Getting Down to Business:
A Blueprint for Creating and Supporting Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities
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From the web page http://www50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/pubs/business/toc.htm
THE PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Table of Contents
Business Ownership: Cornerstone of the American Dream
Open for Business: Profiles of Five Successful Entrepreneurs
Eagle Communications, Inc.
Totalily Water Gardens
Universal Low Vision Aids, Inc.
Eaton Equestrian Centre
Overview of the Business Planning Process
Useful Web Sites
Building Blocks for Success: Policies, Programs, and Practices
Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities:
A Status Report from the Blue Ribbon Panel
Training and Technical Assistance
Complete Blue Ribbon Panel Recommendations
Roster of Participants
People with disabilities are increasingly turning to small business ownership to improve their economic status, take control of their lives, and hopefully, to reduce or eliminate the need for benefits from government programs.
Small businesses are the driving force behind the nation's economic growth, providing, for example, virtually all the new jobs created 1992 and 1996. The structure of America's businesses.