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January 10, 2012

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Nadine Stevens

Hi,

This is very thought provoking. I believe whether we are a small bakery, or a multinational corporation, it is very critical to think closely through the details in order to protect our reputation. Research and planning should be given utmost importance.

Thanks for sharing,

Nadine

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