10/9/15 BOL STHM 1113
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4 STHM 10915 notes first information day social justice notes study session dates study session dates last information day 101315 SPEAKMAN 113 1230PM 101415 SPEAKMAN 214 3430 101215 Chapter 4 the rest is on BBO198 Knowing your market FAD I VIABLE TREND 0 00000 all products have life cycle some are able to achieve a plateau and create a strong base plateaubasicplatform part gt achieve stable base of consumers people who want your product know they can come back to you know your source of information What are the competing and similar product innovations think about your potential market segment does it require major changes in behavior YOGAis it fad or trend trend people still do it since a while ASSESSING YOUR MARKET O Begins with knowing your market s behaviors 6 steps 1 know where your competition is potential alternatives 2 get and do the s US Census Bureau populations and percentages data numbers don t lie 3 correlate census data with participation data can be challenging 4 examine aspects of your potential competition will tell you what is working and what is not 5 develop of business plan 6 be specific business cannot be something that dabbles
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