Getting your product into a big box retailer can be a huge boon for your company. The potential for increased, consistent sales is appealing, but there are also plenty of challenges to consider before going into business with a large store.
In 1900, President William McKinley signed the Lacey Act into law, banning the trade of illegally procured wildlife, fish and plants. In 2008, an amendment to the act added timber and paper to the list of banned trade products.
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Industry in the United States is driven by the granting and receiving of credit. By offering credit to your customers, you’re essentially investing in their company.
So, you’ve got a trade show coming up. Whether you’re exhibiting or just attending, you’ve got a lot to think about. First of all, don’t panic.
Every Boy Scout knows to be prepared. But every company, regardless of size, should heed this motto when considering its future leaders. If the CEO of your company suddenly resigned or became unable to fulfill their role, what would you do? Wing it?