Mind Your Own Business: Survive and Thrive in Good Times and Bad

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    Best-selling author, businessman and Senator Feargal Quinn firmly believes every business has the potential to survive and even thrive during a recession. In Mind Your Own Business, he uses real-life examples from the first two series of RTE television's hit programme, Feargal Quinn's Retail Therapy, as well as valuable experiences gained in his fifty-year career in business, to explain exactly how to do it. From the importance of setting the right tone in your business, to placing innovation at the heart of everything you do, responding to your customers' needs and planning for succession in a family-run business, he challenges many of the bad habits that can build up in businesses over the years. Throughout the book, he also provides a range of simple, easy-to-implement steps that owners and managers can take to chart their way out of trouble and achieve success even in challenging times.

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    Number of Pages: 248
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781847175472
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    Listed in: Business strategy
    Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd

    Books by Feargal Quinn

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