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Growing Pains: Expansion Strategies for Small Firms

Source: Sage
A smaller budget, a smaller staff—managing a small company isn’t easy. And managing for growth only multiplies the challenges. Hard work is essential, but for sustainable growth, careful planning, specialized expertise, and technology support are also necessary. That’s why managers of smaller firms aiming at expansion need to remember some essential guidelines before it’s too late to turn back.


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