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8 Tips for Creating Your Own Advisory Board

Entrepreneurs learn quickly how lonesome it is at the top. In many cases, the business owner is the sole staff member when the enterprise is created. Then as the business grows, the business owner employs staff. Despite the number of staff members, size, structure, or complexity of the organization, nevertheless, responsibility for the company’s success rests primarily on the shoulders of the business owner.

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5 Steps to a Successful Strategy Execution

You have actually set organizational goals and formulated a strategic plan. Now, how do you ensure it gets done?
Strategy execution is the application of a strategic plan in an effort to reach organizational goals. It consists of the day-to-day structures, systems, and functional goals that set your team up for success.

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10 steps to building a killer company strategy

Devoid of research and planning, many companies make ill-advised and hasty decisions that adversely affect their enterprise worth. Our hunger for simplicity ought to not override our need to be comprehensive, especially when the future of a business is at stake.

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Are You Having a hard time To Keep Your Business Afloat?

Do you have a business that once grew, but is now struggling because of the COVID-19 situation? Is there a lot of competition around you which makes it hard to keep your business going? Or have you just recently started a business and are you still having a hard time getting the business off the ground? If so, you may require the aid of a Business Consultant.

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Trade shows – Where do I Start?

Did you ever go to a trade show and wonder: “what am I doing here?”
I do all the time and I attend lots of them as part of my job.

All the booths look the same – 3 x 3-meters, nice open design, small table, a few chairs, small desk at the edge and the obligatory fishbowl for cards. And let’s not forget a very uninspired person sitting at the table staring at their phone.

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