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Old 13th March 2011, 08:29 PM   #1
AngelBiz
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Default How Can You Succeed In Running Absentee Business

Small business owners run their business absentee for variety of reasons. Some owners are still holding full-time job while starting a business. Others have more locations than they can handle themselves. While still others just don’t want to spend their entire time on the business. Our estimate is that while majority of small businesses are owner operated, there are number of businesses that are run absentee for the reasons mentioned above.

While it is possible to run and succeed in absentee owner business you need to be aware of the problems that arise when you are doing so. Ignoring these problems can lead to deterioration and even disaster for your business. The most common issue in running the business absentee is that you may not be aware of what’s going on with your business or at least not to the same degree as when you are present 24x7. Even if you come to know about the issues it may be too late to act on. The issues can surface in all areas of the business ranging from operations, quality, purchasing and customer service.

You have to accept the fact that running the business absentee is not going to produce the same results as when it is run as owner operated. At very least, it will produce relatively lower sales and profit. However, there are steps you can take to ensure that it does not lead to disaster and eventual shutdown of the business. Below we have provided tips and techniques you can use to avoid this situation.

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