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After completing a design course, Renee set out to build her reputation as an interior decorator in Marietta, Georgia. Having operated for three years in her medium-sized city, she found that the market was just about saturated. With the economy on a downturn, fewer people were redoing their homes and fewer businesses were looking for a design consultant to help…read more →
Thousands of international firms see the U.S. market as a place to build their business. For companies based in Canada, Europe, South America, Asia and every other region in the world, breaking into the U.S. market means an entry into one of the most lucrative markets with hundreds of millions of consumers who pack substantial purchasing power. Successful operations in…read more →
The traditional way of doing business was to establish an enterprise in one area, slowly growing outwards and expanding to an entire region. With the benefits of today’s telecommunication and transportation technology, it was easier and less expensive to be focused in areas that were easier to reach and control. These days, however, technology makes it possible to be in…read more →
I started a small business about two years ago, working from my house. I had always planned to branch work for myself one day, but it wasn’t until my first son was born that I had an idea I felt passionate about. I started selling home-made, organic baby food, delivered to busy parents. Using my own recipes, I started promoting…read more →