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Marketing creatively will enable entrepreneurial retailers to prosper in difficult or changing times, writes the founder of a venerable direct marketing company. The author offers examples of creative marketing from the company's half century in business.
When you run the biggest golf resort in the world and you bring a weak game, you play. Early and often, night and day. That's what Ken Chu did when he became vice-chairman of Mission Hills Group. The company opened the first course on what is now a sprawling 12-course club in Shenzhen, China, in 1994, and is building a 10-course venue in Hainan, the southern Chinese island Beijing is backing a tourism hub.
The founders of a provider of outsourced information technology services advise that entrepreneurial companies maximize trust with vendors.
The author, a distinguished global expert on negotiations, argues the Knowledge Revolution makes it especially easier for both sides of a negotiation to gain. With this Revolution comes a revolution in decision making and dispute resolution, leading to networks of negotiation.
Market research results can help an entrepreneur change company behavior. To that end, this author recommends a ten-step plan for tapping the power of focus groups to conduct research that is immediately actionable.
What a difference a month makes. Roughly four weeks ago, the Dow was at an 18-month high, Wall Street's fear gauge, the VIX , was at a three-year low
Regularly reviewing your business plan ensures that you meet the needs of a growing enterprise. This allows you to identify key growth areas that you want to target.
Even an experienced serial entrepreneur can run into glitches when he starts a company dependent on complex software. Sales soared right away at this online computer business, leaving suppliers and customer-service staffers struggling to keep up. The solution--sell the business and start up another one with even more innovative technology--could only have worked in a virtual operation unburdened by infrastructure.
They said they would increase credit to small businesses in 2010. Here's a look at how some of the biggest fared in the first quarter.
With the unemployment rate steady at 9.7%, not many Americans turn down job offers these days - especially those who have been laid off. Art Wells is an exception.
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