Dirty Business: Chapter 1 - Entrepreneurial attitude

Dirty Business: Chapter 1 - Entrepreneurial attitude
Document type
Book
Author(s)
Hughes, David
Publisher
British Library, The
Date of publication
19 November 2012
Subject(s)
Small business & enterprise: the practicalities of running a small business and the theory of entrepreneurship, Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This chapter from the book Dirty Business by David Hughes outlines the personal qualities you need to start a business, based on the author's experience. Also available here on the MBS Portal are Chapter 14: Cynical security and an interview with the author David Hughes - please see the See also links, below right. 

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