الجميع قادرون : بناء سلسلة مقاهي جمهورية القهوة من طاولة المطبخ - 75 قانونا واقعيا لريادة الاعمال

الجميع قادرون : بناء سلسلة مقاهي جمهورية القهوة من طاولة المطبخ - 75 قانونا واقعيا لريادة الاعمال Sahar Hashemi سحر هاشمي Bobby Hashemi جعفر تيسير حجير
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  • Author: Sahar Hashemi سحر هاشمي Bobby Hashemi جعفر تيسير حجير
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  • Page: 232
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    About Sahar Hashemi سحر هاشمي Bobby Hashemi جعفر تيسير حجير


    1. Sahar Hashemi is high profile UK entrepreneur Formerly a lawyer, she left the comfort zone of her career to start Coffee Republic, UK s first coffee bar chain with her brother Bobby In five years they built it into one of Uk s most recognisable brands with 110 stores and a turnover of 30m Sahar left Coffee Republic in 2001 and wrote about the highs and lows of their journey in her bestselling book Anyone Can Do It Building Coffee Republic from our kithcen table which was published in 2003 She then started Skinny Candy, a guiltfree confectionary brand which she sold to confectionary giant, Glisten PlC in 2007 Her new book Switched On published in April 2010 is based on her personal experience of igniting entrepreneurial thinking and innovation mindset within large corporations Sahar has been named Pioneer to the life of the nation by Her Majesty The Queen and Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum Davosazon Sahar Hashemi


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    1. This is two books blended into one just like coffee one, the human story of building coffee republic, the soul searching of Sahar and Bobby after their father s death, the journey, the obstacles and goof ups and all the other, like a business book, with 57 laws, advise and sample business plans etc From the structure, it seemed that the authors wanted to make it the latter a business advise book I have, however, given a 5 star to the former, the human story Dont read it if you are just looking [...]

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    2. 55 view spoiler 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 99% 10 27 20 79 80 hide spoiler

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    3. I found it boring before reading, wth it s another story about pursuing your dreams and entrepreneurs dreams come true pla pla pla After I began to read, I found it interesting than any stories I have ever read about the road of entrepreneurship The simple idea of having a coffee shop, and the silliness of the MUST written proposal about it to to raise the needed fund for it, the question of how many pages did that cause need to clarify the different dimension of having this business, and how t [...]

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    4. 30 18 19 75 2001 30 , .

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    5. A great book detailing the journey Sahar and Bobby Hashemi took from their small idea about a US coffee shop in the UK to finally leaving their baby to grow on its own Highly recommended for anyone looking to start their entrepreneurial journey anytime soon.

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    6. bit of a cross between a story timeline and business advice Passable as both but no .

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    7. Very honest account of starting a business Great for anyone studying entrepreneurship They sell the idea that they were normal people who started a big brand not sure if I buy this They clearly come from money and were able to afford to give up their jobs However this books dispels a lot of the myth surrounding entrepreneurship created by the silicon valley boys.

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    8. This was a very uneven book The best parts by far are those chronicling her efforts to start Coffee Republic It s a very raw, honest account I also saw her tell her story in person and she was even better in person The book fails when it tries to become a handbook with simplistic exercises and lots of exclamation marks to show enthusiasm.Her story alone is worth the read though.

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    9. I enjoyed reading the experience of really native entrepreneurs who turned into industry leaders.I like concept of being Zolo for what you are willing to work inI like a lot of concepts, mistakes, successes which were built on real experience.I enjoy feeling entrepreneurs feelings in every obstacle they met and in every success they achieved.

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