Companies can’t be standalone islands. Just like any human being, and because companies are social entities, they need to create and nurture relationships with both people and fellow companies in order to grow and prosper. Ed Wallace has come out with a book entitled Business Relationships That Last that dramatically emphasizes this.
With more than 25 years in corporate America, Ed Wallace chronicles his proven principles on building and maintaining lasting relationships. His books essays five steps that can transform simple contacts into business partners with real-life anecdotes and insights from his own experience. It’s a program any company large or small that looks at networking as a business opportunity to add to his corporate library.
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