About My Sister'S Business: The Black Woman'S Road Map To Successful Entrepreneurship by Fran HarrisAbout My Sister'S Business: The Black Woman'S Road Map To Successful Entrepreneurship by Fran Harris

About My Sister'S Business: The Black Woman'S Road Map To Successful Entrepreneurship

byFran HarrisIntroduction byTerrie M. Williams

Paperback | August 29, 1996

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Sure, as a woman and an African American starting your own business, you will encounter boulders in your path. But black women in America have always had to be tenacious and resourceful. Don't even think about allowing age, the economy, racism, sexism and all those pesky irritants to stop you. The best argument against them is excellence. Young, gifted and disciplined, Fran Harris is leading the way for all of us. In About My Sister's Business, she has shared her knowledge and experience with you, and it comes straight from the heart. This book is full of concrete advice on how to start your own business, create a business plan, raise capital, be your own marketing and publicity firm, run your business from your home, and much, much more! She has also asked other entrepreneuring sisters to share their experiences with you. Allow their examples to lift, guide and inspire you. It's knowing that we're not alone that pulls us through. We're on this planet to support each other. We must keep the cyclegoing. That's why this book is invaluable.
Title:About My Sister'S Business: The Black Woman'S Road Map To Successful EntrepreneurshipFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9.25 × 6.12 × 0.7 inPublished:August 29, 1996Publisher:Touchstone

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ISBN - 10:0684818396

ISBN - 13:9780684818399

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Harris, nominated for Entrepreneur of the Year by Inc. magazine, offers big ideas to small-business owners. Here she turns her attention to the stories of African-American women who have learned to thrive economically under the most adverse circumstances--and pinpoints how others can follow in their footsteps. Harris explores the roadblocks that African-American women face on thier journeys toward business ownership and helps readers evaluate their progress