Starting Your Own Business

Starting Your Own Business

by David Lester (Author)

Synopsis

This is the definitive guide to starting a business for all entrepreneurs. This book reveals what it is really like to start up your own business and explains how you can make it happen. It is jam-packed with practical advice and has extensive real life examples. Author, David Lester, is perfectly placed to write this book: himself a serial entrepreneur, he started his first business aged 22 and sold it for millions before he was 30. This guide that will prove invaluable to anyone who is thinking of starting their own business.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 256
Edition: 1st
Publisher: Crimson Publishing
Published: 15 Dec 2007

ISBN 10: 1854584014
ISBN 13: 9781854584014

Media Reviews
The first book I've seen that's as honest about mistakes as about things that have gone well --Tim Campbell, winner The Apprentice, 2005 Great - a plain talking guide that will appear to all budding entrepreneurs --Martin Webb, Channel'4 s Risking it Al You want this book by your side at all times when you are on the start-up journey --Sahar Hashemi, founder of Coffee Republic The best book on starting a business... frank and honest. David doesn't shy away from the difficulties pretty much all new business face, and includes plenty of examples from his own experience. --Neil Infield, Business & IP Manager The best book on starting a business... frank and honest. David doesn't shy away from the difficulties pretty much all new business face, and includes plenty of examples from his own experience. --Neil Infield, Business & IP Manager You want this book by your side at all times when you are on the start-up journey --Sahar Hashemi, founder of Coffee Republic
Author Bio
Managing director of Crimson Business, the UK s leading supplier of information for small and medium-sized businesses, David Lester is an entrepreneurial expert. David worked as a journalist, then qualified as a chartered accountant before becoming an entrepreneur. He founded and built a consumer software company which grew substantially and was sold in 1995. Since then he has founded Crimson Business and has invested in eight other medium-sized businesses ranging from distribution to mail order, technology and functional foods; he sits on the board of several of these companies. He is also an investor in several venture capital funds. David co-founded Business Community Connections, a charity helping other charities work smarter with businesses. David is an ardent fan of Watford Football Club and is married with two sons and lives in south-west London.