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Publisher's Summary

A freight brokerage business is simple to start. You don't need any specialized education or previous knowledge of the shipping industry, and you can run your business out of your home. This information-packed audio guide tells you everything you need to know to plan, start and run a successful brokerage business, including:

  • An overview of the freight industry and the role freight brokers play, with answers to commonly asked questions.
  • Proven tips and advice for finding reliable carriers, marketing your services, ensuring repeat business, hiring and training your staff, managing your finances, and much more.
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    waste of time and money

    This was a waste of time and money. No specific information or instructions. Just vague recommendations that anyone looking to start a business would already know. It looks like they made a generic audiobook and then just inserted an introduction on the topic. The same audiobook is probably used in all their "How to" series and just the intro is changed.

    15 of 19 people found this review helpful

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    So outdated

    This was entirely useless. Maybe in the 90s this was a relevant book in this business.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful