“Start Me Up! explains the basis and (several overlooked) basics for building a successful business. Add it to your start up tool kit!”
—Yanik Silver, New York Times best-selling author of Maverick Startup
“Start Me Up! is a must-read for new entrepreneurs! Ebong has created a wonderful guide to ensure a successful path into business ownership!”
—Nellie Akalp, founder and CEO, CorpNet
“Most would-be entrepreneurs are either too scared or too unsure to move forward with their idea. Eka’s insight destroys those fears and inspires one to sprint down the path towards [one’s] entrepreneurial dream. My advice: don’t buy this book if you are not ready to fly.”
—Karla Trotman, founder of Belly Button Boutique
There are four major pitfalls that business owners experience that inevitably lead to failure. Start Me Up! provides strategies to avoid those pitfalls and gives you the powerful ideas you need to build your thriving business.
This is the perfect time to start a small business using your existing skills. Although far too many small businesses fail in their first year, many such failures are absolutely preventable. Ebong Eka will show you how to not just survive, but thrive in your new venture.
In Start Me Up!, you’ll learn how to:
The best and most successful companies know the importance of the Four S’s: structure, strategy, systems, and sales. Most companies that fail, lack one or more of these necessary factors. Let Ebong show you how to be one of the former.
Ebong Eka is a CPA who has built a successful small-business consulting and technology toolkit during the last 12 years. He has worked with several of the largest professional services firms, in-cluding PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte & Touche, and BDO Seidman. Ebong is also an executive with Levyti Consulting, LLC, an advisory firm in the Washington, DC area. Ebong is a tax and small business expert who regularly appears on MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business Channel, NBC, HuffPost Live, and CNN, and is a regular blog contributor for the Huffington Post Business Section. He lives in the Washington, DC area.