Businesses require a whole lot to function successfully. But at the end of the day, your success is likely to rely on one main thing - being able to provide customers with a desirable product. Without something tangible to sell, you’re unlikely to make all too much profit. Of course, you’re going to have to spend a fair amount of time, effort and money in product development, coming up with innovative products and ensuring they actually do the job that they’re supposed to do. But when it comes to bringing these ideas into reality, you’re going to have to focus on a manufacturing process of sorts. This is going to be essential to your product’s success. After all, you can have the best product idea in the world, but unless you can bring it to fruition effectively, customers aren’t going to hand over their cash - and your manufacturing process will ultimately determine whether people actually buy your goods or not. Here are a few manufacturing basics that will help you to get to grips with the process!
The Second NH Small Business Fest is coming up, 12-4pm on June 23rd at 40 East Derry Road, Derry, NH! The goal of the NH Small Business Fest is to provide a huge networking and visibility opportunity for all local small businesses. A table only costs $65 (as we want all businesses to be able to take advantage of this opportunity). Our first event last September had over 25 businesses. To grow the event this year, general public admission is now free and we are hosting the NH Food Fest (NHFoodFest.com) on the same day to drive local customers. For more info or to purchase a table, please go to NHSmallBusinessFest.com!”
Last week I posted a video reminding people to say please and thank you. I had someone post a comment saying please remember there is a difference between you’re welcome and no problem. When I first saw this comment, I thought “it is just semantics” it’s no big deal. But after I thought about it for a bit, I realized that there is a big difference between the two.
Kevin Willett says to find the courage to do something and then be proud of it