Taking the road not taken: When the crowd wants to zig, you move to zag. Driving in the empty lane. Better yet, driving off-road. You are always swimming upstream. Running into the wind. That’s what taking the road not taken means. In the advertising world the river is flowing a certain direction in 2019. According to Ad Age, GroupM, one of the major ad forecasters, is predicting slower advertising growth in 2019, and has reduced its projection from 3.9 to 3.6 percent. There are a number of factors involved in the slowing growth; but with the decrease in the growth … Continue reading The Road Not Taken: 5 Digital Marketing Ideas for 2019
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As a business owner, you probably get told on a regular basis that you should have business contracts in order to protect yourself and your business. Even so, you might think that nothing will ever happen, so you don’t get written contracts. However, that could be a big mistake. Here are some reasons why you need to have business contracts. Most businesses use contracts as a way to protect themselves and their resources. Business contracts should be used to protect your business and your resources. You may want to make sure that you are going to be paid after completing a … Continue reading Why You Need Business Contracts →
Manufacturing plants can only thrive when they churn out high quality products. This is why most manufacturing plants offer a money-back guarantee on the sale of their items. However, the quality of the end product is profoundly affected by raw materials. If your suppliers don’t adhere to high quality standards, you’ll be stuck with products […]
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The Changing Regulatory Environment The federal regulatory environment related to export control is currently undergoing significant revision. Goals of the revision include improving access to global markets for American business; and reducing the regulatory burden and expense of export controls. Large revisions are in the works for weapons, firearms, and related technologies export controls. Amid rapidly changing regulatory environment, how should these issues be evaluated during the due diligence preceding a merger or acquisition? An Export Control Monitoring Program? An export control compliance monitoring program that is both written policy and functioning is a very big plus. Most developed compliance … Continue reading Evaluating Export Control Practices Amid a Business Merger or Acquisition →
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