May, 2016

Market Quotient: Why Small Attitudinal Shifts Results In A Huge Brand Difference

Human lives are often governed by a routine or a schedule. It is a part of our lives. From the time we leave our beds to the time we hit the sack again, most of the activities we do are essentially learned or cultivated habits. It shows up in how we interact with others, react […]

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How To Get A Better Review For Your Online Consumer Products And Services

Is it possible to get customers to write better reviews for your product or service? An analysis by Market Quotient says that there is a way. Through research it was discovered that individuals who posted reviews later or those that lived farther away, gave more favorable reviews. This very information could help a product get […]

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Business Research – The U.S. Bread Production Industry And Its Current Position In The Market

The bread production industry in U.S. market is the industry which specializes in the production of bread, rolls, croissants, cakes and miscellaneous other products. It further comprises of doughnuts, buns and cakes but do not comprise of cookies and biscuits. Industry And Entrants: This industry possesses low barriers to entry such that entry is easy. […]

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Core Business Values And Research Strategies Are What The Start-Ups Should Be Relying On

Kellogg’s cornflake is a successful brand that supplies the best quality cornflakes in the market. However few are aware of its early beginnings. When Kellogg’s cornflakes started out in the market, it was one of many cereal brands in the market and neither was it even a close competitor of some of the market leaders. […]

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Recession 2016 Coming Soon? Or Is It Just A Myth?

In the first quarter of 2016 the US economy has grown really slow. It has just managed a 0.5% of growth in the first quarter of 2016. This slow growth is often attributed to decreased consumer spending. The strong value of the Dollar and lagging exports coupled with a serious decline in business investments. Now […]

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