Let's run another simulation, one similar to the one we ran last week when evaluating customer loyalty.
Open your spreadsheets (e-mail me for your own copy). Using the customer acquisition index row (C6 - G6), enter increases in customer acquisition that yield a business that is generating $80,000,000 in sales in Year 5.
There are many solutions that get you to the same answer. Share your simulated results in the comments section of this post.
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