Market Analysis for Small Business – Start-Up Market Assessment – Entrepreneurial Marketing Research

Market Analysis for Small Business - Start-Up Market AssessmentMarket Analysis for Small Business – Start-Up Market Assessment

Brandings has been around for quite a while and has helped many small and medium size businesses get off the ground, expand or launch new products. Through these experiences we’ve identified some pretty clear patterns exhibited by successful start-ups. We’ve also have identified the characteristics of failed ventures.

If you’ve been following our blog, you know that we’ve developed questions that every entrepreneur should be able to answer. Continuing that series we present the next question in the series for a start-up …

A. Start-Up Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives
B. Development & Structure
C. Market Analysis
D. Product & Service Offering
E. Competitive Environment
F. Strategic Planning
G. Marketing & Sales Planning
H. Organization Structure & Management
I. Operations Planning
J. Risk Analysis & Contingency Planning
K. Financial Plan

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This blog will focus on one area — Market Analysis

Following are a series of 8 questions that will help you analyze the market for your small business.

This list of questions should trigger discussion and more questions. The time you spend now could make the difference between success and failure.

Market Analysis Questions:

1. Describe your industry or market.

2. What is the total size of the market?

3. What are the opportunities in this industry?

4. Are there external forces that threaten this industry?

5. Have there been recent changes in this industry?

6. Is there growth in this industry?

7. What are the barriers to entering this market?

8. How can the market be segmented?

Brandings has everything you need to hit your start-up targets every time. We offer a wide range of services including company naming, premium domain names, strategic planning, corporate identity and design, testing and research, trademark screening – all custom tailored to meet all your specific start-up needs.

At Brandings we have a team of professionals that can help you at every step of the start-up process. Give us a call at 1-800-852-8900 (Toll Free USA) +1-310-246-5100 (Worldwide) or send an e-mail to info@brandings.com.

Well it’s spring is in the air. Every time it gets warm out it think of summers off out of school. Above are some of Brandings available Gen Y brands, please let us know if you are interested in any of them or any of our other brands. If you are interested in the domain only, just let us know and we can work something out, just click HERE. If you have any comments about this post, post it, we’d love to hear it.

2 comments for “Market Analysis for Small Business – Start-Up Market Assessment – Entrepreneurial Marketing Research

  1. Hawas
    November 23, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    If you can’t answer these questions, you should take a step back work through these questions and only then go back into business.

    Thanks for the great tips.

  2. Biff Palmer
    April 8, 2013 at 10:30 am

    Thanks for the comment, we couldn’t have said it ourselves. We know that we’re a business naming company but we’re all business people here. We love to not only give people advice for naming their business we want people to have all of the info they’re going to need to be successful on the marketplace.

    Our staff here range from business professors to art gallery managers and everything in between. This articel is just one example of our experts sharing their knowledge of the business world with the great readers of this blog.

    If you’re interested in reading more articles about all different aspects of business follow the link to our article page, it’s kind of like a business degree all on a page, check it out!

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