There are big business tactics small businesses will never be able to use. That’s not true for one of the most powerful. Small businesses tend to let themselves be overwhelmed by the urgent, failing to anticipate, plan, and prepare for the inevitable changes they will face if they survive and succeed.
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A business satisfied with its success that stops trying to improve screams “We’re patiently waiting to be overtaken.” and signals the competition to attack. Why would any business do that? Sadly, that’s what most do. When times are good, a business has the time, money, and resources to work on areas of weakness and look for ways to maintain its dominance. That’s when proactive changes should be made, not when times are tough and you have no choice. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
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Gauge customers to help find a connection to those industries that thrive even in a down economy. Find the areas of opportunity!
Business Advisor Larry Mandelberg orients business owners on the critical criteria to include in your business plan in order to be successful in obtaining loans.
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Business Advisor Larry Mandelberg leads the way on how to capture the knowledge and expertise you need for business success and growth.
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When considering a merger, honestly evaluate your company’s strengths and weaknesses first. You should pair your company with another that will thrive because of your strengths.
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A down economy creates the perfect marketing opportunity for business. Reach out to your customers in a time when your competitors are cutting back on their marketing and take advantage of media outlets who are resulting to lowering their costs due to decreased demand.
A how-to on retaining staff, one of the most important and costly aspects of your business!