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Enterprise Creation: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Success

Author: Richard T. Meyer, Ph.D., President, Orion Technical Associates

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Enterprise Creation

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From the start, entrepreneurs need practical advice on what to expect in building a successful company.  Written from a mentoring perspective, Dr. Meyer provides a roadmap of essentials gained first-hand from years of building a successful technology company.  His refreshing approach to starting an enterprise includes “IPO” (independent, prosperous and out-of-debt), M&A (mortgages and accounts payable), the first aid kit, being as smart or smarter than venture capitalists, and dozens of other routine, but critical, success ingredients. 27 pp.

 

Reviews:

 

“Good job! Right length and topics, and well-written with an engaging style that has lots of content without getting pedantic.”

 

Lawrence B. Kilham, author of Great Idea to a Great Company – Making Inventions Pay

 

“Congratulations! A successful effort.  Early information for those on their entrepreneurial journey is a big deal.  There are various printed guides, but your answers to many questions come right up front.”

 

Sherman McCorkle, President & CEO, Technology Ventures Corporation

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