Ready to Grow Your Business? How to Appeal to Niche Audiences

Strategy Driven

It’s a sure sign that the products or services that you are offering are quality and that you are providing customer satisfaction. When your operational and back office processes are aligned you work efficiently and productively. How to Appeal to Niche Audiences !

How to Build a Brand | N2Growth Blog

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Avoid controversy, maintain a high likeability factor, consistently and proactively engage your customers, be a business of character that engenders trust and confidence with your target market(s), produce a quality product or service at a competitive price point, and provide great customer service.

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0511 | Larry Downes: Full Transcript

LDRLB

The most recent being Big Bang Disruption: Strategy in the Age of Devastating Innovation. Paul Nunes and I have known each other for many years, and we’ve both been writing about the subject of disruptive innovation from different vantage points and different angles. One of the things I think is most interesting is there’s a lot of old models of innovation and of strategy that I won’t say they don’t necessarily apply anymore, but they apply to very, very, almost static markets.

44 Content Marketing Agencies Defined by 65 Marketers

Miles Anthony Smith

65 Content Marketers List the 44 Content Marketing Agencies Crushing It (Plus 70 Tips & 78 Myths Dispelled) ​Digital marketing is becoming harder to ignore as we now live in a world of internet ubiquity. ​ What are the Benefits of Content Marketing?

Business Model Generation : Blog | Executive Coaching | CO2 Partners

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Economies of Unscale: Why Business Has Never Been Easier for the Little Guy

Harvard Business Review

The global business environment is decomposing into smaller yet more profitable markets, so businesses can no longer rely on scaling up to compete, but must instead embrace a new economies of unscale. FedEx offered overnight delivery services in the 1970s, letting anyone ship a product anywhere, fast, at a modest cost. New platforms abound: Facebook and Twitter for social marketing, YouTube for video distribution, and iPhone and Android for mobile. Innovation Technology

Research: Self-Disruption Can Hurt the Companies That Need It the Most

Harvard Business Review

When innovations threaten to disrupt an industry by replacing an old business model with a new one, incumbents need to invest in that model in order to survive. But what if an innovation poses a threat, and you can’t yet tell whether it has genuinely transformative potential?

LEGO’s Girl Problem Starts with Management

Harvard Business Review

This, after years of mediocre “pink” products that did little to grow Lego’s share of the girls’ toy aisle. Why did it take until 2014 for the world’s second-largest toy maker to offer girls (and their toy-buying parents) products they might actually want? The 21-person corporate management team has 20 men and one woman – and she’s in an internally-facing staff role, not connected to the customer base or product development. Innovate!

Why Apple Has to Become More Open

Harvard Business Review

Apple is probably the most successful and innovative company on earth over the past decade, and it's extremely closed and secretive. And today the company has become more open in a number of areas, as the pressures of the market forces are forcing it to open up even further.

The New Merchants of Data: Creating a More Equitable Exchange of Data Between Digital Businesses and their Customers - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM MICROSOFT

Harvard Business Review

Where the custodian is the guardian of data, products and services are co-created with customers, rather than for customers, and business expansion is scaled through the products ecosystem. Products and services are delivered through networked social and professional channels. Provenance is knowing where your product comes from. A customer should be able to receive product suggestions, restaurants recommendations, tasks to be completed, and maintenance needs.

Why Apple Has to Become More Open

Harvard Business Review

Apple is probably the most successful and innovative company on earth over the past decade, and it's extremely closed and secretive. And today the company has become more open in a number of areas, as the pressures of the market forces are forcing it to open up even further.