Many firms are so awash in business right now that the idea of growing their firms is, quite honestly, kind of scary. Meanwhile, they’re painfully aware that holding onto low-end work may prevent them from moving up-market to attract larger pieces of business.Savvy pruning can help ensure that you have the time and resources to attract new clients that are larger, more technically challenging and in line with your strategic direction.
REVIEW, COMMIT, PRUNE!
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