There's a new kind of entrepreneurial opportunity emerging for hardnosed, no-nonsense entrepreneurs who prefer the high-reward, high-risk, fast-turnover approach over the steady, lower-risk, long-term venture approach of more typical entrepreneurs. In this new scenario, the entrepreneur seeks to find or create an opportunity, accelerate the growth process, and move to the "harvest" or sell-out stage in the fastest time possible - and then repeat the process again and again. Setting out the step-by-step process of forming a company which is, from the outset, "built to sell", "Ultrapreneuring" shows how to leverage talent and money to achieve the highest investment return in the shortest time period. Written in an easy-to-follow, comprehensible format, it delivers useful, specific information and creative problem-solving strategies for: determining if readers are temperamentally suited for the demands of ultrapreneuring; capitalizing on rapidly developing - and disappearing - markets and technologies; building and leading a smoothly functioning, super-competent management team; exploiting profitable new financing methods in today's new money market; managing the key operational start-up phase and getting the business on the fast track; and understanding the objectives, timing, and key methods of cashing out any type of business.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070025088