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  2.  What makes your business unique in 21st century and how can you get success?
  3.  World in this 21st century where the competition regularly claims to be #1, it’s difficult to differentiate and build your own identity. Difficult, but not impossible. Look at big brands like Pepsi, KFC and Zara.They have built their brand identities to command a large share of the market. Effective differentiation is one of the main challenges small business faces, as they are forced to compete against big companies. In order to be unique, effective and successful, we can follow onto some strategies given ahead-
  4.  Treat your customers like royalty, even if you are not in the service industry.The belief that customer service only matters in the service industry is a myth. All customers have an expectation of great service and will not put up with waiting in long lines or receiving poor responses from representatives.
  5.  Small companies seem to be doing much better in this area, as they have discovered the loyalty-generating power of remarkable customer support.
  6.  Customers equate experience with brands. If they have even one bad experience that remains unresolved, they will write off the brand. And negative feedback spreads like wildfire through social media and word of mouth.You need to be on top of your game to improve the customer experience, sometimes by going far out of your way. One major point is to accept your mistakes, whether they are your fault or not. Customers prefer businesses that own up to their mistakes and take steps to correct them.
  7.  Honesty is not just the best policy; it should be your main policy. Can’t deliver by a due date? Call and let your buyers know. One of your field reps messed up on a bid? Immediately have a tough conversation with your client. Lying to customers is like shooting yourself in the foot. If your customers catch you lying, they will lose faith in you and may even spread negative feedback about your business.
  8.  Continue to reinvent your company by adopting emerging technologies and introducing new processes, products and solutions. For example, make use of social media and mobile apps as a growing number of buyers prefer to find and work with you through their phones.
  9.  While some may argue that a company’s main responsibility is to take care of its core stakeholders such as customers, employees and owners, experts believe that businesses should give back to society as well.  CSR programs help businesses stay in customers’ minds, improve goodwill, and often bring in more revenue.
  10.  Most forward thinking companies are familiar with the benefits of blogging. If you’re tired of being overlooked online; if you’re seeking a fresh way to share ideas and have your voice heard, get involved with corporate blogging.You can write the content yourself and/or involve employees to regularly contribute. Many companies hire outside writers to provide content. Sometimes it’s good to have someone else handle certain tasks.
  11.  Can you guarantee next-day delivery?Are you confident enough in your product or service to stand behind it 100%? If so, guarantee it. Adding this type of assurance to your marketing message shows customers and prospects that you truly care about their satisfaction. Here’s the only thing you need to remember: you must back up your guarantee if and when the time comes.
  12.  Elaborate challenges or threats on entrepreneurship in 21st centuries and how they are converted to opportunities?
  13.  As an entrepreneur, firsthand the challenges of running a successful business. We often go into entrepreneurship full force without truly counting up the costs. It is not important that you know everything; however, sometimes what you don’t know can be the death of your business dream. Some of the challenges and also with solutions to overcoming these challenges are given ahead-
  14.  Most entrepreneurs come in with a great dream, but they underestimate the dedication that it takes to make a dream a reality. It takes more than a great idea to build a successful business. It takes persistent execution of an idea to succeed in business. Don’t assume that a great idea will create automatic cash flow in your business.You must be willing to put in the time in order for your business to succeed.
  15.  When you set out to start your business, proper planning is vital. Be sure that you have a clear vision and mission statement for your organization. Cash will never flow into a business that does not have a clear concentration.You should devote ample time to developing your product or service and defining your market niche. It takes concentration to set yourself apart from the competition. If you cannot find a way to differentiate your product or service, your business will not survive.
  16.  Leadership requires organization and responsibility. If you don’t focus on maintaining order in your business, you will burn out and break down. Also, you must be careful not to spread yourself too thin.While you might not be able to hire full-time employees in the beginning, consider investing in a virtual assistant who can assist with the day to day operations of your business.This will give you the ability to focus on revenue and product creation.
  17.  Doing one thing well and focusing your time and energy on that one thing. In a recent study by Bain and Company, research concludes that diversification can be the detriment of a business. First of all, diversification shifts the attention of the business away from its primary course. Secondly, diversification depletes time and resources.As an entrepreneur, you must focus on your core business if you want to maintain an advantage.
  18.  Entrepreneurs are built differently. Many times we expect family and friends to understand our drive.Yet while others might be critical in the beginning, you must stay focused on building your business. Building community will give you the support you need to push through seasons of difficulty and uncertainty in your business.
  19.  Entrepreneurs are consumed with solving problems and meeting needs. Entrepreneurship is not just about getting paid but about providing value.You must lose the employee mentality if you want to be a successful entrepreneur.With the right mindset, entrepreneurship is an investment that over time yields a favorable outcome.