Why Entrepreneurs Must Research Market Size
Reasonably and thoughtfully estimating an idea's potential market size is a key step to successfully bringing an idea to market.
8 Steps to Approaching Customer Service in the Digital World
By learning to utilize technology you can enhance your company's customer service like never before.
How to Cheer on Your Competitors While Aiming to Win
While you'll never bear hug your competition, don't lose perspective of the important role they play in building your business.
The Psychological Trigger That's Confusing Your Customers
And what you can do about it.
NFL Veteran-Turned-Entrepreneur Says Adaptability Is Key to a Winning Game Plan
The average career of an NFL player lasts 3.3 years. Israel Idonije attributes his 11-year tenure to his ability to adapt.
The 4 Secrets to Achieving Customer Loyalty
Every business wants loyal customers, yet we often forget how crucial relationships are to our success.
Want to Close Deals Faster? Do This From the Very Start.
Entrepreneur and sales expert Grant Cardone shares the most important thing a salesperson can do to speed up the process.
How to Master the Two Key Parts of Your Online Presence
Discover the essential elements of email marketing and social media that will make your online marketing a success.
Becoming Indispensable to Your Customers
Your approach to value creation must begin with, be in partnership with and end with the customer
Israeli Startup SodaStream Looks to Flavored Waters as Consumers Shun Sugary Drinks
'U.S. consumers don't want better Coke, they want more interesting water.'
Why You Can't Stop Learning: Your Weekly Tips Roundup
Our network of experienced entrepreneurs offer tips on cash-flow, mission statements and more.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
News and Trends
10 Questions to Ask When Collecting Customer Data
What business owners need to know about gathering, using and protecting customer information.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The Most Important Piece of a Marketing Plan Is Your Targeted Customer
Knowing and anticipating the wants and needs of your customers shapes all the other elements of your plan.
Evaluating the Merits of Building Negotiating Into Your Prices
The "one price fits all" philosophy does not work in all industries and under all circumstances.
Doug and Polly White
Starting a Business
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