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Case studies can provide a clear vision for prospective customers as to how you can guide them to the solution to their needs. By demonstrating your vision into what their future will look like after your help you gain a strong foothold for business opportunities.What goes into a successful case study?
â€œThe case study method is based on participant-centered learning. The students all start from the same base of 11 (or however many) pages in the case, but they bring different knowledge and experiences into the classroom. So they can take the same facts and disagree about what course of action to pursue.
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