Big Reads for Small Businesses

Did you know Milwaukee Public Library has an entire collection of books dedicated to helping you start and operate your own business? It's true! We support Milwaukee's small business owners by providing quality information on business topics that range from finance to management. Here are just a few of the books that can make a major impact in your small business:


The Small Business Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Succeed in Your Small Business by Steven D. Strauss

The title says it all! In addition to tips and insider information, this updated edition includes chapters on the latest technology trends and strategies for success during periods of economic volatility. This is a must-read for all small business owners.

Get Financing Now : How to Navigate Through Bankers, Investors, and Alternative Sources for the Capital Your Business Needs
by Charles H. Green

Are you finding the financial planning aspect of your small business daunting? Let Get Financing Now help. With advice on locating funding at any stage of a business cycle, this resource is equally valuable for start-ups and growing businesses.

The New Rules of Marketing and PR : How to Use Social Media, Blogs, News Releases, Online Video & Viral Marketing to Reach Buyers Directly by David Meerman Scott

This Businessweek bestseller has the latest in PR and marketing strategies that will help you harness the power of web-based communication. Includes case studies reflecting successful marketing and PR campaigns.

Learn about even more great business resources by attending one of the library's Starting a Small Business classes. These free drop-in classes are offered monthly at the Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Kristina @ Central




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