The made-in-America company contracts out its production to mentally and developmentally disabled workers.
You’ve built a great product and created an awesome website to represent it. You even offer phenomenal support when users need help. But when a user asks for a refund, you get emotional and stop caring. Guess which part of that experience your customer is going to remember?
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While the benefits might be alluring, startups should be wary of forming alliances with too many large companies, new research finds.