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What business are you in and what is your position? Are you an owner or an executive?

Can you provide a link to a site where we can get to know more about you or your business.

What is your story? How did you come to run a business?

What are the most recent changes being carried out in your business, and why?

A business is based on creating relations of trust with clients, suppliers, employees... How do you create and maintain yours?

How do you attract and retain the best talent?

What is “selling” for you? What is your technique? What is the greatest lesson you have learned about selling?

What techniques do you use to obtain customer loyalty?

How do you generate ideas for your business? Are you used to brainstorming with someone?

Do you see in your business a margin to optimize processes and reduce costs? How would you do that?

How does one develop the instinct to detect business opportunities?

Clients do not always know what they want. How do you correctly interpret their comments and requests?

Do you have a well defined future plan, or is it in your head rather than on paper?

What types of promotion or advertising have you tried? Which have worked best?

Are the words "New" and "Free" magic in your sector?

What role does technology play in your business? Do you believe that you are where you need to be technologically speaking?

How do you make use of the Internet? Have you already tried all the possibilities that the Net can offer you?

What opinion do you have of the tax system your business operates under?

What is the competition like? Have you have learned things from them?

What are your criteria for buying insurance? What has been your experience with this?

What do you expect of your bank? Does it respond to your needs?

At times it is necessary to take on debt to get ahead. How do you distinguish between good and bad debt?

How indispensable are you? Would your business survive if took you a year’s sabbatical?

Which decisions turn out better: the immediate, visceral ones, or the ones reached after mulling the matter over for a few days?

If you wrote a book about everything you have learned doing business, what would the title be?

What is your advice for surviving the economic crisis?


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