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Market research survey - business owners



New Member

I'm researching if and how far businesses/employers would be willing to go to sabotage another business or competitor. I would be really grateful if you cuold complete a short survey which only take a couple of minutes of your time.

Link to the survey is here:

Thanks so much in advance!


Why on earth would you look to sabotage another business/competitor? Any time spent on this underhand practice is time that is not being spent on your business. A bizarre survey in my opinion.


New Member
Market Research is necessary for........
1). Making proper marketing decision
2). Choosing the right products
3). Selecting the right sales person
4). All of these


New Member
Many newcomers to the business believe that they should not research the market and get statistics. The problem is that personal research is distinguished by the accuracy of the data and minor errors, in contrast to the data of "experts."
However, any research takes a lot of time and money. Some companies sell ready-made studies with accurate data at great prices. It can be helpful for both scientists and business people for starting a business in a particular area. So can be a great help in providing quality research reports.


New Member
Market research can also start with the reading the reviews about your concurrents on . That will help you to understand where everyone is standing at and what major mistakes you should avoid. Let's don't forget, we are all here to please our customers and only than our business can be successful.


New Member
in general, following your concurents content is a smart way to be always a step ahead!