A refreshingly simple, easy–to–read guide to getting started in business If you′ve ever dreamed of starting your own business, this book will give you the information, inspiration, and reassurance you need to get started. It encourages budding entrepreneurs to take the leap into the dark, while shining a bright light on the first six months of a successful start–up. It breaks down what appears to be an Everest–size challenge into a series of small hills for you to conquer. Written by successful entrepreneur Jeremy Harbour, Go Do! argues that the skills and tactics of successful entrepreneurship can′t be learnt except by doing. So this book offers the guidance and the confidence you need to just go do it.
About Jeremy: - Jeremy Harbour ( www.jeremyharbour.com )lives in Mallorca Spain and is actively involved in buying and selling SME companies in the UK and teaching M&A tactics (specialising in distressed businesses) in Europe
and Asia, he has been runner up Coutts entrepreneur of the year 3 times, appeared on the money channel, has mentored for the princes trust and been involved in the Princes Trust fundraising committee, he has been invited to Buckingham palace and the House of Commons, been interviewed for the telegraph, Sunday times and financial times, has written articles for Mens health & The Sharp edge magazine, has sponsored the gumball Rally and founded the Harbour Club ( www.jeremyharbour.com/HCN )in 2009 to provide experiential training for entrepreneurs looking to learn how to acquire and sell businesses. His book GoDo published by capstone is in shops in April 2012.
Brief history: - During a career spanning over 20 years Jeremy has started many businesses and has grown an organisation to 130+ employees with £10m + revenues, more recently he has also completed over 30 company acquisitions, mostly distressed, and many exits. He also has great knowledge of insolvency and company law. He has a gift for creative deal structures that require little or no funding and no bank leverage, and is renowned for being truly sector agnostic with business interests as diverse as a health club and spa, music school, IT support, telecoms, training, business process outsourcing, cleaning, air conditioning and a cooking school to name a few.