2nd post for Week 5 - 3. Are the products/services of...

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Chip has some very good questions to ask Washburn. I found another article that had a few more questions we could add to our line of questioning. These questions are simply designed to find out about how well Washburn does business especially relating to past business relationship. Also, we want to make sure they have not only a business plan in mind, but a genuine interest in our audio speakers. 1. How long have you been in business? (the longer a company has been in business, the more networking connections) 2. Who are the people behind the company? (The idea is to find out if they have had success in prior business relationships)
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Are the products/services of personal interest to you? (I wouldnt want to work with a company that would not recommend my product or even buy it themselves? 4. Does the company offer great support tools? (we want to make sure our product will be well marketed and represented) 5. How do you earn your money? (we wouldnt want to waste our time getting started with a wholesaler who does not have a plan to make a profit, because then the working relationship will not last. http://www.entrepreneur.com/bizopportunities/networkmarketing/networkmarketingcolumnistrod nichols/article55552.html...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course MM522ON MM522ON taught by Professor Vincent during the Spring '10 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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