Identifying profitable customers is essential to a business’s success. Often I hear from financial leaders… “I don’t need to worry about the customers; that’s the marketing and sales team’s job.” WRONG. Everyone in your company should be concerned with your customers because without them, there is no business. If it turns out that most of your customers
Your business sucks… How does that make you feel? Probably upset, maybe a little defensive. But what if it’s the truth? Many entrepreneurs generate new ideas as if it were a bodily function. As you have likely seen, not all ideas result in a multimillion dollar venture. Some of those ideas will fail to even bring a penny in!
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Do you know who your A-list customers are? I was in a board meeting last week when I heard an interesting story from one of the other board members. Mike recalled when he was a young man and developed an interest in electrical work. While continuing to work at his day job, Mike developed a