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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How to do a SWOT analysis (part 2)
Step 2. Analysis of the business environment In this step of the SWOT analysis, we must analyze in more detail all of the above factors and understand what they actually…

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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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conclusion

Learning business by watching others succeed (part 2)

Lessons for Entrepreneurs from Google
How can you learn business by observing and analyzing the development of Google. There really is something to learn – in business and not only honestly. So friends, a lesson for entrepreneurs from Google. Just let’s start with a little bit of history.

How did Google go about business?
In the late nineties in the world of the Internet such search engines reigned as Yahoo, Altavista, Lycos, Inktomi, Excite, AOL Search, AllTheWeb. At that time they were giants – especially in relation to Google. Continue reading

How to do a SWOT analysis (part 3)
Step 3. SWOT matrix Having calculated all the factors influencing the business and grouping them into four squares, we get the SWOT analysis matrix, as in the photo below. Thus,…

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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…

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How to succeed in business - a list of the most important factors
I am not writing this article “How to succeed in business” at all. The other day, I accidentally stumbled upon a list of success factors in business with which I…

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