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MSNBC Your Business: Interview with CEO, Deepinder Singh

Sep 21, 2016 3:02:47 PM

Deepinder Singh, CEO and founder of 75F, traveled to New York last week to be interviewed by JJ Ramberg for MSNBC Your Business. Below you can see our national television debut! We were excited to see Deepinder in action, as his segment aired on Sunday, September 18th. If you missed it on television, view the MSNBC Your Business clip below!

In the Top Tips segment, Deepinder speaks to the importance of having a solid business plan in place. Today, this business plan doesn’t have to be the typical, lengthy spreadsheet, but it can be something as simple as a mind map. It should be a core document that explains what your business does, how you achieve customers and how you plan to grow.

Surprisingly, many companies and CEOs may not have a business plan, because they claim it’s all in their head. Knowing where you want your business to go is one thing, but it’s most important that your team understand the company vision as well. Deepinder says that submitting your business plan to competitions is a great way to start, as it will keep your team on the path to success. In his words, “Conceive it, believe it, achieve it.”

Kristen Johnson

Written by Kristen Johnson

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