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How to Break Out in a Competitive Market

This past weekend’s show focused on how entrepreneurs are figuring out a way to break out in highly competitive, firmly entrenched business sectors. We had the privilege of interviewing two such entrepreneurs who are breaking big with their startup businesses. Our host, Jeff Sloan, was accompanied by Guest Co-Host, Norm Pappas. Guests included Jason Raznick, from Benzinga and Ari Techner, from Scratch Golf. 

Jeff’s Takeaway:

“So, the bottom line is that if you want to break out against well-established competition, think of creative and clever ways to create important credibility and awareness that Jason did and focus on producing the best product as Ari did, and if you do, we’ll likely be featuring your story on a future edition of StartupNation Radio.”

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