Advertising, contracts, and sales at the storefront are financial affairs. Research and marketing are financial affairs. Dirty Little Claws, Inc., publishes titles with low costs. Financial risks are minimized by low overhead expenses and consistent profit margins.
The imprint signifies memorable perspectives, and inspirational plots. Actions exploit opportunities, and the imprint carries financial affairs into profitability. Dirty Little Claws, Inc., publishes titles that build momentum in the marketplace for fiction. Financial affairs strengthen the imprint, and continue traditions.
Dirty Little Claws, Inc., publishes financial statements for the previous fiscal year at the storefront. 2016 Financial Statements describe the third year of operations. They show cash and debt for the end of the start-up phase. Entrepreneurship was driven by development of standards, policies, and brands and use of the storefront.
Dirty Little Claws, Inc., publishes an example contract at the storefront. 2017 Standard Fiction Contract describes legal conditions to publish titles. Rights and duties are enumerated, and foundational concepts to publish titles are explained. The example contract is representative of completed contracts.
Abstract fiction builds financial affairs, and the entertainment sector of the economy. Financial performance and standard business practices promote the imprint. Intelligent ideas and emotional styles are published at Dirty Little Claws, Inc., and develop the marketplace for fiction. Finance and management develop profitable economics to publish into the future.