100 Ways to Win the Profit Game: Battle-Tested Strategies That Add Value to Your Business Now

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Running a business is a risky proposition even in the best of times. In this completely revised, updated, and expanded version of the popular 1991 title, 100 Ways to Prosper in Today's Economy, the Profit Advisors turn their attention to a myriad of quick, practical proven strategies for bringing in profits whenever a business needs them. Here are a juicy multitude of specific practical ideas for reducing overhead, attracting new customers, securing financing, improving cash flow, and improving the profitability of any company, large or small. At the end of each chapter is a mini-action plan with space for readers to jot down their own ideas while they're still fresh, prioritize them, designate an individual in the organization to implement the idea, set a date for action, and project a potential dollar amount that project will generate. At the end of the book is a place to put all these new ideas into the business's "master action plan."

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Barry R. Schimel, CPA, is President of The Profit Advisors, Inc., the first business to focus on helping businesses discover and achieve their "bottom-line potential" by implementing the Profit Enhancement Process. His organization has uncovered a third of a billion dollars in recurring profit opportunities for clients all over the world. He is an active business speaker and the co-author with Gary R. Kravitz of "The Profit Game" (Capital, 1998) and author of "100 Ways to Prosper in Today's Economy" (Acropolis, 1991). Mr. Schimel has served as President of the Association of Practicing Certified Public Accountants and is a co-founder of the Institute of Profit Advisors, a national consortium of business consulting firms that use the Profit Enhancement Process to help their clients reach their bottom line potential.

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