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Giving Context To Your Notes

Giving Context To Your Notes

To give your notes more context, you might ask:

  • What is most important to our key customers in this market segment?
  • Are there any unmet needs in this market segment that we can fill?
  • How do our current strategies need to evolve to prepare for new market entrants?

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