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Business Development
Business Development

This page explains the role of a Business Development department in the corporate sector. This department is responsible for a number of key objectives inside and outside the organization. This includes the study of products, services and operations of the organization, providing consultative help where needed. This department is also involved in analyzing the business environment, including regulations and restrictions that impact the company so as to improve its sales and profits.

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