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How to negotiate deals that are beneficial to your business

Deal making refers to the activity of coming to an agreement with another entity.

Deal making involves negotiation.

Knowing how to close a favourable deal can make – or break – your business.


This article first appeared on 702 : How to negotiate deals that are beneficial to your business


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