101 Secrets to Building a Winning Business
Are you serious about building a winning business? Then read this book.
Why do some businesses struggle or even go under, while others go through the roof? The answer is It's not what you're selling, it's how you're running the show.
Whatever your business interest or level, 101 Secrets to Building A Winning Business is packed with tips on how to run your show and build it up. Andrew Griffiths suggests a range of actions that you can take to turn your bright idea into a winning and money-making business. And the actions he suggests are easy to implement, fast, practical and most important they will not break the bank.
Taking on board even a handful of the actions suggested in this book will lead you down the path to building a winning business.
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Building strong relationships
Make sure the founfations of your business are strong
Have absolute commitment to your customers
Making your workplace unbelievable
Marketing on a tight budget
If your business cant sell how can you succeed?
Become the ultimate corporate citizen
Making yourself as impressive as your business
Set the pace for your competitors to follow
20 more tips to help build a winning business
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Secrets to Building a Winning Business: Tips for Building an Outstanding ...
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