WISER: The Definitive Guide to Starting a Business After the Age of 50 is an essential guide for older entrepreneurs which gives them the necessary tools and information to start a new business.
This comprehensive guide includes information on:
- advice on how to get the most out of an advisor, coach, or mentor;
- suggestions on how to build confidence when networking;
- marketing recommendations for both traditional and social media;
- the legal requirements business owners face in a changing world; and
- accounting and financing information.
As the fastest growing and most successful group of new entrepreneurs in the world, new business owners over the age of fifty have the experience, knowledge, initiative, and skills to create successful businesses. However, until now, there has been no catch-all guide to equip them to take on this journey.
WISER: The Definitive Guide to Starting a Business After the Age of 50 is an easy-to-read guide which will have older innovators up and running much quicker than if they try to figure it out on their own. It is essential reading for anyone over fifty who wants to start a new business.
Written by a Canadian entrepreneur and business expert, this book aims to educate entrepreneurs about starting a business with an increasingly global marketplace.
Category: Business and Economics: Entrepreneurship
Book title: WISER: The Definitive Guide to Starting a Business After the Age of 50
Audience: 50+ entrepreneurs
Publication Date: January 20, 2020
Author’s name: Wendy Mayhew
Author’s address: 68 Rochelle Drive, Richmond, Ontario K0A 2Z0
Phone number: 1-613-838-4353
Email address: email@example.com
Binding: Perfect Bound
Page count: 200
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Wendy Mayhew has 40 years of business experience and is the author of Building Your Dream, a higher education textbook on entrepreneurship. As a professional advocate for and supporter of older entrepreneurs, Wendy spearheaded Canada’s 50-over-50 awards and is a regular speaker at colleges, universities, and organizations focused on entrepreneurial development.