Show Me The Money
Money might make the world go around, but only if you know how to use it. This book tells how money works, from its history to how it grows.
Show Me the Money Money might make the world go around, but only if you know how to use it. This book tells how money works, from its history to how it grows. Full description
Money makes the world go round, but how well do children understand finances? "Show Me the Money" breaks the mold of the school textbook and introduces young readers to the world of economics from the history of money to e-commerce.Divided into sections that focus on economics, business, personal finance, and the history of trade, "Show Me the Money" takes technical jargon and breaks it down with easy-to-understand text, diagrams, and illustrations making a formerly dry subject interesting and relevant.
In difficult markets and uncertain times, entrepreneurial ideas thrive. Usually highly ingenious at identifying new opportunities, entrepreneurs are extremely adept at sowing successful seeds in the otherwise rockiest of grounds. But ideas can only get you so far and many entrepreneurs fail when they come to the major hurdle: how to find the money necessary to get their business off the ground.
* FIFA grossed over GBP2.3 billion from the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. * The Champions League generates UEFA more than GBP1 billion in annual revenue. * Sixty-five per cent of all the money spent on players in Ligue 1 in France for the 2012/13 season was spent by just one club - Paris Saint-German. * Real Madrid's revenues increased 7 per cent in 2011/12 to 512 million, the highest in the world of football for the eighth consecutive year.