Developing Good Business Sense

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Developing Good Business Sense I choose to review three different types of business and the one’s I’ve chosen are a restaurant, retail store, and a credit card company. Even though these businesses are totally different they have a lot of similarities such as the time and effort it takes to get the business a float. Not to mentions that many business fail within the first three years so in order to maintain a business you have to have a great operating system. And there needs to be an understanding that things may be slow in the beginning but a business owner has to be persistent and come up with great marketing strategies to attract business. Every business small or large has employees, whether it’s just one or several. And employees are organized in different ways, even if it’s the same line of business the management or organizer may have different strategies, and ways of training that differ from the other company. Take a restaurant for example depending on the type of restaurant the manager would need to hire the appropriate staff. After you operate the restaurant for a while, you will begin to see the shifts and trends in daily and weekly business, and you will get a feel for which people and how many people you need for each part of the day (Food Service Warehouse
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