measure risk and plan for profitability
Grow your small business profitably
Learn the skills to make your bookkeeping business thrive!
Run your own profitable business from home
Start your business with just a small investment
Learn how to successfully market your services
Many bookkeeping services fail because the entrepreneurs who start them focus on bookkeeping and don’t take the time to learn how to plan their businesses and make them profitable. Written in the step-by-step style that has made the Start & Run series the best of its kind, this indispensable guide addresses issues specific to a bookkeeping service, such as how to assess which clients are profitable and when to involve a professional accountant. By following the principles Angie Mohr outlines and using the worksheets that accompany this book, you will be well on your way to owning a successful bookkeeping business. You will learn how to:
assess whether running your own business is right for you
decide whether to work from home
market your services cost-effectively
manage your workload and cashflow
Whether you are just starting your own business or wanting to expand an existing business, this book will show you how. It includes chapters on hiring and managing employees, staying competitive, and planning for business growth.
Get a Grip on Your Business Numbers Financial Management 101: Get a Grip on Your Business Numbers is the second book in the Numbers 101 for Small Business series. This book covers business planning, from understanding financial statements to budgeting for advertising. Angie Mohr's easy-to-understand approach to small-business planning and management ensures that the money coming in is always greater than the money going out!
Analyze financial data to stay in touch with the heart of your business
Measure your business success and pinpoint new opportunities
Understand your business from the inside out
"Even Microsoft and Ford started in someone’s basement or garage," says Angie Mohr. «But people all over the world have been given and idealized and unrealistic view of how to operate a business, and most discount the importance of the basics.»