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In today’s highly challenging and competitive economy, many people wish to have their own business and manage their own finances, as it shows itself as a better way to have more freedom to travel and also to increase one’s income. The challenge, however, isn’t very different from what we see in business owners, that now, more than ever, feel the pressure to continuously improve themselves and upgrade their business to a more updated level. Taking into account the new paradigms being presented around the world, this book shows, step by step, how to start your own business, how to analyze the value of an business idea, and how to make sure any business is profitable and remains profitable for many years. Here, you will be guided into finding and choosing the best opportunities, but also into judging the choices of others more accurately.

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