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5 Tips to compete with your business competitor

Business is not a play where you can make your own rules and grasp success without even taking an action against your competitor to defeat you. Keeping aside the internal environment of business; it is high time for you to come out of the closet and compete with your business competitor efficiently and enthusiastically via following the described Tips:

Elimination of distraction

Businesses compete on one policy only—the policy of substitution. Until or unless the opposition business’s goods or services is a substitution of your business’s goods or services; it is wasteful to even compete. Thus, where there are substitutes competing in the market; your motive should only be eliminated the distractions for your consumer’s mind or not giving them a choice to switch from your product or service to the other ones. This elimination can be done via focusing on the value of your product or service through different techniques—offering better quality, boosting customer satisfaction with customer service convenience and others.


Study your competitors’ actions

Yes, it is surely important for any entrepreneur to believe in self; however, it is equally true that any entrepreneur must not dis-vision their competitor’s action taken in order to enhance business growth—if any entrepreneur did so, then it is arrogant and overconfident which may lead to a drastic drop down anytime. Thus, always study your competitor’s actions and not only study but reverting is critical as without reverting: studying is only a wasteful activity.

An efficient staffing

What do you seek for in an individual while interviewing him/her for the purpose of hiring? Probably, the ability to work, interact, body language and so on. But if you’re being told to search talent: would you be willing to find it easily? Not at all! But this is what you must do to defeat your competitor. Make a business team which is talented strong and knows to take initiatives in response to competitor’s action. Choose to train your employees for challenges; impart good working conditions.

Target new audience BUT don’t avoid the existing one!

Growing and competing competitor via gaining more audience (consumer) for your product or service is a forever advice. However, it is recommendable to don’t lose the interest of your already existing customers on the other side of the road. For acquiring or targeting a new audience, you can consider opting to export your product and boosting the marketing of your product or service for better customer response towards consumption of your product or service.


Stay awake with technology and internet

This is one of the majorly considered technique for businesses to keep one step ahead of their competition. Staying awake with technology and internet refers to the equal concentration of business towards the online reputation of its brand or service. Make sure, you’re doing not a little bit but far better than your competitors.

We understand business is competitive, the last but not least tip is to keep your cash flow, and Max Funding is always here to help.

“Compete because disappearing from the market is not an option.”


Finance Expert, Writer, Entrepreneur

Tammy Richards is a passionate finance expert who is also a writer and business owner. With over 10 years of experience as a finance expert, Tammy wants to share her knowledge with her readers.

Tammy covers and simplifies a range of financial topics, including how start-ups can raise capital and how established businesses can grow successfully. It is clear that she is firmly on the side of Australian small business owners.
Tammy keeps her fingers on the pulse of financial updates. Through her articles, she regularly shares the latest tips and traps around financial products such as business loans and credit cards. She also delivers her information in an easily consumable and interesting way.

Tammy is a keen advocate of promoting financial literacy. She aims to educate small business owners by providing financial insights into common financial problems that businesses face.

“More than anything, I am enthusiastic about using my experience to help Australian small business owners to achieve their financial and business goals,” she says.

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