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Book Giveaway:Win a Trio of Books from PCT

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Enter your name in a drawing to win a copy of ““Selling the Invisible”; “First, Break All the Rules”; and “The Group of 33”.

Brad Harbison | November 4, 2009

Editor's note: When this article first appeared on PCT Online, it was during the transition period from the old site, which resulted in a faulty link. The problem has been corrected with the updated link below. PCT apologizes for this inconvenience. 

Included in the October issue of PCT is the Biz IQ sponsored by Dow AgroSciences. The special supplement provided tips for thriving in challenging economic times and included information from three recommended business books: “Selling the Invisible”; “First, Break All the Rules”; and “The Group of 33”.

Click here to enter your name in a drawing to win copies of these three books.

 

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