19 Ways to Survive (EPUB)

Small-Business Strategies for a Tough Economy

This is intended for a global audience.

ISBN: 978-1-77040-886-9

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Learn practical and effective strategies to adapt to changing market conditions and take control of your small business!

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Strong economies come and go. Your business shouldn't have to!

You may have heard the statistic that nine of ten small businesses fail in the first five years of operation. Did you know that for those that make it to year six, an additional 90 percent will fail over the next five years? This means approximately 99 percent of small businesses won't survive their first decade in operation.

19 Ways to Survive coaches small-business owners how not to fall victim to these statistics. The book presents practical solutions in easy-to-understand language.

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Subtitle Small-Business Strategies for a Tough Economy
Market Global
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File Size 2.6 MB
ISBN 978-1-77040-886-9
Library Sales? Not for sale to libraries.

Author Details - Philip Spry and Lynn Spry

Lynn and Philip Spry own and operate a computer retail business that they purchased in Scottsdale, Arizona, in 2006. They were faced with a sudden drop in business in late 2006, which continued well into 2007 and put the business in jeopardy. Intent on turning things around, the Sprys sought a book that discussed the rehabilitation of small businesses. They came up short. After talking to many business owners and trying many different tactics, they soon enjoyed a 90 percent increase in revenue, in the midst of a weak economy.
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