100 ways to boost your firm's profit-ability

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B. Adams, 1991 - Business & Economics - 393 pages
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Most businesses are far less profitable than they could be and should be. Herman Holtz shows that careful examination of five critical components can result in many changes in the way in which a business is run, to make it a much more efficient and profitable enterprise.

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Contents

PREFACE
11
OVERHEAD THE KILLER
21
CUTTING COSTS ON CAPITAL ITEMS
39
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About the author HERMAN HOLTZ is one of America's leading consulting authorities and the author of numerous bestselling books on consulting, sales, and marketing, including How to Succeed as an Independent Consultant, The Direct Marketer's Workbook, and The Consultant's Guide to Winning Clients.

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