Entrepreneur grapples with growing a business in a small market

Malcolm Fisher and his father started a company called Compact Appliances after their foundry business went bankrupt in 1982. However, Fisher was unsure of how to expand the company, which is a distributor of alternative heating options, within its market and without relocating. He solved the problem by introducing new products, opening a new business to serve the Northeast and launching other ventures.

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