My name is Ryan Garrow, I have been in the digital marketing field for about a decade. Served as CEO of an organization that Logical Position purchased about 44½ years ago. My wife and I owned five businesses. We have four kids ages two to seven and we happily live on eight acres just outside of Portland and do some farming and farming there, but generally through Logical Position I'm considered a little crazy . No one has four kids between two and seven, it's crazy but I do and it's fun and we do a lot of outdoor activities during lockdown.
Agenda of the day: A story of two companies successful businesses Growth goals Today we're going to talk about growth in a down economy. Declining economies are not exciting. They're not fun, but they provide a huge amount of opportunity for brands to employee email database take advantage of. We're going to look at the history of two companies and about as bad as it gets in the Depression. We're going to look at what some successful businesses are doing and what's happening to them, and then we're going to look at how you set goals for growth, at least in online marketing, and how you can hopefully defeat some competitors during this period. and leverage what's happening in our economy to your advantage.
History of declining economies in the United States Looking back, we had 47 recessions in the United States in 1776, and in the past 100 years we've had 18. More than likely, we're at 19, it's not official yet. We are keeping about the same pace of recession that we have known for 250 years. It's not about accelerating or decelerating, but what we do best is get out of it. In fact, the average recession has gone from about five years to about two and a half, three years over the past 100, so it's continually improving. We are learning more from recessions and what we can do to spur our new economy through them. Lots of truth from trial and error, every recession is different because for different reasons, but there is good news out there.