Make Your Competitive Analysis Stand Out in Your Business Plan

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on November 14, 2006

Before writing the competitive analysis, first identify both direct and indirect competitors. You can locate listings of local businesses, search the Internet for online competition, and seek out mail-order businesses that might offer competition. However, the best way to create a strong competitive analysis is to visit your competitors, study their prices, understand their customer base, and uncover the services they offer.

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May 30, 2009 3:02 AM

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