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Title: Creating and Dominating New Markets
Publication Date: 2002
Book Condition: Collectible: Like New
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Finding new markets is the key to eliminating competition and maximizing profits. This title delivers specific strategies for identifying potential new markets, avoiding costly mistakes and managing the expense of opening, growing and maintaining new markets. It includes instructive examples.Book Description:
"Many executives and managers want to create and then dominate new markets. The rewards include unmatched brand awareness, the luxurious financial position of having no competition, and the exhilaration of building something completely new.
Creating and Dominating New Markets shows managers, executives, and business owners how to emulate the remarkable success of savvy market creators such as Microsoft, FedEx, and AOL. The book delivers specific success strategies on how to:
* Identify the right market to create
* Use common denominators for success
* Avoid common and costly pitfalls that can easily derail efforts
* Find funding to support a new market
* Make the best use of time, money, people, and technology.
Packed with instructive examples and entertaining stories, the book teaches readers new skills -- or helps them re-tool old skills -- for jumping ahead of the competition and building an exciting, profitable venture."
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