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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Factors Affecting Business Development
Greetings to all readers of the Entrepreneur-Pro business blog. Today I’ll talk about what factors that affect business development, I consider important. Moreover, I want to note that it is…

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Industry Analysis through 40 Questions
Analysis of the industry is not only an important step in opening your own business, but also an important tool for conducting and developing your own business. Indeed, making an…

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If an agreement does not work out, the best way for everyone is to part. Even the most talented employee is not worth the demotivation of the whole team.

Nevertheless, the final decision must be made taking into account information from two sides, and only after you have plunged into the situation as much as possible and figured it out.

You should be careful about cases when an employee returns to you to a higher position than he had. This can demotivate the team and create the impression that vertical growth is impossible in your team. Continue reading

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Brochurers. Brochure production and page binding typically take a long time. In this case, it is important to use special devices for these purposes, which will not only reduce the…

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What a business potential consists of - 10 basic elements
In business, potential consists of many different elements. This is not to say that all the prospects of a newly opened (and not only) business are tied to one thing.…

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Common Small Business Mistakes
A couple of days ago, I began to think, and what are most often mistaken? I mean us - small entrepreneurs. What are our most common mistakes? I thought, honestly,…

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Kennedy marketing or tough business management
Greetings, dear businessmen! Today is a little unusual post. You know, I read a lot of books on business, and Dan Kennedy’s book “Tight Management” made the biggest impression on…

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