Corporate Castaways Find a Lifeline With Start Up Business Experts

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In his newly released book, "Escaping the corner Office: The Start-Up Kit for First Time Business Owners", widely renowned entrepreneur Dominic Gentile addresses a key issue in today's business world: How current and former corporate employees can create personal and financial freedom via business ownership. In today's economy, millions of people are finding themselves in a difficult spot, and this book gives them the hope and confidence they need to make the transition from the corporate world and the unemployment line to a successful life of business ownership.

Right now, as you read these words, there are millions of hard working, skilled professionals across North America who are reaching a startling conclusion: there is more personal freedom and financial security working for yourself than working for a corporation.

Against the backdrop of this radically altered business landscape, corporate castaways are preparing to become business owners. Millions of them, however, are clouded in uncertainty as they grapple with how to make this dream a reality.

Dominic Gentile, author of the newly released book, "Escaping the Corner Office: The Start-Up Kit for First Time Business Owners" is himself a former corporate executive who made a successful transition to being a business owner.

"The myth that most small businesses fail because they are undercapitalized is simply wrong," says Gentile. "The truth is most of them fail because they simply don't understand how to make the transition from the corporate world to the world of entrepreneurship. It requires a different skill set and a different level of discipline. Through years of research, I have created a process that literally takes the guesswork out of making the transition from the corporate world to the world of being a successful business owner."

In his book "Escaping the Corner Office: The Start-Up Kit for First Time Business Owners" Gentile reveals 72 specific activities that map out how to start a business that fits you as an individual. His ground-breaking system incorporates an individual's passions, expertise and personality traits into a personally fulfilling business. "One size doesn't fit all. My system takes each person's individual desires and talents into consideration", says Gentile. Picking up where his book leaves off, Gentile's company and popular blog, is the ideal starting point for first time business owners.

According to Steve Staves, former president of Duracell, Inc. and currently a successful venture capitalist, "Escaping the Corner Office is like a 'blueprint on steroids' for how former corporate professionals can open their own business quickly and successfully."

"We have an economy that has created an unprecedented exodus of incredibly talented professionals who are moving from the corporate world to the world of entrepreneurship", says John McGough, former VP Human Resources for Sara Lee. "I believe that Dominic Gentile's system is so powerful that every HR department in America should be required to give a copy of "Escaping the Corner Office" to downsized employees."

About Dominic Gentile & Start Up Business Experts: Dominic Gentile is the CEO of Start Up Business Experts, which offers a revolutionary business start-up system for professionals transitioning from the corporate world to owning their own business. Start Up Business Experts offers consulting services, business courses, personal seminars and tele-seminars to individuals who want to start a business. Gentile spent more than 19 years working in sales, marketing and general management for blue chip companies such as Duracell, Gillette and Sara Lee. He is also an adjunct professor of business at Huntingdon College, and previously taught at The University of Alabama, Birmingham.

When: Dominic Gentile is available immediately to offer insight on the major issues and trends facing downsized and dismayed corporate employees as they prepare for life as a business owner.

Schedule Interview: To arrange a candid and eye-opening interview with Dominic Gentile call (205) 516-3244 or email dgentile(at)


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