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e-Recycling businesses face a unique set of challenges. TransparentPlanet has put together a list summarizing the many factors that can cause e-recycling businesses to fail.
The potential pitfalls are grouped into sections including: Business Strategy and Practices, Business Systems, Operations, Transportation, Human Resources, Sales and Marketing.
The list was compiled by Lauren Roman, who has over 20 years of leadership and experience helping e-recycling businesses grow.
View the full report: How e-Recycling Businesses Fail
Feel free to contact TransparentPlanet to schedule an introductory conversation to discuss your challenges and how to maximize your success.
TransparentPlanet e-Recycling Market Research & Business Development
Have a new metals recovery technology? A greener alternative for precious metals? Rare Earths? Other?
Looking for feedstock and relationship building within the North American e-recycling industry?
TransparentPlanet Founder Lauren Roman has over 20 years of experience and relationships with North American e-recyclers and a track record for fast and valuable information on the e-recycling market. Years of work with e-recyclers also places her in a unique position for introductions and relationship building for sourcing scrap materials from the e-recycling industry.
Contact TransparentPlanet and see how we can:
1. Support a winning business plan with valuable market information
2. Show you where materials are located and what the volumes are
3. Help you build a successful go to market strategy
4. Facilitate introductions and relationships with the precise people in the e-recycling industry you need to be talking with.
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