5 edition of Small Business: Beating the Odds found in the catalog.
Small Business: Beating the Odds
December 1995 by Carroll & Graf Pub .
Written in English
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Once upon a time a guy who loved building decided to start a business. He was soon working 70 hours a week, “buying jobs,” as they say, and losing money. About 50% of new, small businesses go under within five years, but Troy Leach, owner of ViLeach Development, in Denver, is determined to beat the odds.
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Guest Article It’s lonely at the top. Especially if you are a small business. There are nearly 30 million small businesses in the United States, but only about 5 million of them look like miniature large businesses.
The vast majorities are businesses with people. Getting large is not the prime directive, surviving and prospering Continue reading How to Beat the Odds As a Small.