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5 Things You Never Should Say To A Client | Entrepreneur.com








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And that can be like navigating a minefield. Each customer brings a different personality and expectations to manage. Becauseso many companies are vying forbusiness, the slightest misstep can sink an enterprise. Here some basics to keep in mind, including what to never say to clients, no matter how well you think you know them. Related: 5 Tips for Building Strong Relationships With Clients 1. <br>visit http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/235367







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Why This College Entrepreneur Is An Expert Scheduler | Entrepren








Manapparai entrepreneur knits a profitable venture - The Hindu





To run his business, study and fit in a little fun when he can, Bryan Silverman has become an expert scheduler. His secret to making the most of his mornings? Planning something to do for work or for play the moment he wakes up. Our College Entrepreneur of 2012 explains this and other tactics for allocating time in this short video. Related: <br>visit http://www.entrepreneur.com/video/234363












Tempe entrepreneur learns way with upscale pasta sauce





Many of his employees are happy working closer to home. For M. Bala of Manapparai, who was a product in-charge at Tirupur for 12 years, it was a perfect opportunity. My wife is also employed here and we have a child in school. While working in Tirupur, most of my salary went for boarding and lodging. I am happy working closer to home, he says. <br>visit http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/manapparai-entrepreneur-knits-a-profitable-venture/article6118436.ece









"Learn from them along the way." Another challenge Costantino faced was that his paternal grandmother, now 95 and originally from Italy, did a lot of improvising each time she cooked dinner. "She didn't actually have a recipe," he said. "I had to carefully watch her . . <br>visit http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/business/2014/06/13/tempe-entrepreneur-learns-way-upscale-pasta-sauce/10481693/



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Russian Entrepreneur Takes Over Artnews | New York Post










Esterow said that while the 65,000-circulation monthly has made him money over the years, it was currently operating in the red. Skaterschikov said he has a plan to reverse the recent trend. There is a very clear, well-prepared and sufficiently funded game plan in place to be executed with immediate effect; however, no details are being disclosed at the moment, said Skaterschikov in an e-mail exchange with Media Ink. Robin Cembalest will remain as editor, he said. Esterow started his career as a 20- year-old journalist on the culture desk of the New York Times and left at the age of 44 hoping to start his own publication in the art world. That changed when Newsweek decided to sell Art News to him in 1972. Its been very rewarding in so many ways its been a good ride, said Esterow, who said he may write a book. <br>visit http://nypost.com/2014/04/08/russian-entrepreneur-takes-over-art-news/



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