Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Money is not the object in this recession

You'd think in a challenging economy, everything has to be done cheaply. Certainly, the idea of over-charging is wrong in this or any economy. But think of this:
Most large corporations have slashed budgets, payrolls, closed factories and killed new products. Now those companies have to grow their businesses back. They are willing to spend money to do that--and they have a fair amount of money to do it with.
Suppliers can't think small today because the expectations and the pressures to help that large corporation are so big.

It's not about cutting corners, it's about moving mountains. That takes money.

Barry LaBov
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