posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 05:57 AM
Originally posted by Merinda
Originally posted by CitizenJack
reply to post by Merinda
Oh really...?? Its impossible for a startup to make it?
As the great Barney Stintson would say " Challenge Accepted"!!!
I hope you enjoy the savory flavor of crow.
Its impossible for a startup to make it when people do not have money to spend, yes.
Its all about location, location, location with a start up. If your in Nevada with unemployment at 11.5 then you may want to wait. If your in Vermont
with a cool 5.5 percent go for it. If you can find a niche in the market be creative and present a solution to a problem or a new creative way of
doing things then shoot for the moon baby!
Look at GPS. People spend tons of money on something that isnt necessary, can be unreliable and has to be replaced every few years..... Or they
could spend 5 bucks on a map which last decades and isnt affected by cloudy skies. On black friday I saw hordes of people standing in line for those
garmins. Two rows over in the outdoor section the maps and travel atlas looked mighty lonely.
Im in Michigan and we are sitting around 9 percent unemployment. I found something I love doing that I feel consumers will appreciate and I'm going
for it. Everytime someone decides not to start a business because they are told now is not the right time I rejoice lol, it leaves more room in the
market for me.
If the national average unemployment is 7.9 percent then that leaves another 92.1 percent employed. Employment = Money. I know that the whole 92.1
percent doesnt have disposable income but I dont need 92.1 percent of the country buying my product.. How could I keep up
My target audience is
edit on 24-11-2012 by CitizenJack because: (no reason given)