Setting up business

A great analogy for a new business

San Francisco Small Business

Bean SproutWhile out for an early morning walk, I glanced upon a popular San Francisco community garden.

It was tranquil, peaceful — and surprisingly well-organized.

It was small so many of the gardeners found ways to maximize their space, using careful planning, creativity (and a little muscle.)

Your businesses can benefit by being equally ingenuous. Develop your own small business “green thumb” and get “more for less” by using creative, economical ways to attract, convert, and retain your prospects and customers.

Cultivating Your Business Idea into a “Sales Generating Garden”

1. Choosing the right kind of plants for you  (Your “Aha” Moment): Okay, so you’ve got an idea. But is it enough to support a viable business or product — able to solve the problems faced by your potential customers? Your ability to sell (and ultimately, make money) is based on your idea’s attractiveness to potential customers.

2. Planting…

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About martinjquinn

I am an accounting academic, accountant and author based near Dublin, Ireland.

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