Copying a business, or how to capitalize on other people's ideas (part 1)
Copying a business is a really powerful tool for creating a truly solid business. And let them say that it’s bad, that originality and creativity are valued higher, that copying…

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Industry Analysis through 40 Questions (part 2)
Competitors and Competitive Industry Analysis 22. How many competitors in this industry? Analyze your piece of the market, i.e. those with whom you are really competing. But be aware of…

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How to study the market and why is it needed? (part 2)
5 steps to explore the market 1. Set the goal of market research. Do not just collect information, but decide (or rather, understand) what do you want to know? Why…

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How to increase profits in your business (part 1)

If you are an entrepreneur, then you simply have to constantly ask yourself the same question – how to increase profits? Profit – this is business. The whole point of the business is to increase profits. I don’t know other reasons for doing business. Whoever says anything. There are only five ways to increase profits in business, according to business expert Paul Lambert (the so-called Formula Five). Further we will consider them.5 ways to increase profits
1. Increase Margin
The same Paul Lambert said that business is not to sell more, but to earn more for yourself. And the more you can get from your business, the more successful your business is. And vice versa. As you understand, there are two ways to increase margins and, accordingly, increase profits: either sell more expensive, or buy and / or produce cheaper. Continue reading

Copying a business, or how to capitalize on other people’s ideas (part 1)

Copying a business is a really powerful tool for creating a truly solid business. And let them say that it’s bad, that originality and creativity are valued higher, that copying a business is inefficient, etc. More than 95% of fundamentally new businesses fail. Yes, there will be those who shoot, of course. But their number as a percentage of the number of attempts is negligible. And that is a fact.

Starting a business in a non-existent niche is not a business risk, it is just a hope that maybe you will be lucky. And building a business on one hope is at least unreasonable. There is no way to plan, analyze, make informed decisions. Everything will be based on the same assumptions. And you won’t build a business like that, friends. Yes, maybe lucky. There are chances – true, a maximum of 1%. Want to try it. Continue reading

How to stimulate employees, or about the mistakes of material incentives

What mistakes in motivating employees are considered the most common?
We will list a few standard mistakes made by managers and hope that they will help you better understand how to stimulate employees and thus improve your business.

Error number 1. Failure to pay remuneration obligations
In this case, employees are demotivated and eventually cease to trust management, and some even leave the company.

Mistake number 2. Premium payment guarantee
If employees are encouraged with guaranteed bonuses, then they often perceive the bonus as part of their salary. They do not need to make an effort to obtain it. And if you decide not to pay the premium, then you will receive a wave of discontent in response. Continue reading

How to study the market and why is it needed? (part 2)
5 steps to explore the market 1. Set the goal of market research. Do not just collect information, but decide (or rather, understand) what do you want to know? Why…

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Copying a business, or how to capitalize on other people's ideas (part 2)
How to capitalize on other people's ideas, or how to copy a business? Firstly, a little reservation. I do not want to say that the world does not need new…

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Kennedy marketing or tough business management
Real and real customer needs for every aspect of the business). This is your “customer agreement”. Finding a point is already good for every aspect of the business is priceless.…

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List of activities requiring a license (part 1)
1) Development, production, distribution of encryption (cryptographic) means, information systems and telecommunication systems protected using encryption (cryptographic) means, performance of work, rendering services in the field of information encryption, maintenance…

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