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8/17/2016

6 Ways to Start a Business with $5k in the Bank

 When Brian Hooks and his daughters Emma and Lily started their business, ScreenMend, they had big dreams but not much to show for all their efforts. With a small investment and just over $4,000 in sales, the future seemed dim. However, after securing an investment from Shark Tank’s Lori Greiner, the company quickly grew and currently has over $1,000,000 in sales. As unrealistic as it may seem, you CAN start and grow a business with a small investment. In this article, we’ll review 6 strategies to start a business with a $5,000 investment.

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5/11/2016

Motivating Your Prospects and Customers in the Digital Era

The digital age transforms how businesses interact and communicate with their customers. It also levels the playing field between small businesses and large enterprises. This disruption is changing the dynamics of the marketplace. Simply compare the list of market leaders today with those from 10 or 15 years ago, and it becomes patently obvious that digital makes a huge difference. Indeed, a recent study by PwC shows businesses that do a great job engaging their prospects and customers on digital channels are twice as likely as their peers to achieve rapid revenue and profit growth.

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1/18/2016

10 Ways to Keep Your Enemies (Competitors) Close, Part I

Nearly every film aficionado can cite various lines and scenes from The Godfather. One of the most famous lines from the trilogy occurs in the second installment when Michael Corleone recounts one of the lessons he learned from his father, “keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.”

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8/6/2015

5 Strategies Small Businesses Can Adopt to Ride the Omnichannel Wave

Davinci understands the pressures and constraints of a small business, having our beginnings as an entrepreneurial startup a decade ago. We have also worked with thousands of small businesses to help them shape and execute on their engagement strategies.

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