“Having launched a few start-ups of my own, and as a serial entrepreneur, I wish I would have had access to this information much earlier in my career. The 21 Boosters that Allan guides us through in this amazing book are spot on for anyone looking to launch a start-up or reinvigorate an existing business.” —Michael Norton, CEO & Founder, Tramazing
- The Revenue Accelerator
By Allan Colman
Ready by Walter Brown
Release Date: 8/23/22
Formats: Trade Paperback, Digital Audiobook, MP3 CD, Retail CD Audiobook, eBook
“Dr. Allan Colman has hit the nail on the head…”
—Steven M. Venokur, Founder and Managing Partner of People Sciences, Inc.
Is your start-up feeling stuck in the starting blocks? Or are you finding it a struggle to pick up speed? Written by acclaimed entrepreneur, instructor, and author Dr. Allan Colman, The Revenue Accelerator is the true companion guide for new and intermediate entrepreneurs to prosper through their early stages of development.
Dr. Colman equips readers to easily navigate around the most pervasive problems start-up entrepreneurs experience when making the leap from building their product or service to selling it. Far too often, start-ups invest so much of their hard-earned energy and capital into developing their offering that they are left with scarce resources to architect a successful plan for financing, marketing, and selling it. Whether you’re a brand-new entrepreneur or a start-up that’s going through growing pains, the 21 Accelerators will guide readers through three vital sections supplying real-world lessons that enable lasting change, including:
Contemporary case studies of ongoing start-ups
Interviews and quotes from over two dozen start-up entrepreneurs, numerous executives, business leaders, and marketing directors
Cartoons for easy understanding and retention via comedic value
Accelerator Checklists designed to enhance retention and immediate application of lessons
Regardless of industry, profession, or how many years you’ve already invested, Dr. Colman will light up the path toward acceleration and you’ll be hitting mach speed in no time.