When you create a product or service or tweak one that already exists, never forget. Your success will depend on how well you anticipate the needs of both existing and potential customers in your market. "Customer Innovation" by Marion Debruyne gives insight on how to do this the right way to maximize your business growth
Charles Franklin is a Book Reviewer for Small Business Trends. He has a background as a professional reviewer, and is also a content provider and customer relations professional.
Charles loves books! Books have helped him from the age of 5 all the way to now. He has used books to escape, to build new careers, to deepen his faith, to laugh, and to get healthy.
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In short, Charles love books. He’s surrounded by books, so it was only natural that he review them.
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The authors of “Marketing Value Metrics” claim the increasing number of online channels has made evaluating the effectiveness of marketing efforts ever more difficult. To combat this problem, they propose a new system they claim will make marketers more accountability.Jul 4, 2015 531 Shares
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In the Internet Age, it's not only important for small businesses to create a brand but to also allow customers to help in crafting its message.Jun 21, 2015 349 Shares
A business's front line management may be one of the most important positions. It's the public face of the company dealing with customers and employees. This book covers the role of good front line management.Jun 20, 2015 257 Shares
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