Whether a start up, a staff member or an experienced small business person, entering a new industry is a tricky proposition.
New rules apply and different strategies are needed to be successful, meaning you must toss out any preconceptions and assumed knowledge and really start learning the ins and outs of an industry all over again.
It’s a bit like going back to study an unfamiliar subject. You know how to study and the way the education system works, but the content itself is completely new.
If you’re contemplating entering a new industry, whether as an employee or entrepreneur, these 7 tips will hold you in good stead to quickly get a grip and surface to the top.
Oct 31, 2012
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