How to do a SWOT analysis
SWOT analysis is a very important tool for opening, planning and running a business, respectively, and the question “how to do SWOT analysis” is of particular importance in the life…

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Trends for the coming decade
Look at the list of global challenges and you will understand what trends in the startup industry should be expected in the future. You will see that the most successful…

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THE THORNY WAY TO SUCCESS NESTLA - THE BIGGEST FOOD COMPANY
Successful Nestle. Nestle is the largest Swiss company with a worldwide reputation. Specialization - food. The beginning of activity dates back to the 60s of the 19th century. At the…

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How to make a business profitable?

We continue to talk about how to open and conduct your business at Entrepreneur-Pro. Today is a very good topic: “how to make a business profitable?”. To be honest, it seems to me that not everyone understands how a business becomes profitable. I understand that it would be arrogant of me to say that I will tell you now how to make my business profitable, and it will suddenly become super profitable. I will not tell you how to make your business specifically profitable, I will talk about where the profit comes from in principle, and a little about how to sell and promote your products. Continue reading

How to systematize and improve a business?
To help you organize your business, I made a small questionnaire, by answering which you can more deeply understand all business processes in your own business. Do not think that…

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Copying a business, or how to capitalize on other people's ideas
Copying a business is a really powerful tool for creating a truly solid business. And let them say that this is bad, that originality and creativity are valued higher, that…

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Subheading KP
The subheading of the quotation should provide clarifying information about your quotation. In the case, let’s say if the heading would be too long, then we can continue the idea…

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Coronavirus is considered force majeure ?! How to foresee a contract or supply breakdown
The spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 officially received pandemic status, i.e. global epidemics. However, the effect for the business became obvious much earlier: companies faced with non-fulfillment of contractual obligations…

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