Be Remarkable

Is your company remarkable? Is that good?

Is your company remarkable? Is that good?

On the company the effect is like being assimilated into the Borg, but for users of their software it's like having a friend with a malignant brain tumor. You're going to have to say "goodbye" soon to an object of your affection.

I'm talking about the affect that Microsoft has on software when they purchase the company that makes it. Two cases that come to mind are PowerPoint and VirtualPC. Now there's another candidate, iView MediaPro. iView announced yesterday the assimilation. Maybe iView will be an exception. They have made remarkably great software for a decade or so. I love what they do.

Dang!

Being remarkable is important to a business. Make sure your business is on the right side of the "remarkable" scale.

Unhappy customers tell on average 22 other people. If you ticket price is $50 that is $1100 in revenue. How would you like to know before they tell 22 others? Learn more

This Growing Business is Sweet

This Growing Business is Sweet
Remarkable is the key here. These native american kids are remarkable in and of themselves. Their product follows suit. They have figured out government issues, food serving issues, product, marketing, web sales. Wow!

Their web site is pretty weak but they make up for that with a remarkable product and a 14 year old CEO. They are Lickity Split Chocolate Studio, LLC located in the southeast corner of Utah. Through attending an economic development conference and getting to know the right person (U.S. Senator Bob Bennett) they were set on track to land a major contract with a billion dollar company. Can they pull it off? "Of course we can we are only limited by our imagination" states their CEO (yeah, he's really only 14).

The company is managed by native american kids who discussed, brain-stormed, developed technology and a marketing plan that has brought them success. Now they can afford to buy the movie tickets that they wanted which was the motivation to start the business.

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