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Blue Ocean strategy in diagram

Blue Ocean strategy in diagram

The red ocean is where you and your competition currently compete to solve consumers’ problems. The pink ocean is the space where you do not currently have offerings, but your competitors compete with each other. The blue ocean is the space where your competencies allow you to solve consumers’ problems that your competition either cannot solve or is not currently addressing.

Finding blue oceans provide you the consumer needs that were previously ignored, unknown, or unmet.

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Good Pricing Strategy.

Pricing strategy helps you determine the price point at which you can maximize profits on sales of your products or services. Factors to be considered includes:

Costs: Overheads, production and distribution.

Competitors: Offerings and positioning strategies.

Customer: Target customer profile.

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A good customer experience is essential

Competition for brand recognition is fierce. While digital-native newcomers with their tech-savvy, direct-to-consumer approaches enter with ease, the traditional retailers are struggling.

A big part of the problem is the inability to connect with customers. One PwC consumer survey showed 73 per cent of respondents valued customer experience. The same survey showed that consumers are willing to pay up to 16 percent price premium for a superior experience.

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Salt: The Flavour Potentiator

One of the oldest foods in the world, salt is not as much a flavour in itself as it is an enhancer, bringing out the flavors in all kinds of foods. It makes noodles, watermelon, meat, and all other kinds of food taste richer and generally better.

Humans crave salt as it has the chemicals we need to survive in the ionic compound composed of sodium and chlorine.

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