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How To Start Your Own Marketing Company standard

Starting a marketing agency could be an excellent choice if you have prior experience in the industry or just desire a business that enables you to think creatively and provide answers to a wide range of clients. The global digital marketing and advertising market is predicted to be $322.5 billion and is expected to increase to $640.2 billion by the end of 2027, according to a recent report. You can also profit from a wide range of subfields within this business, such as specialized areas with little competition and rapidly expanding markets with great profit potential. Of course, creating a marketing firm from the ground up isn't a simple endeavor. In case you are wondering "how to start a digital marketing ...

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The Ultimate Checklist For Starting A Successful T-Shirt Business standard

When it comes to clothing, t-shirts are considered casual wear for both men and women. They also serve as a reflection of identities, interests, and personalities. Because of this, selling t-shirts has become a popular way for those who want to start a new business. With the increasing popularity of t-shirt selling, there’s no doubt you can earn extra income each month.  However, building a t-shirt business requires proper planning and decision-making such as whether you’d use a t-shirt design maker. Since the said business idea is in demand nowadays, you need to make sure your business startup is set for success by keeping clients and generating more income. Keep reading this article to learn about the ultimate checklist for starting ...

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Tech Startup Marketing: 9 Disciplines for Success image

Marketing Disciplines

Startup success stories are more prevalent than ever with the top GAFAM technology brands (Google/Apple/Facebook/Apple/Microsoft) dominating the news, followed by hundreds of startup $1+ billion market cap Unicorns (a record 700 Unicorns in 2021), along with record IPO activity now fueled by special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACS). Yet the failure rate of startups continues to hover at 90% including a 20% failure rate in year 1. Also consistent with the 90% failure rate is the 10% success rate of startups that succeed after 10 years according to Investopedia. Fortune magazine published a study on startup failures that identified the Top 20 Reasons as stated by the founders. “No Market Need” ranked as the Top Reason for failure at 42%, followed by ...

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