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Entrepreneurs mistakenly think, "The more data, the more insight." But diving into a sea of unexamined data can actually harm more than benefit an organization.
Starting a Business
If your product or service falls short of great, your company won't last long.
Follow these strategies to handle smaller companies that may be carving out a niche in your market share.
So, what do you do when competitors start poaching your turf? You dominate them.
Since its launch in 2012, the company has expanded into motorbike hailing, carpooling and delivery.
Use social media to research your customers, yes, but also research your competition.
Competition is one of the greatest motivators, because it pushes you to do your best.
Don't let fear of competitors dampen your launch plan. Instead, use them as case studies to build a better product and company.
Cutting prices to stay in business is fatal but giving a good customer a break is just smart marketing.
There's room for other players even if Uber is dominant.
Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler is embracing Silicon Valley management techniques in a drive to speed up decision-making, empower staff and fend off new rivals.