New Book Helps Entrepreneurs "Start Them Up"

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“Starting Them Up” is a timely, under-the-hood insight for entrepreneurs and the perfect cure for the recession, written by a serial starter and a bunch of his entrepreneurial friends.

This is not a textbook. This is an insightful guide where I share candid, practical, inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship.

What do Popcorn, Indiana, PaperDirect and Successories all have in common? Warren Struhl.

“Starting Them Up” is a timely, under-the-hood insight for entrepreneurs and the perfect cure for the recession, written by a serial starter and a bunch of his entrepreneurial friends.

The Serial Starter is Warren Struhl, who founded, nurtured and invested in more than 30 interesting companies, including Popcorn Indiana/Dale & Thomas Popcorn which is being featured on the hit television show The Apprentice October 7th. He started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for over $100 million.

“This is not a textbook. This is an insightful guide where I share candid, practical, inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. It is a must-have tool that provides inspiration and motivation for everyone that likes business,” says Warren Struhl, author.

Warren also asked his friends and fellow entrepreneurs to lend their under-the-hood insights for success. These contributions include Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels.com), Jeff Rubin (It’Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register.com), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals.com) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.

This first-of-its-kind book may be just the inspiration that America needs – and is suitable for anyone who has a passion for business, whether it’s a first time start-up or established corporation. You can find “Starting Them Up” at http://www.StartingThemUp.com or download it at http://www.Amazon.com.

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