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How to design a proven SWOT Analysis

How to Design a Proven SWOT Analysis

The first SWOT analysis goes back to Albert Humphrey. According to Wikipedia, A. Humphrey used data from several Fortune 500 companies and presented his results at a convention led at Stanford University in the 1960s & 1970s. Marketing Strategy Plan: How To Design A Proven SWOT Analysis With Powerful Impact When creating your strategic plan…

How to avoid business debts

How To Avoid Business Debts

How well are you managing your business debts? How can you avoid them? Let’s have a look to different ways of managing business debts… Managing business debts and avoiding mistakes that lead to bankruptcy If you are contemplating bankruptcy, then you are on the verge of closing the doors of your business. Is your cash…

Marketing Strategy Plan: 14 Keys to an Effective Marketing Plan

Many small businesses lack a strong marketing strategy plan. Why should businesses have marketing plans? What’s so special about having a strategic planning model in marketing? “Behind every great company there is a great marketing plan” according to Dave Lavinsky from Growthink. Lavinsky has highlighted 14 key elements that, once fully addressed in a marketing…

How To Make A Marketing Strategy

How To Make A Marketing Strategy Marketing Guru Philip Kotler shares with us the power of having a strong marketing strategy. By using examples from Procter & Gamble and Uniliver he demonstrates how to make a marketing strategy. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAZtjhln5dM&feature=related How To Make A Marketing Strategy Today’s marketing world is shifting from ‘Mindshare and Heartshare’ to…