P&G Enters Music Business

TAG deodorant gets record label through Island Def Jam partnership

amount of money behind this endeavor.”

Dupri, who recently released his autobiography Young, Rich and Dangerous: The Making of a Music Mogul, believes the partnership will expose urban music artists to a whole new arena. “I’m selling music as always–I just have a bigger platform,” explains Dupri, who has begun searching for talent for the TAG roster. “The artists get the luxury of being in the commercials like any other endorsement deal.”

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  • Favort2

    Very informative. You gave a lot of gave tips. Thanks !!!!

  • Eugenewjr

    Something to think about even though I’m not at that level yet.

  • Lucubrate75

    Passing the torch to right person ensures that your business will not only live on, but will have the opportunity to continue to grow.  

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    Good information to have for the future.

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    Huh I wish i would of know this b4 I decided to hire my family…

    • Infinitehi4

      Don’t dismiss family, they make wonderful relief support if they can be “trusted” in business.  Some relatives have the same desires and want to succeed.  Too often family or friends who want something for nothing are the first in line but not always a wise choice but when you share your vision with them hopefully it works out for the better for everyone envolved. 

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    ok great thank you. 

  • Infinitehi4

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  • Sandra Butler

    Make sure whoever you chose to run your business has the leadership skills…

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    This is a hard one. What about  ones legacy?

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    Thank you

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    Wise words

  • Victoria

    I enjoyed her presentation and learned a lot about family being a part of your business, but sometimes that can be a mistake.  I learned that the hard way

  • Donna

    Great suggestions for exiting a business.

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    That’s something to think about….. an exit strategy never crossed my mind. Thanks guys I’m learning a lot!

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    Great information to consider.

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    Food for thought. This course has my whells spinning. Thanks!

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    Ms. Lynnette you are the bomb.com! Thanks for the great advice!! 

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    Good advice!

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    Great insight.