Entrepreneur magazine
November 1996

November 1996

Entrepreneur | November 1996
November 1996
Entrepreneur Magazine

Fatal Flaws

Red flags that make potential financing sources think twice

Get Real

Let customers see the real you. . .and watch your sales skyrocket.

Soft Touch

A soft sell makes the hard step of buying from you a whole lot easier.

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Contact Sources

Prices keep dropping--giving you more computer than ever for your money.

Making Waves

Small-business owners go to Washington to make their voices heard.

Just Say No

10 deals you should never say yes to

Turn It On

Creativity is crucial to your business' success. Here's how to fire it up.

Blue Skies?

The new minimum wage law could mean sunny skies--or clouds on the horizon.

Q & A: Jack ZengerMeasuring Up

Are your employees as productive as they can be?

Hot To Buy

New products for small and homebased businesses.

Personal Digital Assistants

These electronic organizers can be the small-business owner's little helper.

Spicing Up Seasonal Sales

Use these creative promotions to increase your holiday profits.

Untangling The Web

How to market on the Internet with or without a Web site

Taking Stock

Failure after failure could not stop Charles Schwab from achieving huge success.

Step 7: Choose A Location

Where you set up shop is crucial to your success.

Going Global

How to promote your product around the world

Special Delivery

3 Mail order businesses that can bring you letter-perfect profits.

Out Of The Ashes

How to recover from the burnout blues.

Financial Aid

Top 100 franchisors that lend you money

Making Waves

Small-business owners go to Washington to make their voices heard.

Soft Touch

A soft sell makes the hard step of buying from you a whole lot easier.

The Winner-Take-All Society

More business-related books worth a look this month.

Counter Culture

Diners that combine comfort food with updated touches are serving up big sales.

Mighty Morphing

A new survey shows leading businesses have one thing in common: change.

Turf Wars

A landmark court ruling could have new implications in franchise relationships.

FYI: Business HotlineGrowing Pains

Want to expand your business? Don't let legal issues choke your growth.

Yours, Mine And Ours

Protect your business with a prenuptial agreement.

Mirror, Mirror

What kind of image do you project to your staff?

Double Trouble

A well-drafted agreement can keep you out of court if your partnership breaks up.

Flex Time

Learning to be flexible in any situation can be the key to effective leadership.

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