Demarketing is a type of marketing aimed at reducing demand among the entire target audience or its specific groups. Wait, but why reduce demand – you have to rejoice that things are going uphill! However, not all so simple. In what cases you can’t do without demarketing, read our article.
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Demarketing, decay and hopelessness
Why does demand exceed supply?
How does this threaten the entrepreneur?
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Here is an entrepreneur opened a business. Developed a sought-after product, conducted market research, found its target audience. Passed packaging courses and made a cool website, hired cool sellers.
And in less than three years the company closed. That’s the end of the tale.
And this is not fiction, but statistics: 97% of small businesses are closed within three years. Most likely, the percentage would be much less if, in addition to sales, innovation, marketing and packaging, entrepreneurs paid more attention to finance. Therefore, we asked the chief editor of “Neskuchny Finances” Ilya Eremin to help understand the financial nuances of business. His word! Continue reading
Back in 2012, I first tried my hand at business – I opened a store for informals, which worked offline for less than a month. The loan after this adventure paid off another 3 years 🙁
I made all the mistakes that are possible. With that approach, things were doomed to failure, but it still hurts me.
Experienced entrepreneurs, for sure, will laugh at my fakaps. But for newcomers who are now on fire with an idea and are ready to put everything on it, my story will break pink glasses and help to look at my plans more critically.
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