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Entrepreneurship: A Very Short Introduction (2013) by Mark Wright 

If the word ‘entrepreneur’ has always left you slightly confused then this is the book for you. This short introduction demystifies what an entrepreneur is and walks you through the process of becoming one yourself.

The Start-Up Kit: Everything You Need to Start a Small Business (2011) by Emma Jones

Written by a successful entrepreneur who started her first business aged 27 this is the ideal guide to getting started on your own. With practical advice and useful tips, read this if you have dreams of being an entrepreneur.

A Woman's Guide to Working for Herself (2010) by Sandra Hewett

Get the best advice from a range of women who have started their own businessess and achieved success. Sadly the business landscape is still weighted towards men, and women are expected to take on the bulk of childcare, but this book offers advice on making your own way in business.

How to Make a Good Living Running Your Own Business: A Low-cost Way to Start a Business You Can Live Off (2012) by Robin Bennett

Starting a business can seem daunting and it can feel like the first obstacle is money. Don’t let that put you off! This business helps you get started and build from the group up so you have a successful business on your hands.

100 Rules for Entrepreneurs: Real-Life Business Lessons (2010) by Neil Lewis

Learning is all about a process of trial and error, but there is something to be said for learning from the mistakes of others (to save you making your own!). This book is a helpful guide to the do’s and don’t’s of business.

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