Entrepreneur Patrice Banks, owner of Girls Auto Clinic in Philadelphia. Dominick Reuter/AFP/Getty Images Entrepreneurs, business owners, and side-hustlers come from all kinds of backgrounds, but many first-time founders don’t start with a formal business education. Launching a new business can be a surprisingly challenging process, with an overwhelming range of possibilities and decisions. To help you get started, Business Insider rounded up this selection of guides and resources we’re calling the entrepreneur’s tool kit. Subscribe to BI Prime to read them all. Software and apps to power your business Starting with spreadsheets: The ultimate Excel guide to go beyond […]
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