How to¬†Get Government Contracts is an insider's view of¬†how to get a piece of the $1 trillion the U.S. government spends each year on contracts and grants--and how to build a business selling goods and services to the government.
In¬†How to Create the Next Facebook,¬†tech guru Tom Taulli crystallizes the process by which Facebook was shepherded from idea to IPO to provide a guided blueprint for budding entrepreneurs who are ready to start building their own great business.
High Impact Data Visualization with Power View, Power Map, and Power BI¬†shows how to deliver state-of-the art interactive analysis to browsers and mobile devices using Microsofts innovative new, self-service business intelligence suite.
Healthcare, Insurance, and You is a practical guide that explains in plain language the impact of healthcare reform and the complicated issues of buying insurance, understanding medical bills, and finding great care.¬†It empowers you with tips, resources and strategies for navigating the healthcare system to get the most for your health and your money.
Health Care Reform Simplified: What Professionals in Medicine, Government, Insurance, and Business Need to Know explains the federal law--newly upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court--that implements groundbreaking changes in the U.S. health insurance industry, patient care, and government services.
In this invaluable guide to making a living doing what you love, bestselling author and seasoned entrepreneur Christopher Duncan teaches creative¬†solopreneurs¬†all the real-world skillsfrom marketing to sales to networkingthey need to become their own business.
Going Corporate: A Geek's Guide provides technology professionalsincluding programmers, engineers, designers, and analyststhe information necessary to make the transition from techie¬†in the trenches to project manager, mid-level manager, consultantor even CIO, CTO, or CEO.
Do you have an idea for a commercially viable software product? Would-be software entrepreneurs must consult From Project to Product: Turning Code into a Saleable Product, written by software developer and entrepreneur Rocky Smolin, for an indispensable roadmap to creating a commercially successful software product.