Baby, you can drive my company

Mochari, Ilan
January 2000
Inc.;Jan2000, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p96
Focuses on how networking group The Entrepreneurial Achievement Model (TEAM) help CBR Public Relations company managed its finances. Information on the financial adviser recommended by TEAM to the company.


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