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Tips #2 and #3 for Running a Successful Business in the South

Last time, we chatted about the importance of understanding and assimilating company culture to the local way of business. Not only should your business be in the habit of networking with other local entrepreneurs and business leaders, but you should engage and involve yourself with the local Chamber of Commerce. Look for recurring business and community events that may be instrumental in forming new and key relationships. At BridgeBuilder Education & Investments, we recognize that operating a business in the South requires a slightly different approach to company culture than other parts of the country. Therefore, we offer the next two basic steps to be on your way to becoming a Southern Success.

BridgeBuilder Co-Founder, DeWayne Johnson, speaks with local Chamber of Commerce representative Ms. Patty Martin.

Tip #2

Stop waiting for the perfect time.

Successful business leaders know there is no such thing as the perfect time to act. However, do not be reckless and forget to utilize a strategy. We encourage you to be committed and persevere during the process. Be willing to react and i