Stop Business Crises Before They Create Havoc

Graham, John
November 2012
Hudson Valley Business Journal;11/26/2012, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p5
The article discusses the methods to avoid crises at businesses in the U.S. and discusses the importance of maintaining a contingency plan. It is mentioned that following the global financial crises of 2008 many entrepreneurs have come up in the country and they are full of optimism, tending to overlook the business risks. Also, many small to medium businesses failed to make use of the latest technology like customers' data. Information on the methods of handling competition is presented.


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