The more advanced a country’s enterprise sector, the more successful is the country and its economy.
In order not to be a basic labour force for foreign capital, but the owner of capital equipment and respective gains, it is wise to learn about entrepreneurship as an alternative means of earning a living.
The first part of Principles of Entrepreneurship gives answers to sixty questions related to entrepreneurship and how it works. The second part includes practical examples from real life. The end part of the book provides samples of documentation necessary for organising a business, additional information on licensed activities, legal acts, professional associations, business centres etc.
“Principles of Entrepreneurship” by Monika Pramann Salu. 152 pages, paperback. Published by Ilo Publishing House, 2005. In Estonian.
Price: 13 EUR (shipping charges will be added to deliveries outside Estonia).