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    May 1

    With the concept of Steuthe it comes to lasting success usually to a consulting company, if the company has economic problems or an expansion is planned for the financing is not yet fixed, on the facts, data and possible figures now used many consultants specialize in. Perform projections, how to calculate the income and expenditure and advise in savings or investments. But what good are one the many figures, if the path to the target is not clear? What’s a company, if it knows that it might take millions two years in one, but has no way to place permanently, successful and unique on the market? Kremawi are the facts and figures not in the center of business and HR consulting. Here especially the goals and possibilities of the company include, ensuring a permanent and successful placement on the market. To be highlighted the strengths of the company and the existing weaknesses balanced, so that the Companies can realize his potential and even enlarge. To the create an analysis of the company Kremawi works with the new Steuthe concept. With him can be pointed out not only the possibilities of the company, but also a safe path to success outlined.

    This is resorted to models of psychology, social science, economics, and physics at the Steuthe concept and put together into a unique concept. The model is a comprehensive analysis of the company with all its strengths and weak possible and creating a plan for the implementation of the objectives and exploiting the full potential of the company. But the concept of Steuthe can be applied not only in the formation and reorganization of the company by Kremawi, it is very helpful also in the introduction of new products and services or personnel issues. The concept helps not only costs and save time, but opens up the company completely new ways for success on the market. To test the concept of Steuthe must not just change the whole company, it can be exercised only once in the area of public relations or personnel matters, for more information, see. Kristin Muller-Wenzel

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