LeadFerret Releases Directory of 100 Year Old Companies

See the full directory at: http://leadferret.com/v1/directory/100-year-old-companies

Most companies don’t live as long as most humans. It takes a strong business model, determination, and a good customer base to survive longer than 5 years, let alone the average lifespan. The economy, supply and demand, and decision making are among the many factors companies have to take into consideration to be able to make it 100 years or longer.  Some 100+ year companies have been the major vehicle for immense success, creating goods and services that set the standards of living high from all over the world. Other companies failed, but what remains is the impact these 100 year old companies left in society. New technologies, ideas, and business models can be taken from some of these top dog companies, as emerging companies step into the playing field and offer similar products or services. “Of course it is difficult to accurately calculate the exact age of companies. We cannot always say with absolute certainty whether the companies are really old, continuous businesses or, rather, newer firms that were once trade associations, state organizations or the result of mergers or acquisitions,” according to Investopedia.com.

These companies must be doing all the right things. There are many steps involved in the process to stay in business 100 years, and much to be learned from these centennial companies. These companies and organizations were able to achieve a tremendous amount of success due to the strategies uses to improve people’s lives. So whether you’re looking for ways to stay in business long-term, this directory puts some of the oldest companies in one place, easily accessible for anyone who looking for engage and collaborate on developing products or services that are best suited to the human working world.

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