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Forbes: How to Recover When Deals Go Bad by Brandon Vallorani

By February 19, 2018In the Press

If you’re in business for many years or work with people long enough, it’s inevitable that you will experience conflict. Good deals may turn bad. Or even worse, you will be cheated out of a large sum of money. When this happens to you, how do you and your business recover?

Over the past fifteen years as a business owner, I’ve had several conflicts to resolve. They’ve ranged from simple disagreements with employees or between business partners, to corporate theft, and even sabotage. Thankfully, they were all resolved outside of court. Each experience taught me a valuable lesson that I vowed never to repeat. READ MORE

Brandon Vallorani

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Entrepreneur | CEO | Author | Family Man

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