Expert unlocking secret of business via new book
In an efforts to help entrepreneurs and those who already in business to increasing wealthy businesses even when less capital involved, Dilim Okeke, in her new self-published book title “Business Big Time”, explained how she started a profitable business from the comfort of her home with a near zero capital.
The 170 pages book provides the reader with a rare behind the scenes look at the little-known strategies that many of today’s big business utilized to get to where they are and how small businesses can apply the same strategies to enhance their businesses.
The book provides several strategies that are useful to entrepreneurs in the product and service provider business, and also for would-be entrepreneurs who would like to start and grow a successful business following a proven pattern.
Dilim said “I passionately dislike poorly written, stiff-toned business books with half-baked information that doesn’t do anything for the reader. One of the things I strived to achieve with Business Big Time: Secret Strategies To Explosively Grow Your Business Even If You Start Small” is to illustrate in plain language how a small-business owner can implement these strategies and come out a winner.”
“Business Big Time” has been met with favorable reviews and high applause from early readers and is being hailed as “a richly practical how-to-do-it entrepreneurial handbook that is not only a useful tool for aspiring entrepreneurs but, for growing entrepreneurs as well as teachers and students of entrepreneurship.”
The hindsight perspective aims to educate the reader into making informed decisions in starting and growing a business of their dreams especially where funds are minimal.
Alongside her new book, Dilim is also launching a new website and blog businessbigtime.com to discuss local marketing and sales tips that work in a developing economy like Nigeria help the small businesses with minimal resources to grow with proven strategies.
She hopes the book will empower aspiring and growing entrepreneurs to take control of their own financial future now, not tomorrow.
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