Unique Business Opportunity For Laid Off Workers With Woodworking Skills

Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 17, 2010

Now there is good news for those with woodworking skills who have been laid off from their regular job. Using only their present skills, they can promptly start a financially successful woodworking business and never have to worry about getting laid off again.

In this housing market of low valuation and tough credit, more people are staying put instead of moving up to bigger and better homes. This opens up possibilities for improving existing homes with custom cabinets and furniture of all kinds. Few homeowners have the skills or the time for building such projects.

Taking advantage of this new and growing market for all kinds of woodworking projects requires skills and tools that many woodworkers already have and can be used to go from unemployed to small business owner in just days.

Positive Imaging, LLC, a publisher of how-to information, has just published a new book entitled "Woodworking Business: Start Quickly And Operate Successfully; An Expert Woodworker Reveals The Keys To Succeeding In The Woodworking Business." Anyone with woodworking skills can use the concise how-to information in this book to start and operate a financially successful woodworking business.

The publication date for Woodworking Business: Start Quickly And Operate Successfully is May 15, 2010. For additional information about this book and a special prepublication price go to http://woodworking-business.com

For additional information on this topic or interviews, please call 512-217-4803.

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