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The Best Or you can open your store or restaurant. Of course, then have to pay the rent, advertising and insurance However, there is a business system combining the reliability of the franchise and the freedom of an independent contractor, no bosses, employees and larger investments. This system is already used by companies such as Citigroup, Prodigy, gte, Mattell, ibm, Sprint, mci, amason.com, reel.com and cdnow.com. What new trends in business use these companies, which do not know you? What makes these companies are essentially pushed the traditional market, and what new forms of distribution are they using? They use a new business model called 'virtual Franchising '. Some people call it 'network marketing' or 'advisory marketing', others call it 'marketing liaison' or 'marketing from person to person,' or even 'viral marketing'. Call it like want, but the fact is that this business model annually brings $ 23 billion in the U.S. only. It's a business power of the word. Many companies have long realized that the best way to promote the product on the market - is the power of words. and Now they are willing to pay you for it. As the owner of a virtual franchise, you can market the products and services to existing companies and get a commission. Instead of investing millions of dollars in advertising, office rent and distribution of goods, these companies pay millions of virtual franchise owners, that is the same for people like you. Many of these companies have existed for more than 50 years.
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How To Save On Food Financial crisis forcing many to rethink their spending and cut some of them. Expenditures on food are a major stake in the budget of most families. In this article we will show how you can reduce this article budget. 1. Pulse demand. For even more opinions, read materials from Derek Jeter. A fairly simple way to save money - it's pre-plan purchases. Make a list of products that you want to buy, and stick with it - do not give in to impulse demand (All sorts of chocolates, cookies and other products that are being asked in your shopping cart through the efforts of specialists merchandising). This advice is particularly relevant for the hypermarkets. 2. Memento! Keep track of prices. As a rule, during week we visit different shops - hypermarkets, supermarkets and shops 'within reach'. Everywhere different prices, sometimes differing by 20-50%. Get a small notebook (use the same as for item 1) and fix the price for it purchased goods - at least for everyday products. Referring to it, you'll make many interesting conclusions about where and what products to buy profitable. Remember, there is no uniquely 'cheap' and 'expensive' shops - at each outlet eat foods that are lower than the standard mark-up. 3. Look around. See what your region has stores. Maybe you should pay attention to the 'discounters' - 'Pyaterochka', 'Dixie', 'Kopek', 'Magnet' and so forth (addresses and supermarkets hypermarkets). There are not too wide range, but you can pick up a certain set of frequently purchased products, which will cost significantly less than in a store 'at home'.

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