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19 Ways to Survive in a Tough Economy
19 Ways to Survive in a Tough Economy

19 Ways to Survive in a Tough Economy

Small Business Strategies for a Tough Economy

101 for Small Business Series

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

184 Pages, 8.25 x 9.75

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $19.95 (US $19.95) (CA $21.95)

Publication Date: April 2009

ISBN 9781551808918

Rights: US

Self-Counsel Press (Apr 2009)

Price: $19.95
 
 

Overview

Strong economies come and go. Your business shouldn't have to!You may have heard the statistic that nine of ten small businesses fail in the first five years of operation. Did you know that for those that make it to year six, an additional 90 percent will fail over the next five years? This means approximately 99 percent of small businesses won't survive their first decade in operation.19 Ways to Survive coaches small-business owners how not to fall victim to these statistics. The book presents practical solutions in easy-to-understand language.

Author Biography

Lynn Spry graduated Cornell University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and immediately joined Anderson Consulting in Information Technology. Throughout her corporate career she worked in almost all areas of technology management including development, project management, quality assurance and even acted as a data base administrator. In 2002 she joined Prudential Financial and was quickly promoted through the ranks to Director of Quality Controls. After almost 15 years of Information Technology management, Lynn is an experienced manager with a talent for process engineering and systems analysis.Philip Spry is a veteran of the US Army who served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. After being honorably discharged from the military, Philip started a corporate career in Information Technology working for Fortune 500 companies such as Prudential Financial, Anderson Consulting and IBM. With over 20 years in technology, he understand the technology challenges faced by business owners.