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Jesse Fink is a founding partner of MissionPoint Capital and President and CEO of Marshall Street Management. In 2004, MSM established MSM Capital Partners to manage its investment activities in the clean technology and
environmental finance sectors. Jesse was the COO of Walker Digital Inc. and Priceline.com and previously worked at Georgia-Pacific, Citicorp, and CUC International. Jesse received a B.S. in Resource Management from the State University of
New York's College of Environmental Science and Forestry and an MBA from Syracuse University's School of Management. In February of 2007, Jesse received the Cleantech Venture Network's "Leader of the Year" award.
One of the best ways to grow your company is to provide your customers with such a great experience that they return again.
Customers may be motivated to purchase a product or service just by reading a price list.
The prices you charge of one of the most critical components of your product and service features set, and affects nearly every aspect of your business, including your cash flow, sales numbers, and profits.
This article describes a process to conduct primary market research, such as gathering information and data from customers, suppliers, vendors, as well as your own employees.
When evaluating industry potential, key considerations include its current size and rate of growth as well as profitability characteristics and trends.
Thorough market research includes analysis of the customers and the competitive environment.
Businesses that can align their product and service offerings with both their business strategy and the customers' needs will grow the strongest businesses and maintain their success in the long run.
Addressing limitations and liabilities helps entrepreneurs analyze their business's ability to produce products, deliver services, and create new products and services.
Knowing where your products or services are in their life cycle will help you make refinements or adjustments to align them with your business strategy.
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