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What is your business?

E. F. L. Brech

What is your business?

A study of marketing management for maximum profitability.

by E. F. L. Brech

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by British Institute of Management in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesOccasional papers. New series -- No. 4.
The Physical Object
Pagination23p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21532958M

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Business metrics indicate whether a company has achieved its goals in a planned time frame. There are hundreds of different key performance indicator examples, but there’s no use in measuring all of these. Depending on your business goals, you should track business metrics that really show how your business is doing.   What makes a business book the “best”? Best-selling? Most influential? Timelessness? Categorical relevance? Business Pundit sifted through numerous categories and resources to come up with this list of the 25 Best Business Books Ever. We didn’t concern ourselves with categories (management, sales, etc.) or timeliness of subject matter. Instead, we focused on the following .

20 Books to Read Before You Start Your Own Business David K. William David is a publisher and entrepreneur who tries to help professionals grow their business .   So you have a business that you are rather proud of. That’s fantastic! And what would make things even better would be writing a book and publishing a book about your business.. Which, to be frank, is a monumental avenue to grow your business, find new leads, and increase income (I mean, Self-Publishing School even uses this method to grow to 8 figures).


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