The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 17 > Surviving as a Single Practicioner
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Surviving as a Single Practicioner

Whether or not one’s business survives depends on many factors. The extent of personal financial commitments will obviously be significant. This feature has been prepared without reference to fee income and concentrates on practical considerations. It is hoped that it may be of help to those contemplating setting up on their own. E.J. Graves

Author(s): Graves, E J

Keywords: structural engineers;single practitioners;consulting engineers