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i consider them small business too , but they exist because there is a need for that type of product they sell , they compete with everyone who sells computer cases in the world , but they only have 2 more direct competitors , Mountain Mods and Little Devil ( because they sell obscurely big cases not everyone likes , but there is a small batch of people who do)

these small business i like them more than the mass produced cases who knows what defects might passed thru quality control

i look these small business as , hand made products worth their premium tag , but that alone wont sell it , probably they targeted the higher end market , where people spend 400-500 for a motherboard and 1k for a CPU biggrin.gif , and i bet they knew they wont sell 100 cases a month , and prepare a structure and a strategy for that smile.gif

there is a market for everything , u need to study it if its profitable and after that , coexist with the others and target some need , the rest is marketing smile.gif

because .5% of a 1 billion dollar market is alot of money
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yoi. Up until last semester it was required the people seeking the Network Administration degree (I was one)also had to take a management class. One of the biggest assignments in the management class was creating a fictional business (I did a non-profit tech center,most others did bars or restaurants).It came to be very obvious if you used all the correct analysis and investor gathering tools (including a SWOT analysis) it was impossible to operate a business for profit.This was the conclusion two of the groups that wanted to operate bars came to.In other words,they came to the conclusion that if you followed all the rules regarding profit,cash on hand,borrowing,inventory,location, etc, their business would fail for sure.When credit hours for the Network Admin degree got so high it was taking people 8, 12 credit hour semesters to get a 2 year degree a bunch of classes got dropped. One of the classes dropped was this management class.Business management was not my "cup of tea" so to speak but I had already taken the class.
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post #23 of 24
It'd be cool if there was a website where Multiple people could sell their cases, like a sort of "medium" like ebay, but dedicated to computer hardware.
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yoi. Up until last semester it was required the people seeking the Network Administration degree (I was one)also had to take a management class. One of the biggest assignments in the management class was creating a fictional business (I did a non-profit tech center,most others did bars or restaurants).It came to be very obvious if you used all the correct analysis and investor gathering tools (including a SWOT analysis) it was impossible to operate a business for profit.This was the conclusion two of the groups that wanted to operate bars came to.In other words,they came to the conclusion that if you followed all the rules regarding profit,cash on hand,borrowing,inventory,location, etc, their business would fail for sure.When credit hours for the Network Admin degree got so high it was taking people 8, 12 credit hour semesters to get a 2 year degree a bunch of classes got dropped. One of the classes dropped was this management class.Business management was not my "cup of tea" so to speak but I had already taken the class.

yeah , i graduated in Business Administration , Accounting . it covers some things i didnt cared , but good to know in the long run , probably should had gone the marketing way , but im more of an Entrepreneur , i bet u are the first one to wrote SWOT analysis on this site lol

btw , how did u create a non profit tech center ? fees to the customer ? passing the bill to someone ? a grant from a goverment program ? , i cant belive its fundraisin' lol , i want to know biggrin.gif
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