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Publications for Business with Sherpha

Sherpha provides concise, relevant, and actionable publications for business.

Although there’s no formula for becoming a successful entrepreneur in your field. There’s one-way sure-fire way to get on the right path read as many publications on business start-up as you can get your hands on.  That is keep up with the latest and greatest trends in your business sector and business generally.

Resources:

The good news is that there are more than enough resources to help Publications for Business to follow these trends. So much so that we’ve curated a list that includes several categories. Such as Market research and analysis, marketing and sales, entrepreneurship, finance, and business.

And, just in case you’re on the go and don’t have time to read articles now (it’s okay, we’re on Kindle, too), we’ve included the social media links for each resource so that you can follow them and find relevant information on your own time.

The business world is tough and competitive so publications for business, are essential  for everyone to succeed as an entrepreneur. You have to have a wide array of skills, be personable with clients and  co-workers. Be knowledgeable enough to do the work required of you. Be tech-adept to grow and evolve over the course of your business career, and have the ability to persevere and  put in long hours in less than ideal conditions.

A little-remembered fact, though, that will get you through thick and thin is this: the smartest business minds are adept at maths and management, but they are also serious readers. The top CEOs are known to read hundreds of volumes a year from fiction and non-fiction alike.

The best business minds also know that staying on top of business and economic news is a critical. That is why we recommend our business  publications. We recommend that you keep yourself informed by reading quality publications such as “The Financial Times”, “The Economist” and “Harvard Business News”, .

https://subs.ft.com/subscription?

https://subscribenow.economist.com/

https://hbr.org/subscriptions