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How to turn inflation and recession into your biggest business opportunity

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As an londonbusinessblog.com, there are many things that are out of your control. Two such factors are inflation and recession. Without a good strategy, these uncontrollable factors can cripple even the most successful companies.


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In How to turn inflation and recession into your biggest business opportunitya free webinar offered by Oracle NetSuite and londonbusinessblog.comWe bring together a panel of experts to help you navigate these two uncontrollable external factors, by giving you advice that is in your control.

Join londonbusinessblog.com and communications strategist Jill Schiefelbein as she moderates a conversation and leaves all in attendance with ideas and insights to bolster your business plan. She will be joined by Matt Vigh, owner and CEO of Prospect Boomerang and Jaime Jay, founder and CEO of Bottleneck remote assistantsthat offer unique perspectives on how to deal with environments of financial uncertainty.

Together we discuss:

  • Three business categories that have historically performed well in a recession to help you build a recession-proof strategy.
  • How to streamline aspects of your business, especially around personnel, to prepare for economic uncertainty.
  • Reverse the chase and let the market come to you instead of you chasing the market.
  • The importance of collecting data, assessing processes and making micro rather than macro adjustments in your business.

The How to turn inflation and recession into your biggest business opportunity webinar will take place live on Wednesday, September 21 at noon EST | 9 a.m. PST.

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