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Robin Bennett came to business relatively late. No selling lemonade to neighbours from the front garden at age six, cleaning cars with rags or a 4am paper round. A cosseted existence lasted until he became a penniless graduate, which forced him to start his first company, aged 23. All of which goes to show that entrepreneurs are just as often made, not born.
Since 1992 he has started eight ... Read more on Robin Bennett
"A clear, dry-humoured and informative book.. immensely practical advice...more likely to actually help you build a business" - El Dink
As the current focus appears to be on entrepreneurs at the moment, away from invoice financing, interest swaps cases and whether or not the government is working, this acutely witty 115-page ...Read more
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