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I am always on the prowl for novel ideas for midsize companies to compete more effectively with deep-pocketed (and entrenched) large companies.
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Listen to the national head of sales for Yelp on how they compete with giants Google, Bing and Yahoo using customer-generated local content; learn how they segment the market into small, medium and national companies and sell to each of them differently; and, how they use partner offerings to...

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There is a serious vocational skill shortage in midmarket companies.  Whether you are a manufacturing company or a services company with vocational technicians, there’s a shortage.  The shortage is a making of our society and the lack of attention from bureaucrats and politicians...

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Brian and Betsy are a husband and wife team. While retired and running a B&B in upstate New York, they started HANDSOME BROOK FARMS.  They started with six chickens and have almost a million now.  Listen and learn about carving out a niche in a crowded market, managing the supply...

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Keith Campbell is the Chairman of Mannington Mills, headquartered in Salem, New Jersey.  It was founded in 1915 and just celebrated its centennial.  Listen to how Mannington deals with big competitors like Berkshire Hathaway, Armstrong and Shaw.  Hear about the thinking on...

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Keith Campbell is the Chairman of Mannington Mills, headquartered in Salem, New Jersey.  It was founded in 1915 and just celebrated its centennial – watch Centennial video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EB1tFsC3pJk. ...

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New grads are unable to find jobs and laid-off baby boomer can't find them either.  Forget about the jobless numbers cooked up by the bureaucrats and politicians in Washington DC - they live in a 'make believe world' where they are entirely focused on 'managing the optics', expanding their empire or getting re-elected.   I see highly qualified people among the long-term unemployed and companies that make poor business decisions because they 'don't know what they don't know'.
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New grads are unable to find jobs and laid-off baby boomer can't find them either.  Forget about the jobless numbers cooked up by the bureaucrats and politicians in Washington DC - they live in a 'make believe world' where they are entirely focused on 'managing the optics', expanding their empire or getting re-elected.   I see highly qualified - experienced as well as knowledgeable - people among the long-term unemployed, and companies that make poor business decisions because they 'don't know what they don't know'.
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This article lists ten benefits to locating manufacturing and assembly activity in the U.S. These are: foreign trade zones, reduced transportation costs, more efficient production lines, more market flexibility, protection of property rights, quality control and product branding, product safety...

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You may be wondering how to take the next step and grow your business beyond its current state. There are numerous possibilities, 10 of which we'll outline here. Choosing the proper one (or ones) for your business will depend on the type of business you own, your available resources, and how...

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