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CEOWORLD magazine Announces the Appointment of Lance Mortlock as New Board Member

CEO Insider

The Board of Directors of CEOWORLD magazine announce the appointment of its newest External Advisory Board (EAB) Member, Lance Mortlock, Ernst & Young Canada Managing Partner, Energy, who officially joined the board in November.

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Transforming Commerce: Chief Commercial Officer Search

N2Growth Blog

The CCO works closely with executive teams to define the company’s commercial path, making pivotal decisions about brand positioning, market competition, and revenue growth. In addition, the CCO manages and implements strategies to drive revenue growth, break into new market segments, and foster customer engagement.

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How to Use the Latest Methods to Benefit All Stakeholders of The Company

Joseph Lalonde

For employees, automotive logistics can help them develop new skill sets by keeping them up-to-date with the latest technologies available for transportation management services. Leveraging data helps managers make better decisions that are backed up by empirical evidence rather than intuition or assumptions.

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How to Drive Strategies By Assessing Your Company Capabilities

N2Growth Blog

Response: Is the management team accessible? By market segment? How quickly can ad-hoc management reports be delivered? Here’s a simple framework that I use with clients to form their company capabilities profile. Are decisions reached quickly and enacted swiftly? Profitability: How profitable is the business?

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6 Factors That Can Impact Your Commercial Business

Strategy Driven

In the commercial world, factors ranging from sudden disasters to evolving market trends play a crucial role in shaping the business landscape. While some of these elements are within a business owner’s control, others are external forces that require a well-thought-out strategy to manage.

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4 Proven Growth Strategies for Small Business Owners

Strategy Driven

So, find your market penetration angle and run with it. Is it possible to create various versions or models of your products with more or fewer features for various market segments? If you can, then you can take advantage of the often untapped market share that many small business owners miss out on.

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How to Stand Out in a Saturated Market: The Benefits of Niching Down

Strategy Driven

They’ve identified and fitted into the needs of a smaller market segment that remains closely connected, and they’re well-known throughout that segment. There’s less competition in this realm because many of the big players just don’t want to enter smaller markets. For them, less is more.

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