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  • Author:
    Jonathan Marsh,William Heinecke
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    0470820985
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    Wiley; Revised edition (May 30, 2003)
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by William Heinecke(Author), Jonathan Marsh(Author). This book is about his 25 golden rules. Valuable insight from a billionaire, after more than 40 years in Asian business, and they come from a very valuable source, direct on the job experience.

by William Heinecke(Author), Jonathan Marsh(Author). Many in the media feel he is the Richard Branson of Asia, and I agree with the comparison. Bill explains 25 clear rules that are basic to any entrepreneur who seeks to start a business. He started 2 when he was 18, a cleaning business AND an advertising firm. All of his lessons come with realistic constructive views on what is important and what is not.

The Entrepreneur book. The Entrepreneur: Twenty-Five Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager. 0470820985 (ISBN13: 9780470820988).

Jonathan Marsh has worked as a journalist in the UK, Hong Kong, Bangkok, New York and Sydney

Jonathan Marsh has worked as a journalist in the UK, Hong Kong, Bangkok, New York and Sydney. Based in Thailand in 1997, he had a front row seat of the economic crisis that started in Bangkok and swept through Asia. Richard Neville, the Chief Financial Officer for the Minor Food Group, contributed material about "The Pizza Wars" for Chapters 21 and 22.

William E. Heinecke founded the Minor Group in l967 - nearly three decades later it. .He also authored the book Entrepreneur. Heinecke founded the Minor Group in l967 - nearly three decades later it has grown into more than thirty companies. m of Thailand in l963 with his parents orporation Public C. Ltd. and Minor International PCL. In addition, he also serves as a Director of Sermsuk PCL, the publicly listed Pepsi bottler in Thailand; and Rajadamri Hotel PCL, the owner of the Four Seasons Hotels in Bangkok and Chiang Ma.

The Entrepreneur: 25 Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager. by William Heinecke and Jonathan Marsh. The rules covered in this book are applicable to any entrepreneur around the world. Written in a lively and practical style that will be of great interest to budding and blooming entrepreneurs. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: WileyReleased: Jan 30, 2012ISBN: 9781118178751Format: book. The Entrepreneur - William Heinecke

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William Heinecke with lonathan Marsh ~. o h nWiley & Sons (Asia) Pte Ltd Singapore New York Chichester Brisbane Toronto Weinheim. The entrepreneur: twenty-one golden rules for the global business manager1 William Heinecke with Jonathan Marsh. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-471-83557-9 (pbk: al. aper) 1. Success in business.

Heinecke is well respected by the business community in Thailand. 8 The Entrepreneur: Twenty-Five Golden Rules For The Global Business Manager. guidelines, and principles. Chanita Panpruet, head of debt restructuring at ING Baring, Thailand, describes him as "a pioneer. He started the concept of Western fast-food chains in Thailand and made it a succes s. Many people said it wouldn't work.

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I am hcv men
Good book about and for the person building a business, domestically or internationally. An easy read from a man now worth about a Billion and a half dollars. He must be doing something right, and I sincerely hope he updates this book in the near future.
Blackstalker
Bill Heinecke's record of battling politics, economics and slaying giant multinationals shows the good, bad and the ugly of being a leader and entrepreneur. Now, ten years on, a quick look at Minor International's web site shows that today they have grown into one of the largest hospitality and leisure companies in the Asia Pacific region, providing evidence that the lessons learnt in this book are worth remembering. An interesting and entertaining read.
Steelcaster
Fantastic stories... Inspiring!
Shistus
Real & useful tips. Proven through out time, real & best practice you can learn
Amis
There are 25 rules to becoming a billionaire, and this is according to a real one. Not some Donald Trump type who inherited his father's business, but from scratch, as in zero cash. Not many expat high school kids skip college, clean offices at night, sell advertising by day, and sell the business to become a millionaire by age 21. Opportunity comes rarely, and must be seized right away, not when you are ready. Bill Heinecke, now a billionaire in Thailand, is such a person, and is running hotels and restaurants all over Asia today.

This book is about his 25 golden rules. Valuable insight from a billionaire, after more than 40 years in Asian business, and they come from a very valuable source, direct on the job experience. Many in the media feel he is the Richard Branson of Asia, and I agree with the comparison.

Bill explains 25 clear rules that are basic to any entrepreneur who seeks to start a business. He started 2 when he was 18, a cleaning business AND an advertising firm. All of his lessons come with realistic constructive views on what is important and what is not. He also touches on the sacrifices needed.

One of my favorites is about being committed, and working part-time. If you work 100% of time for $100, you cannot work 90% of the time and expect $90. The money is made in the last 10%. There is no clear reward in climbing Mount Everest 90% of the way up. You have to finish what you start, and close any deal. That is how you really get paid as an entrepreneur. That is how you learn and build upon your own success.

He was the Thailand partner for Pizza Hut for over 20 years, and fought back corporate actions to break away with a more successful brand called "The Pizza Company" still running smoothly today. His battles over the the Royal Garden Resort with Goldman Sachs, are other business battle scars that he reveals in full detail right from inside the boardroom.

The Top 3 Takeaways from this book that really impact any reader are:

1) There is a lot to learn about hard work that takes a long time. Persistence over time is key. Easy quick ways to riches are often not solid.

2) There is a real art to introducing foreign brands into any new market. The product or service does not sell by itself. Local tastes have to be understood and adapted.

3) A local expert is tough to beat. If you know your own market deeply, a foreign management team can easily lose when trying to enter from overseas.

Bill Heinecke has a current net worth according to Forbes of over US$1.1BN. He runs Minor International which now runs 100 hotels, 250 retail outlets, and 1500 restaurants in 18 countries, mostly in Asia. If you did not know about him before, he is worth learning about. This book and its 25 golden rules, are the foundation needed for any self made billionaire to use as a guide, and that is the bottom line.

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Priotian
An interesting little book. William Heinecke seems to be quite a character and, with all he's managed to accomplish in his life, it is interesting to get his take on what mattered and what did not.
Don't expect a primer and don't expect anything life-changing here. But then again, most of it is common sense -- we just need reminding every once in a while and this book, with the colour commentary and anecdotes of Mr Heinecke's successes, serves to do that.