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Ways to benchmark your business

 

For many business owners, determining the success of a business comes down to how much profit the company makes. Of course, finances are an important measure of a company’s overall success. If you don't bring in more than you spend you won't be in business for long. Profit, however, isn't the only important benchmark by which to measure your business.

There are other important factors business owners can and should evaluate to determine how well their company is doing now and to predict its future success.  

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