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Finding the right business niche area within your industry to get into is one of the most important parts of creating a strong business strategy and a strong business plan. In this book you will learn how to get many niche ideas, correctly niche-down within an industry, and even look inside yourself for how you can choose the best niche for your unique situation and strengths. You will then learn how to get feedback from friends, industry peers, industry professionals and potential customers, and learn how to plan your business so that you can start it as effectively as possible. Get the book now and let's get you started on your journey of finding the best type of business niche for you, and starting a business that you are best suited to start.
Although it may not seem like it, cleaning is big business. A well step up residential cleaning business can earn you substantial amounts of money (to the tune of $50,000+ per year). However, many people intent on starting this business tend to underestimate the amount of preparation and effort that goes into establishing such a business. After all, we all clean, right? Right, but cleaning another person's home for monetary gains/fee is infinitely different from cleaning your residence. When the word 'business' enters into the picture, a lot changes. Suddenly, the differences become clear: the person you are cleaning for expects value for money. If you are keen on starting a profitable residential cleaning business that provides value to its clients, you need to avoid common pitfalls made by beginners venturing into this business. Fortunately, this book, has everything you need to create a profitable and immensely valuable cleaning business. Here is a preview of what you'll learn This guide will teach you how to get started on the business. The book will also look at the intricacies of owning and running a successful residential cleaning business. You will learn the pros and cons of this type of business, the items you need to set up the business and get started, how to market your business for maximum exposure once it is up and running, how to price cleaning jobs, how to build a brand that stands out from the competition, and many more. Introduction Chapter 1: Getting Started Chapter 2: The Benefits And Challenges Of A Residential Cleaning Business Chapter 3: Basic Supplies Needed To Start Chapter 4: Marketing Your Business - Powerful Marketing Tactics Chapter 5: Powerful Branding That Beats Your Competition Chapter 6: How to price jobs right for maximum profit Chapter 7: Keeping Clients long-term
The information age has brought greater interconnection across the world, and transformed the global marketplace. To remain competitive, business firms look for ways of improving their ability to gauge business and economic conditions around the world. At the same time, advances in technology have revolutionized the way we process information and prepare business and economic forecasts. Secondary data searches, data collection, data entry and analysis, graphical visualization, and reporting can all be accomplished with the help of computers that provide access to information not previously available. Forecasters should therefore learn the techniques and models involved, as applied in this new era.
Business Forecasting: A Practical Approach is intended as an applied text for students and practitioners of forecasting who have some background in economics and statistics. The presentation is conceptual in nature with emphasis on rationale, application, and interpretation of the most commonly used forecasting techniques. The goal of this book is to provide students and managers with an overview of a broad range of techniques and an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. It is based on the assumption that forecasting skills are best developed and retained by starting with simple models, followed by repeated exposure to real world examples. The book makes extensive use of international examples to amplify concepts.
Business takes place in an increasingly global environment, crossing political and cultural boundaries, and consequently ethical dilemmas arise. The central focus of this text lies in how to make and explain "best choice" judgments in international business situations. br br This innovative textbook provides a topical and relevant analysis of the ethical dimensions of conducting business in a global political economy. From a starting point of applied ethics, the book introduces a common set of normative terms and analytical tools for examining and discussing real case scenarios. br br Extensive real-world examples, presented in the form of exhibits, cover issues including: br * Foreign production, including sweatshops br * Export of hazardous products br * Testing and pricing of HIV-AIDS drugs br * Advertising tobacco, alcoholic beverages and infant formula br * Deceptive marketing techniques and bribery br * Religious and social discrimination br * Cultural impacts from "music, movies and malls" br * Environmental issues, including oil spills, rain forest preservation, global warming and genetically modified foods br br Anyone with an interest in the ethical implications of international business, or the business implications of corporate responsibility in the global market, will find this book a thought-provoking yet balanced analysis. Clearly written, this book will be the textbook of choice in this increasingly important field.
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