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Strengthen Your Startup Company – David Karli

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This is the third video in a series of David C. Karli’s obstacles faced with startups. Greyledge technologies started up with a small group of heavy users. This means that they did not have many accounts, but the accounts they did have were very high-profile with a lot of use.

Unfortunately, this created weaknesses since it gave the client a very strong leverage on things like price negotiation and using competitors to get what they wanted. Instead, Karli wanted to take control of the direction they were taking with clients.

Get in contact with David C. Karli through his website, LinkedIn, and learn more about Greyledge Technologies here:

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