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DANIELA ZELLER

Trainer in presentation technique, rhetoric and communication, coach, moderator and author

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Daniela Zeller

It is never too early to acquire basic business knowledge – after all, you don’t know when you might need it in the future. When I was at school, for example, I would never have thought that I would set up my own business. But I did! Knowledge is power, the saying goes. Business knowledge is even more than that! Having a good idea is certainly no guarantee of later success – that also requires a good dollop of entrepreneurial skill.