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The 10 rules for business success!

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The 10 rules for business success!

Post by HeavenAndHell on Wed 15 May 2013, 9:18 pm

The company is always right.

The market has to follow the company rules.

Customers have to accept the product as designed.

Customer wishes have no meaning.

If sales are decreasing, it’s the fault of the customers and not the fault of the company.

A company has every right to decide the continuation or cancelation of a service.

If customers give bad feedback, a company should try everything to erase it and ban demanding customers.

If communication is not running well, it’s better to eliminate it than improving it.

If a product isn’t successful, stop all support for old customers and release the same product with even more limited options once again with a newly founded company.

A company should never explain any activities to partners or to the public.
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Re: The 10 rules for business success!

Post by johnhjason on Wed 06 Aug 2014, 6:51 am

For a successful sales of the product, you need to launch the product to global market through online. I get the buyers of my product from the e commerce(http://qualitytrade.com/) portals. To increase the sales targeting the interested buyers is very important.
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Re: The 10 rules for business success!

Post by HeavenAndHell on Wed 06 Aug 2014, 6:58 am

Of course my comment above was ironic. No company could be successful this way, but unfortunately that is the way how Telnic acts.
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Re: The 10 rules for business success!

Post by mikeseaton on Wed 06 Aug 2014, 9:42 am

HeavenAndHell wrote:The company is always right.

The market has to follow the company rules.

Customers have to accept the product as designed.

Customer wishes have no meaning.

If sales are decreasing, it’s the fault of the customers and not the fault of the company.

A company has every right to decide the continuation or cancelation of a service.

If customers give bad feedback, a company should try everything to erase it and ban demanding customers.

If communication is not running well, it’s better to eliminate it than improving it.

If a product isn’t successful, stop all support for old customers and release the same product with even more limited options once again with a newly founded company.

A company should never explain any activities to partners or to the public.

@HeavenAndHell - very accurate and observant 10 "Business Success" rules - guaranteeing Financial Failure !

I define Financial Failure as continual account losses since company formation in 1998 and nearly $35,000,000 in Shareholder's investment money used up !

IMO it's not long now till there will be a "Changing of the Guard" !

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