What do you when faced with an economic recession? Business author Tom Edge provides the solution in his book How to Beat the Recession. He outlines strategies for businesses of all sizes to get ahead and stay ahead of competition, during these tough times. It includes tips on how to start up or revive a business, as well as ways to keep costs low without sacrificing quality or service.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for business owners and managers who want to stay ahead of the competition in these tough times. It provides helpful tips on how to start up or revive a business, as well as ways to keep costs low without sacrificing quality or service.
- This book is a great resource for businesses of all sizes during tough economic times.
- The author provides clear and concise strategies that can be easily implemented.
- It includes tips on how to start up or revive a business, as well as ways to keep costs low without sacrificing quality or service
- May be not very useful for people who are already in business
- Not a lot of new or unique information
- Could be repetitive for some readers
Learn more about the author
Tom Edge is a business author and entrepreneur who has started, grown, and sold businesses in the UK and US. He draws on his own experiences as well as interviews with experts to provide practical advice for anyone facing an uncertain economic future.
“If you’re looking for advice on how to make your business thrive in today’s economy, this book is a must-read.”
“This book is a must-read for any business owner who wants to stay afloat during these tough economic times. Edge provides practical, step-by-step advice on how to thrive in today’s marketplace.”
“I read business books all the time and found this one to be packed with useful, immediately applicable information.”
“Tom Edge’s book is a must read for any businessperson struggling to maintain market share and profitability during these difficult times. His down-to-earth, easy to understand style makes it ideal for both experienced entrepreneurs as well as those just starting out.”