the Real World
In many students' minds there is a deep chiasm between non-entrepreneur status
to actually becoming the manager of a going concern enterprise. However, starting
a food concession business is a process most students can wrap their minds
around. Unlike conventional enterprises starting a food booth business does
not require the student to first navigate the minefields of beauracracy. By
comparison the regulations and licensing that food concessionaires encounter
are simple, allowing the student to focus his or her energies on the nuts-and
bolts aspects of the start-up process. With Food Booth as a text,
a student can easily visualize his or her self as a small business manager
while learning the intricacies of entrepreneurship.
Today, students are having an increasingly more difficult time financing their
education and are burdened with the debt of the rising cost of their education.
At the same time there appears to be a growing dilemma of a dearth of well-paying
job opportunities for graduates. As a university course text, Food Booth will
teach students the intricacies of starting a small business while offering
them plausible insurance against possible underemployment. They will have a
tool for paying down their education dept while they get their chosen career
off the ground. This is important. It fulfills a responsibility many feel the
institution has to provide graduates with a broad palette of employment avenues
once they leave academia.
I’d like you to consider the possibility of your institution adopting Food
Booth as a main or supplemental text in your small business management
program. I encourage you to explore this web site in more depth. Look in on the
book link where you will find the premise, table
of contents, and the author’s bio.
you’re interested in receiving a complimentary desk copy, please
write your request on University letterhead, and fax it to 503-628-2090.
I’ll get a copy sent to you by priority mail. If you would like
further information please feel free to contact me at 503-628-2090
or at email@example.com