How to study the market and why is it needed? (part 1)
First, let's figure out what a market is. I say again, I write about my concepts, which do not have to correspond to textbooks. Therefore, the market for me is…

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How to make a quotation correctly? (part 2)
Here are some tips for writing a good headline: The title is a question. For example: “How to increase profits by 2 times?” Or “How to bring the site to…

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How to establish a business (part 2)
2. Which of the processes has the most significant impact on profits in my business? Here, rather, it’s immediately clear, but nonetheless. It’s immediately understandable, because I believe that in…

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How to study the market and why is it needed? (part 1)

First, let’s figure out what a market is. I say again, I write about my concepts, which do not have to correspond to textbooks. Therefore, the market for me is customers, but competitors. And that’s all. Roughly speaking, of course, but the essence is as follows. Accordingly, to study the market is to study customers and explore competitors. Just huh? 🙂

More about what it is to “explore the market”
I’ll start the paragraph as I finished the previous one – excuse me. Explore the market – this is to study customers and explore competitors. In fact, you have two areas for market research. Continue reading

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 products, and no one will invent them. Will, of course. I already said that those who can do it can and will do it. So take good successful examples and copy them. On its own scale, of course. Copying someone else’s business is fine, don’t worry. And this is the key to success if you correctly complete your part of the task.

In this case, of course, do not expect someone to come up with a new successful business, and you will copy it. Take any existing successful business, analyze it, ask the following questions: Continue reading

How to recover lost customers or 6 errors that make customers forget about you

One of the most important aspects of doing business is retaining your customers and working with them. Attracting new customers is always more expensive for small businesses than working with existing ones. At the same time, the average check of regular customers according to statistics, if it changes, is for the better for business. Conversely, the loss (or non-return) of customers for a second and so on purchase is a serious loss for the entire business in fact. Therefore, the question of “how to return lost customers” is worth a separate consideration, at least.

In this article we will talk about how to return lost customers in a slightly unusual manner. I will list 10 main mistakes due to which, according to my observations, a small business most often loses customers, and you, correcting them (or not allowing them), will understand how to return lost customers. Continue reading

List of activities requiring a license (part 3)
38) Activities for the production of copies of audiovisual works, programs for electronic computers, databases and phonograms on any kind of media (except if the specified activity is independently carried…

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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…

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Industry Analysis through 40 Questions (part 1)
Analysis of the industry is not only an important step in opening your own business, but also an important tool for conducting and developing your own business. Indeed, making an…

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List of activities requiring a license (part 3)
38) Activities for the production of copies of audiovisual works, programs for electronic computers, databases and phonograms on any kind of media (except if the specified activity is independently carried…

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