Put your start-up on the map

Greco, Susan
August 1998
Inc.;Aug98, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p107
Focuses on a method used to track sales, developed by entrepreneurs Lori Schmid and Mary Tenty who launched the Female Athlete catalog, based in Lindenhurst, New York, in 1997. Information on how the catalog sales are calculated using a map.


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