What might we learn from companies successfully started in tough, turbulent economic times? More than you’d think when you consider Fedex, HP, and Apple rose from ashes similar to those we’re experiencing now.
Lan Nguyen, today, outlines some great Tips for Downturn Entrepreneurs on TheStreet.com including, to name a few:
- Study the market
- Take the long view
- Recognize that a great idea is only half of it
Give the article your attention as lessons therein are invaluable.
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