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  1. 1. Prof. Dr. –Ing. Kalamullah Ramli1Entry Strategies forNew Ventures
  2. 2.  It is easy to be captivated by the promise ofentrepreneurship and the lure of becoming one’s ownboss It can be difficult, however, for a prospectiveentrepreneur to determine what product or service toprovide Many factors need to be considered, including: an idea’smarket potential, the competition, financial resources,and one’s skills and interests2General View
  3. 3.  It is also important to ask: Why would a consumerchoose to buy goods or services from this new firm? One important factor is the uniqueness of the idea◦ By making a venture stand out from its competitors,uniqueness can help facilitate the entry of a new product orservice into the market It is best to avoid an entry strategy based on low costalone◦ New ventures tend to be small and large firms usually have theadvantage of lowering costs by producing large quantities3General View
  4. 4.  Successful entrepreneurs often distinguish theirventures through differentiation, niche specification,and innovation The key are:◦ Differentiation http://www.powerhomebiz.com/vol150/differentiation.htm http://www.icbs.com/Kb/marketing/kb_marketing-differentiation-smart-strategies.htm◦ Niche Product http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/203958◦ Innovation http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/oxfordshire/4371945.stm http://www.ippublishing.com/ijei.htm4General View
  5. 5.  Differentiation is an attempt to separate the newcompany’s product or service from that of itscompetitors When differentiation is successful, the new product orservice is relatively less sensitive to price fluctuationsbecause customers value the quality that makes theproduct unique A product can be functionally similar to its competitors’product but have features that improve its operation, forexample.5Differentiation
  6. 6. ◦ It may be smaller, lighter, easier to use or install, etc◦ In 1982, Compaq Computer began competing with Apple andIBM◦ Its first product was a single-unit personal computer with ahandle◦ The concept of a portable computer was new and extremelysuccessful.6Differentiation
  7. 7.  Niche specification is an attempt to provide a product orservice that fulfills the needs of a specific subset ofconsumers By focusing on a fairly narrow market sector, a newventure may satisfy customer needs better than largercompetitors can Changes in population characteristics may createopportunities to serve niche markets◦ One growing market segment in developed countriescomprises people over 65 years old7Niche Product
  8. 8. ◦ Other niches include groups defined by interests or lifestyle,such as fitness enthusiasts, adventure-travel buffs, andworking parents◦ In fact, some entrepreneurs specialize in making “homemade”dinners for working parents to heat and serve.8Niche Product
  9. 9.  Innovation is perhaps the definingcharacteristic of entrepreneurship Visionary business expert Peter F. Druckerexplained innovation as “change that createsa new dimension of performance” There are two main types of productinnovation◦ Pioneering or radical innovation◦ Incremental innovations9Innovation
  10. 10.  Pioneering or radical innovation embodies atechnological breakthrough or new-to-the-world product Incremental innovations are modifications ofexisting products. But innovation occurs in all aspects ofbusinesses, from manufacturing processes topricing policy10Innovation
  11. 11. ◦ Tom Monaghan’s decision in the late 1960s tocreate Domino’s Pizza based on home deliveryand Jeff Bezos’ decision in 1995 to launchAmazon.com as a totally online bookstore areexamples of innovative distribution strategies thatrevolutionized the marketplace11Innovation
  12. 12.  Entrepreneurs in less-developed countries ofteninnovate by imitating and adapting products created indeveloped countries Drucker called this process “creative imitation”◦ Creative imitation takes place whenever the imitatorsunderstand how an innovation can be applied, used, or soldin their particular market better than the original creators do Innovation, differentiation, and/or market specificationare effective strategies to help a new venture to attractcustomers and start making sales12Closure
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