Authors: Vincent McHugh and Paul Mackey
Published: © 2014 – Fourth Edition
The book can be downloaded or ordered in paperback.
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How to start and manage yourHow to develop new customers and accounts for your business.
How to choose the best name and location for your company.
business and includes:
Projecting Your Sales Potential
The licenses, regulations and permits that you will need to operate your How to analyze the competition to determine the best way to compete in your market area.
How to establish cost and cash controls.
How to devise your Links to local and government websites to assist you in the start-up and ongoing management of your Promotional Details:funeral home does not happen by accident. This book will show you to carefully plan to start your funeral home. Then the book will explain how to manage your business on a day to day basis with information about market analysis and planning, advertising, employee records and training, accounting and bookkeeping, determining your target market, how to analyze the competition, and much more. Start your funeral home today, the right way!
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