A journey to success: R2-257/2003E-PDF
Aboriginal women's business planning guide.
This guidebook provides information for Aboriginal women thinking of starting a business. It poses and answers questions in nine different areas: what readers need to know before starting a business; how to develop a product or idea; preparing a business plan; securing start-up money; the role of governments; marketing; using consultants; using mentors; and combining a business with family life. An appendix sets out a sample business plan.
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs.|
|Title||A journey to success|
|Subtitle||Aboriginal women's business planning guide.|
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|Note||Title from cover.|
|Number of Pages||40 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Aboriginal businesses, Aboriginal programs|
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