Stories and lessons from a company making profit against the odds

Compounded by the pandemic-induced economic recession, many companies find themselves operating in declining markets – markets that have no real long-term prospects for growth, and where the demand for certain goods and services are stable at best but are not increasing. Yet, in such an environment, it is not impossible for companies to survive and make profits.

In this book, a former management consultant and current CEO of a company that survived decline in its market provides practical and hard-won advice for managers and owners of any company in a declining market or situation. In doing so, the author highlights key activities that companies in declining markets should focus on in order to secure their future and remain profitable.


Alain Liebaert
Alain Liebaert is a consultant who specializes in reorganizing companies. Following the death of this father, Alain entered the family business – Liebaert Textiles – and eventually became CEO, where he turned the business around in a declining market. He is based in Belgium.

Price: £16.99
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-911671-60-2
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-911671-61-9
Format: 234 x 156 mm
Number of pages: 176
Territories: World
Rights: All languages