How to do a SWOT analysis (part 3)
Step 3. SWOT matrix Having calculated all the factors influencing the business and grouping them into four squares, we get the SWOT analysis matrix, as in the photo below. Thus,…

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Addresses of tax inspections in Moscow (part 2)
Inspectorate of the Federal Tax Service of Russia No. 15 - Northeast AO Address: 127254, Moscow, st. Rustaveli, house 12/7; 127254, Moscow, st. Rustaveli, d. 15. Help desk phone: 8…

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How to sell goods well - learn from Amazon
How does Amazon sell products? As I said, we’ll just go point by point along the route that is offered to the visitor on the site. And we will, of…

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Kennedy marketing or tough business management

Real and real customer needs for every aspect of the business). This is your “customer agreement”.
Finding a point is already good for every aspect of the business is priceless.
Borrow ideas from a wide variety of companies and industries – this gives an advantage, because all competitors usually have the same narrow horizons.
Excuses and profits are incompatible. The scoreboard (some kind of sports arena, meaning) shows the result, because it is important, not the reason, because it is not important.
We must constantly think about how to increase profits – to increase the share of profitable working time, find new ways of marketing and advertising, how to keep each client, how to get recommendations, what is not worth doing, what needs to be delegated, etc., etc. Continue reading

How to increase profits in your business (part 1)
If you are an entrepreneur, then you simply have to constantly ask yourself the same question - how to increase profits? Profit - this is business. The whole point of…

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Learning business by watching others succeed (part 1)
6 business lessons from the Barack Obama campaign Barack Obama is not the first presidential candidate to use the Internet in his campaign. But Barack Obama is the only one…

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List of activities requiring a license (part 3)
38) Activities for the production of copies of audiovisual works, programs for electronic computers, databases and phonograms on any kind of media (except if the specified activity is independently carried…

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