Think Your Market is Too Small? Try Recycling.

Posted on June 13, 2009. Filed under: Funnel, Lead funnel, lead generation | Tags: , , , |

I was speaking with an executive the other day who repeated the concerns of her management team that their existing market was too small to sustain their growth.

Expanding into new markets may look enticing, but there are large risks and costs associated with this strategy.  As it turned out in this case I was able to show the company that their market was large enough to provide growth opportunities for the next 3 years.

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    This blog is devoted to the topic of interim management for marketing functions within large and small corporations. Interim management as a staffing concept is well-understood and widely utilized in Europe. However, here in the colonies we are just beginning to open our eyes to the business benefits of being flexible and nimble when it comes to staffing senior-level marketers. (c) 2006 - 2012 Charles Besondy
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