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If you are a small to medium sized business even remotely considering dipping your toe into the overseas market sometime soon, Donald Trump’s potential “get tough trade policies” may have a major effect on your decision or ultimate outcome.
Small business operators are by nature risk takers; it's wired into their DNA. If they spot a new opportunity they will go after it.
It’s impossible to achieve your long-term goals – what you want the future for the business to be - without achieving your short term objectives – the detailed actions behind the big plan.
The executive summary is a synopsis of all the key sections of your overall business plan and is the most important part of your plan.
Your business requires both a mission statement and a vision statement to enable you to achieve your goals and objectives; but both serve very different purposes.
The demise of Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) raises the question “what’s next” for any business seeking a new trading partner. opportunities?
Your business plan is an essential strategic management tool which provides your management team focus and direction.
Your social media strategy builds on your more traditional marketing, communication and operational strategies.
Your vision statement identifies the potential inherent in your company's future - what the company would like to achieve or accomplish.
Mistakes in business are inevitable, but it pays to learn from them...
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