I downloaded this book while I was studying for my degree, but never got round to reading it (thankfully, I got the grade I wanted without the help of this book!). One year later, I finally read it…
This is a useful book with some great tips (20, to be exact) for anyone hoping to start a business. It’s ideal if you have an entrepreneurial idea, but you’re not quite sure how to launch a start-up business.
Practical, concise and nicely structured, this book uses real-life case studies to illustrate the perks and pitfalls of striking out on your own. It’s achieved the perfect balance of motivational vs realistic; Bridge doesn’t shy away from describing just how tough the business world can be. This book does, however, allow you to learn from others’ mistakes whilst picking up tips on best practice to ensure you have the best possible chance of making your business a success.
Highly recommended for budding entrepreneurs, new business owners and anyone studying a business/entrepreneurship-related discipline.
Now to find that multi-million pound business idea! Any ideas? Let me know in the comments!