Gearing Your Small Business for Innovation
October 4, 2012 Editor 0
As an entrepreneur, constant innovation is critical for the long-term sustainability and success of your business. But innovating doesn’t require you to be the next Steve Jobs or to create something the world has never seen before. In the context of a small business, it rather involves responding to your market’s needs quickly and accurately – and ensuring that you put appropriate systems and processes in place. This will ensure that innovation becomes an extension of your business’ thinking and operations.
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