There is absolutely nothing wrong with "setting up shop", as Damion 'Junior Gong' Marley rightfully urges us to do. It gives us some level of financial freedom and a greater opportunity at achieving our greatest need, according to economist Abraham Maslow on self-actualisation. But, after you 'set up shop', how do you secure stability for your enterprise and navigate through a dynamic market environment? You MUST have an effective strategy. Recently, the Mona School of Business & Management hosted a public lecture, featuring Professor Graham Hall of Cardiff Metropolitan University in Europe. The lecture was delivered on the topic 'Strategy & The Small Firm: Ways to beat the market', to scores of business owners and students. This week's addition to our 'Say Cheese' album are highlights from this educational event. Take a look below.
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