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Rollender, Nicole
February 2012
Stitches Magazine;Feb2012, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p14
The article focuses on the advice of former director of market development for Facebook Randi Zuckerberg on business-building in decorating company in 2012. According to her customers opinion on one's products and services will ensure the client's decorator of choice and it will create unique brand. She mentions that do not undervalue the ability of social networking, which increase one's client base. She adds the employees empowerment to help grow the business.


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