“Opportunities don’t happen. You create them.”
~ Chris Grosser
After conducting the research for your business plan as I discussed yesterday, the information from the research should inform the strategy you choose for your business.
Revisit the strategy you created even before your research and dig deeper into decisions on appropriate marketing, operations, and hiring for the first five years of the company’s life.
Strategy generally pulls from the best practices of the industry, but uses this only as a foundation on which to add very different activities that create a competitive advantage.
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Today’s Question: What was unusual about the Sexto-Auto manufactured by the Reeves Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Indiana, in 1912?
Previous Question: What word, also linked to President Kennedy’s liking for a Broadway musical, was used for the first time in a 1963 Life magazine article to describe a 60’s era?
Previous Answer: Camelot.
The usage of the term is attributed with having played a major role in establishing a trendy image of the Kennedy Administration and period in the popular mind.
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