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If there are few customers or the business has stalled, then it’s time to conduct an analysis of market opportunities. It is also necessary because sooner or later the company is faced with the fact that it has nowhere to grow in the market in which it operates. This happens for various reasons, but, as a rule, because the market is saturated and cannot absorb more goods or services.
Market opportunity analysis
There is a logical question about how and where it is better to develop and move. To look for ways of development – this is the analysis of market opportunities. For example, the market for conventional cameras began to stagnate, but the camera market for mobile phones began to develop rapidly. Camera manufacturers simply had to move to a new market in order to stay afloat. Continue reading
An effective business is a business in which there is no shortage of consumers. There used to be a shortage of resources, then a shortage of goods, but humanity has dealt with these problems. There are enough goods, enough services, shops where everything can be bought is enough, in general, there is enough, but consumers are not enough for all this, and this is the main problem of our time.
Effective business for everyone
The most interesting thing is that people have enough money. If not available, you can always take a reasonably affordable loan. It turns out that the problem lies precisely in people. This problem consists in the fact that people do not consume goods in the quantity necessary for business. Since they do not do this, it means that something prevents them from doing this, they lack something. Continue reading
The main sources of profit are changing following a change in the economic level. We are currently moving from a fourth economic level to a fifth. Accordingly, very soon only businesses that are engaged in the creation of goods and the provision of services of the fifth economic level will be able to make good profits.
Sources arrived in modern conditions
Levels of the economy are called sectors. Currently, 5 sectors are distinguished: primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary, quaternary. At different times, each of these sectors was a “locomotive of the economy” and gave the owner of the respective assets wealth and power, acting as a source of profit, power and recognition. Continue reading