Business Plan, Business Reality: Starting and Managing your own Business in Canada
There is an obvious need for a concise, adaptable textbook—a book about planning, starting, and managing a small business or some form of self-employment. This text is designed for post-secondary-level courses and workshops. It can also be used by anyone who wants a "do-it-yourself" plan for self-employment (actors, animal wranglers, bodyguards, bush pilots, choreographers, computer geeks, decorators, fashion designers, landscapers, private investigators, researchers, singers, sound mixers, video editors, writers) as well as those who will start more traditional small businesses (clothing stores, consulting finns, machine shops, paralegal offices, photography studios, publishing companies, restaurants). The list is endless.