Saturday, October 1, 2011

Do Selfish Companies Perform Better?

I’ve noticed that there seems to be an increase in selfish companies, who have forgotting who keeps them thriving. I was fortunate to attend an event in downtown Toronto only to be a part of a one way presentation. It made me wonder if selfish companies do better than none-selfish companies.

The presentation was hosted by a very well known institution that has access to all kinds of resources. You might say it’s out of this world. So do selfish companies do better than others.

0 click to comment:

Post a Comment



Join Unconventional Founders Community


Search This Blog

Featured Post

How Founders Can Create Alliances and Belong to Communities - sponsored Founders Under 40™ Group + BJ Mannyst

Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase announced a new alliance in early 2018. In the last two years the formation of alliances ...

Popular Posts

Blog Archive


Contact Form


Email *

Message *


Providing unconventional and conventional marketing service and business solutions, that focuses on early & growing service oriented organization. Proud partner to Founders Under 40 Group

Use form first so we can personalized engagement because we don't serve everyone.

Contact form

EM: info[at]foundersunder40[dot]com
Skype: amhiredaidto
Chat: IM, SMS
SF: 415 -- 830 -- 9856
TO: 647 -- 560 -- 9886
Mon – Sat 9am – 7pm Eastern Time
Toronto. New York. US. Europe. Africa.