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December 21, 2011


Tom Smith

"In short, firms “encourage” marketing, but don’t to much to ensure it happens."

-I say that this is true most of the time. Employees must be educated on how to promote the firm.


"Educate all of the firm's employees about the firm's business and the kinds of clients the firm prefers to work with, so that every individual can be on the lookout for new opportunities"
A very good point. I've always thought it good for every employee in the office to have a business card.

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