The Engineer Entrepreneur

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ASME Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 345 pages
Although there are many books available on starting and managing small businesses, very few are written specifically for engineers and engineering-based companies. The successful engineering-based business is born not simply out of the desire to have one's own business, but is equally based on applying sound engineering principles in providing a product or service. Written by an engineer with many years experience running his own business, this book presents the various phases of setting up and running a business based on applying technical knowledge to satisfy customer needs. It also covers basic skills and business structure, along with explanation of all aspects of a business plan, annotated with examples, and many checklist summaries of all the things the entrepreneur should do to ensure a successful startup or to continue the growth of an existing business.

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