- Sylvie Golod
Don't miss keynote speaker Elisabeth Sanders-Park at the 2013 Libraries and Community Partnership Exchange on Thursday, April 18 at Richland Library Main!
- Bland L.
Need a legal form ASAP? Check out the Gale Legal Forms Library database of legal forms, available through the Richland Library website. Log in with your library card number and PIN to gain immediate access to lease agreements, contracts, power of attorney forms, certificates of incorporation, name change petitions, and hundreds more forms.
- Iris Abney
You have a wonderful idea for a business, so now what? Making your dream a reality begins with a solid business plan. Even if you do not need to seek funding, a business plan is important. The most important person to convince of the feasibility of your plan is yourself.
- Iris Abney
A well-prepared business plan gives your business a professional image. Whether it is your very first business, a second phase or a new venture, it is important to have a good busines plan.
Designed and written for high school students and college undergraduates, Historical Encyclopedia of American Business offers an inviting alternative to works on economic history aimed at graduate students and scholars. The coverage of this set is carefully constructed to include almost every facet of American business history on which students are likely to seek information.
Profiles of significant contributors to business and industry, past and present, written especially for high school students.
Provides information for job seekers on various career areas. Each profile includes a job summary chart, a job description, and up-to-date salary information.
In the second half of the 19th century, America transformed itself into an industrial power, ready to assume a dominant position on the world scene in the 20th century. The development of industrialization and the consumer society brought about opportunities for many Americans as part of an ever-growing middle class, but also resulted in environmental and social degradation that we continue to deal with at the present time.
Designed for the nonspecialist, the Encyclopedia of Business and Finance is a 2-vol. complete reference covering five general areas: finance and banking; accounting; marketing; management; and information systems. Drawing on practical professional expertise as well as that of noted scholars, the contributors include executives, government administrators and scholars from leading business programs from around the United States.
This convenient and exhaustive print reference source is designed to provide entrepreneurs with how-to information that they can apply to their own business. The Encyclopedia contains detailed articles and overviews of all the key information needs of small business users, including financing; financial planning; business plan creation; market analysis; sales strategy; tax planning and more.