WHY SALATEIRA Failed IN SPAIN: FULL Parsing
Why did you decide to enter the Spanish market We analyzed all countries of the world according to different criteria. Based on this analysis, a roadmap for the development of…

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WHAT TO CHARGE EMPLOYEES AND HOW TO FIND A WEEK 30 typesetters
Disrupt HR is an international event that has already taken place in 166 cities around the world. The purpose of the event is to turn a look at the routine…

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HOW SHARING ECONOMY CHANGES TRADITIONAL INDUSTRIES
What is sharing economy? The concept of sharing is not new, as they lived in a primitive society. Libraries, cinemas and rental offices existed long before Airbnb and Uber, but…

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HOW TO BUILD A BUSINESS WITHOUT OFFICE: CASE OF GAGARIN STUDIO DESIGN STUDIO

Business in a remote format helps to scale faster, invest more in weak spots, create favorable conditions for customers and a special corporate culture.

How – on the example of the international design and branding studio Gagarin Studio tells its founder Artem Beseda.

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We have been working in a remote format for seven years. The asset has more than 1,200 successful projects for Epicenter, Ukrzaliznitsі, Auchan, METRO, Veresa, Megafon. And a team of more than 100 remote employees in Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus. We are preparing for the opening of a branch in Poland. Continue reading

“DO NOT OPEN A STORE, IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO SMILE ”

Engaging in service marketing is harder than it sounds. The problem is that you do not see what you are selling. You promise that you will provide good service, but the potential client hesitates: it is difficult for him to take and believe.

Harry Beckwith, founder of Beckwith Advertising and Marketing, an American company, has been marketing the services market for over 25 years. He collected all his experience in the book “Selling the Invisible”.

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CEO ONEBOX: “The Chase FOR CRM IMPLEMENTATION AS A TREND WILL KILL 90% OF PROJECTS »

Small and medium-sized businesses perceive CRM as a “magic pill” from problems in working with customers, lost applications and a decline in sales.

The selection and implementation of such software or a cloud service is a matter of correctly prioritizing and assessing the need for CRM. Dmitry Levoshich, OneBox CEO, helped figure out where to start implementing such a system.

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“IF YOU PLAN TO LAUNCH A BUSINESS IN ANOTHER COUNTRY, LIVE THERE FOR 6 MONTHS”
It is difficult to open a business in a new country, and even more difficult if this is your first business. Inna Yarovaya worked as a business development director at…

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“ON THE BIG MARKET EVEN A BAD PRODUCT WILL BE ABLE TO EARN AND GROW”
Roman Kirigetov seven years ago created the Kabanchik marketplace. A few years later he received investment in the project, and then sold it to EVO. Now Kabanchik works in 70…

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"IKEA USES THE LABYRINTH “So that we take a long walk around the store and buy a lot”
When retailers talk about a “beautiful store,” they really just want a space where people want to spend money. To form it, you need to build a happy customer experience.…

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“MAIN CHALLENGE OF SALES - CUSTOMIZE EVERY OFFER”
I love Albert Einstein's quote “We are all geniuses. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life, considering itself…

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