Former Marine, Expert Marketing Consultant, Business As We Know It Has Changed

Online marketing specialist Patch Baker released a new report on the importance of having the right team of experts and consultants for modern businesses.

Barnstable, United States - March 26, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Patch Baker, a US Marine Corps Veteran and experienced digital marketer, released a new report on the importance of having a PSD team for one’s business. A military-derived term, a PSD (Personal Security Detail) offers the security and assistance needed for a business to survive and grow sustainably.

More details can be found at https://patchbaker.com/field-manual/why-you-need-a-psd-team.

The recent report aims to provide a practical resource for businesses looking for effective ways to navigate the challenging current economic climate. The novel coronavirus epidemic is forcing businesses worldwide to dramatically change their marketing and management policies as they struggle to adapt to the new movement restrictions in place throughout the world.

Partnering with the right business consultants and experts has become essential for modern US businesses, explains the newly released article.

The concept of PSD derives from military strategy and refers to the individuals, weapons and logistics used to protect a core entity – in most cases, a high-ranking individual.

Transferred to the business world, the PSD offers a highly useful framework for the strategic consulting needs of modern businesses.

“In business, just like in the military, a PSD Team is assigned to protect you and your organization from vulnerabilities”, states the report. “These vulnerabilities may jeopardize and could even destroy you and your business. In the business world, a PSD Team consists of trusted advisors, proven professionals, and experts who are at the top of their game. Their purpose within your business is to use their expertise to protect your business at all costs.”

Patch’s new report also includes expert tips on how to build a PSD Team – from assessing one’s weaknesses to finding the most reliable professionals. For US businesses, these range widely from attorneys to business management, financial experts to marketing consultants and more.

Through his leading marketing agency, Patch Baker offers strategic digital marketing solutions for businesses looking to maximize their online presence and connect with more potential customers. His services include business consulting, social media marketing, brand management and more.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Patch Baker
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Organization: Tactical Response Marketing
Address: 3230 Main Street Unit 1137, Barnstable, MA 02630, United States
Website: https://www.tacticalresponsemarketing.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88951071

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