How smaller companies can compete against major brands

03/15/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

A study of 39 fledgling companies in emerging markets shows smaller companies can compete successfully against large brands. For example, small companies are better able to customize products because they don't have standardized production processes. Small companies should deploy their resources, even if limited, in ways that maximize impact.

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