Keep your word
Change processes, adjust to market requirements. Yes, it can be difficult. Especially if you are an intermediary. Complaints that a business sells a standard product and "everything is the same for everyone else and we can't have any advantages" are not serious arguments and should be forgotten.
Ask the customers!
How to sell more? Where to advertise the product? How to develop the product and business? Ask your customers! Sometimes even a five-minute conversation gives a lot of ideas and reasons to think. Those who know how to hear and listen to their users survive. Those who ask questions and analyse the answers grow faster. Want a competitive advantage? Ask.
Which niche to choose? Keep an eye on your competitors. How they work. How do they advertise their goods, what do they offer? There are techniques for assessing the capacity of a market, and there are techniques for assessing its attractiveness. When it comes to the latter, keep an eye on your competitors.
HLTS Co: from idea to business
So, to stand out among your competitors, you must first of all "work with the pain" of your potential customers. Look for that "pain." Group the "needy" into target audiences. Segment and keep looking.
Ask yourself the question, "What will make a customer overcome habit and doubt to order from me?". Make sure your "economics are converging" and one sale or one customer brings you a profit, not a loss. HLTS Co. Ltd segments markets, identifies the problems of the client's target audiences, and develops financial models for their business. Together with the client, we go through a difficult path from start-up to customised business, from idea to profit.