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This relatively short book should be of interest to those who would like to set themselves up as a self-employed Contracting Consultant and it is not focused on any particular field of work. The topics examined are appropriate to quite a wide range of popular consulting areas, like those dealing with Engineering Applications, Personal Tutoring, Information Technology, Desi This relatively short book should be of interest to those who would like to set themselves up as a self-employed Contracting Consultant and it is not focused on any particular field of work. The topics examined are appropriate to quite a wide range of popular consulting areas, like those dealing with Engineering Applications, Personal Tutoring, Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, but the book has a central theme based around Technical and Management Consulting. You'll appreciate that reading the book obviously can't improve a person’s long developed ‘skills of the trade’ so as to speak, but it can complement them and the essential consultancy and business concepts discussed are in fact commonplace. Whilst the feature of one running their own consultancy business is the most desired outcome, to be fair the book is not really targeted at exploring ways of ‘how to make a profit’, instead, it’s been written, as the title suggests, to motivate the reader into setting up a potentially 'profitable business as a self-employed Consultant' firmly related to the knowledge and skills they already posses or can acquire. This is a United Kingdom publication so the various formalities touched upon in the book are generally UK specific, although many other countries have similar rules and regulations. However, it’s anticipated that the wider contents of the book have a great deal of international relevance and this publication should therefore be of interest to readers elsewhere. If approached correctly, consultancy can be a very exciting and rewarding business, but it certainly is not one that should be entered into without first looking very carefully at what it might involve. Remember, your clients will treat you as an expert, a title that carries a great deal of responsibility for existing and future relationships. By looking at a variety of fundamental principles, such as consultancy contracts, business types, insurance and marketing, this book should be of relevance to those who are considering starting their own business as a self-employed Contracting Consultant.


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This relatively short book should be of interest to those who would like to set themselves up as a self-employed Contracting Consultant and it is not focused on any particular field of work. The topics examined are appropriate to quite a wide range of popular consulting areas, like those dealing with Engineering Applications, Personal Tutoring, Information Technology, Desi This relatively short book should be of interest to those who would like to set themselves up as a self-employed Contracting Consultant and it is not focused on any particular field of work. The topics examined are appropriate to quite a wide range of popular consulting areas, like those dealing with Engineering Applications, Personal Tutoring, Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, but the book has a central theme based around Technical and Management Consulting. You'll appreciate that reading the book obviously can't improve a person’s long developed ‘skills of the trade’ so as to speak, but it can complement them and the essential consultancy and business concepts discussed are in fact commonplace. Whilst the feature of one running their own consultancy business is the most desired outcome, to be fair the book is not really targeted at exploring ways of ‘how to make a profit’, instead, it’s been written, as the title suggests, to motivate the reader into setting up a potentially 'profitable business as a self-employed Consultant' firmly related to the knowledge and skills they already posses or can acquire. This is a United Kingdom publication so the various formalities touched upon in the book are generally UK specific, although many other countries have similar rules and regulations. However, it’s anticipated that the wider contents of the book have a great deal of international relevance and this publication should therefore be of interest to readers elsewhere. If approached correctly, consultancy can be a very exciting and rewarding business, but it certainly is not one that should be entered into without first looking very carefully at what it might involve. Remember, your clients will treat you as an expert, a title that carries a great deal of responsibility for existing and future relationships. By looking at a variety of fundamental principles, such as consultancy contracts, business types, insurance and marketing, this book should be of relevance to those who are considering starting their own business as a self-employed Contracting Consultant.

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