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Three things every entrepreneur should know

Author: Stephanie Hussels

Categories: Business Growth, Entrepreneurs
Tags: customer service, Financial planning, recruitment
Dr Stephanie Hussels, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Cranfield University on three things every entrepreneur should know Three things to keep in mind for your business. I would say number one to me is love your customers.  Understand what they want, if they love you they will come back that’s advice number one. I think advice number [...]
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