Since it does not give, it means that it contradicts its principles. Of course, the first principle of the invisible hand of the market is that it helps only its own. It is clear that there is no sense whatsoever in helping someone else. Accordingly, in order to get a voice from the invisible hand of the market, you need to get to know her, but it is better to be on friendly terms with her.
The second principle is to help only when help is really needed. If they help, when they don’t ask, they can send them to hell. This very often happens and she is well aware of this. The third principle – it helps only goods about which it has enough information, goods that the market really needs. This information needs to be passed on to her.
She herself will not ask her, guided by her second principle. Moreover, the more information will be transmitted to the invisible hand of the market, the more likely it is to get her vote in her favor, because the more information she has, the easier it is to convince the buyer to buy the product. To transmit information, it must be with the seller. Continue reading
Marketing in a small business is 100% compulsory. Without it, a business will never become large or even medium. It’s a big mistake to think that you will make money first and then do marketing. Thousands of small businesses have been using this tactic for decades, but have never been able to grow. They dream of becoming big, but dreams without good marketing remain dreams.
We start marketing in small business
If you want to grow, the first thing to do is marketing. Hundreds of small businesses were able to quickly become medium and large. But in 100% of cases this was achieved only through quality marketing. To grow, you need a powerful flow of customers, and it is impossible to get it without marketing. If marketing is applied in a small business, then 100% growth is guaranteed. Continue reading
The economy is the basis for the development of countries, states, businesses and people. It may seem that it is something solid, but in reality it is not. In reality, the economy is heterogeneous, because it consists of sectors. Within the framework of the economy, it is customary to distinguish 5 sectors: primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary and quaternary. In the economy of some countries, all sectors are present, including the post-industrial economy, while in other countries only a few.
But this is not all, because the economy has levels that are associated with the levels of development of civilization. Today, it is customary to distinguish 7 levels of the economy on this basis: Neolithic, Early Class, Antique, Medieval, Early Industrial, Industrial and Post-Industrial. In one form or another, the global economy as a whole is represented by both different sectors and at different levels. Continue reading