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Are you ready to make a living from your craft? Learn how to map out a financial plan, expand production, automate distribution, address legal matters, and much more. Start growing your business beyond the dining room table and leave your day job behind.

Topics: Entrepreneurship, Productivity, Crafts, Creativity, How-To Guides, Informative, and Guides

Published: Storey Publishing an imprint of Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9781603428767
List price: $15.95
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