Dealing with Indecisive Customers Through Pricing
One characteristic of the market economy is the competition that widely exists in the marketplace. To continuously find a new profitable market niche, an entrepreneurial behavior that makes competition increasingly intensive is the key for success in running business enterprises. So, a natural question arises for anyone who dreams to acquire success in the business world: What characterizes a market that begets new opportunities or competition?
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