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In for a Penny: A Business Adventure By Peter Hargreaves

In for a Penny: A Business Adventure
by Peter Hargreaves

Starting from his spare bedroom with a single phone, the author and his business partner set out to build a business that would consciously be different from that of all their competitors. In this book, the multi-millionaire founder of investment company Hargreaves Lansdown tells the story behind its extraordinary success.
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Plain speaking has never held Peter Hargreaves back. In this candid and outspoken book, the multi-millionaire founder of investment company Hargreaves Lansdown tells the story behind its extraordinary success and gives his forthright views on what it takes to be successful as an entrepreneur and as an investor. Starting from his spare bedroom with a single phone and borrowed office equipment, Peter and his business partner Stephen Lansdown set out to build a business that would consciously be different from that of all their competitors. They have held fast to their unconventional ways ever since, regularly turning the company's strategy and business model upside down in their relentless effort to give their clients the best information, the best prices and the best service. Widely recognised as the number one firm in their business, Hargreaves Lansdown was floated on the London stock market in 2007, valued at GBP800 million. In For A Penny is a must read for anyone who wants to understand how the investment business works, what's wrong with conventional management wisdom and what's right about the true meaning of entrepreneurship.

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Sku
GOR001745140
Title
In for a Penny: A Business Adventure
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Harriman House Publishing
Year published
Number of pages
253
ISBN 10
190564194X
ISBN 13
9781905641949
Prizes
N/A
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