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Entrepreneurs get crash course for building a successful company

The second annual Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference got off to a dynamic start on Tuesday morning at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, treating at least a hundred entrepreneurs and industry representatives to a crash course in making a new company a success. The entrepreneurial boot camp was designed serve both veteran and novice business owners, by providing a loose outline for success from a panel ......

Full article >>> llustrated how to avoid common pitfalls. The major point emphasized was the fact that creating a system is not the ultimate solution, and there is no way to make a method failsafe unless it is able to adapt.

You have to distinguish between the business plan and the businessthe plan alone does not make it a success, Byrnes said.

Byrnes illustrated that for a plan to succeed, it m......

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Most of building a business is common sense, Byrnes concluded.

Following Byrnes speech, two panels of entrepreneurs with considerable experience spoke to the audience and shared the knowledge they had obtained through starting their own companies and working with others. The panelists shared general tips for growth, including a healthy line of communication with the customers, r......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 06/01/04


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