Some startup founders fret about the difficulty of competing with established brands, but some of their worries are misplaced, writes Geoffrey James. "In most cases, the difference between a new brand and an existing one is a wash," he writes. "What's more, some pre-existing brands have negative reputations." In addition, customers don't really care about the size or age of your business as long as you offer stellar service, he writes.
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