The 10 Rules for Small Business Management That Work

The 10 Rules for Small Business Management That Work Avatar Posted by bigmoneyweb under Management
From http://www.businessgross.com 465 days ago
Made Hot by: steefen on January 9, 2013 3:27 pm
How quickly your small business waxes stronger in market depends on how well you manage it. A well-managed small business grows into a very strong brand within a short period, while a poorly managed one wanes into extinction.

Managing a small business is not difficult, but you’re likely to make many mistakes if you ignore some basic principles.

Here are 10 rules for small business management that you must obey if you really want to steer your small business to success:

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Written by tcamba
464 days ago

I say " yes" to rule no. 1. In my line of business, I should keep my eyes open for what my competitors are doing . Taking a " peek" occasionally at their marketing strategies, quality and prices offered by them makes me stay competitive. And you are right, that I should use these ideas I learned from them and think ways how to improve them to make my products distinct. Thank you, Valentine!



Written by bigmoneyweb
463 days ago

Hi Tcmba, I agree with your point, believe me, everything I have been writing on my blog is based on my own experience and what I have learnt in the past and what I'm still learning. So glad you found this article a good one.

Thanks for your awesome comment :)



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