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Ed Abel Discusses How Companies Can Develop Raving Fans

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Ed Abel

  • Founder, Abel Business Institute
  • male
  • Caucasian
  • 1961 (Age: 59 years old)
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Ed Abel is the founder of ABEL Business Institute.

Abel has invested more than three decades learning how to build a successful, thriving business. At age 24 with a $5,000 loan and the energy and passion of a young entrepreneur, Ed was ready to take on the world. And he did, only to emerge seven years later at the top of a $36 million organization with 585 employees. Inspired by the challenges that led him to success, Ed went on to build other multi-million dollar businesses, yet he missed the passion he experienced "in the trenches" of his formative years.

Determined to find a way to educate and advise others in the construction and sustainability of a vital business, he founded ABEL Business Institute. Over the course of this process, he developed The SkillPreneur Business System, a systematic approach to the construction, maintenance, and growth of a business--an approach that has become the philosophy and methodology of ABEL Business Institute.

Ed Abel is an adjunct professor of entrepreneurial studies at New York University (NYU) as well as the Director of the business division at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). At iPEC, Ed directs the business division that is responsible for supporting the graduate coaches in their business development process.

So, many people ask me, What's up with becoming a raving fan, and why are they so important? And there are two things to really remember about raving fans. The first is, by having raving fans, you have a marketing team, people that are going to actually go out there and tout how great you are. An...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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