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Currently I feel it is a waste of time to consult the economists, statisticians and accountants, except my bankers who could lend my business money, since there is accounting software around that could do most things for you.
As an entrepreneur who has to daily oversees the operations of the business, what trainings do I need in order to manage the business properly?
gorgybabyI would suggest you have someone to proof-read documents for you, if English is not your first language. Learn Direct used to have some interesting things on their website that explained how to go about setting up a business - might be of some help? Or CAB?
It seems rather strange to be posting this on a teaching website...
Gorgybaby or gorgykid? What a gobbly goop you wrote! I could read that the only business you can run is your dirty mouth. Now I know you are not a finance teacher. You are a common citizen of the CAB!
gorgybabyOh. In hindsight, I think I may have been had. Still, makes this forum a bit more lively, I~ suppose.
Again, gorgybaby and gorgykid, you must be a plunker because you failed to spot your own mistake or demonstrate how better you are! How come you misspelt the word - hard?
lol, very interesting thread.
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