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BD Cams for Sale - morphed to gear markups.
One Day Hero
16/09/2010
7:04:06 PM
On 7/11/2009 Rock Climber wrote:
>
>I am so out of touch with the style of thinking in your posts, that I
>would like to hear your thoughts on how you would run your own successful
>small business. Do you believe a small business has the right to be profitable,
>expand and employ more people? I am interested in your views on Manufacturing,
>Fair Trade, Monopolies, Import Tariffs, Advertising, Wages, Philanthropy
>and Business Plans. I will share my vision for Rock Hardware, if you are
>willing to listen? Would you be prepared to share your dreams and aspirations
>for your own future, with me? There may be a few surprises for us both?

Do I believe a small business has the right to expand etc.?.........well, lets have a look at that. Of course you have the legal right to expand, much more relevant is whether or not its in my interests. The best way for you to expand is to get more people out to the crag, which means; more crowds, more queues, more unburied poo, more polish on the beautiful bits of rock where I like to hang out. Therefore, what's good for you is in direct conflict with what's good for me. We are, in a sense, competitors for a limited resource. I don't have anything against you personally, but if you manage to get a chain of stores up and make a packet....my climbing will probably be negatively affected. Sorry, but thats how it is.

>Confidentiality of course!
>
Why the big hush hush, Steve? Is it an old fashioned idea of the discusssion of one's earnings being uncouth, or concern that a free flow of information will damage your business? I congratulate Garbie for divulging a tidbit of info on how the money is distributed, hope he doesn't get in too much trouble for it.


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