According to the US Chamber of commerce, "If you’ve already launched your business, you can experiment with these strategies until you determine what works best for your business. You can also vary strategies between products depending on the market for each good or service.".
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Friday, June 17, 2022
One of the difficult things for new polo players is the nearside hit. Its not a natural movement. When starting it is difficult to position the arm in such a way that leads to stronger form and more control. The other day I went out and trained a horse and beyond general control there is also my ability to hit the nearside well. Practice makes perfect so I need a lot more practice!
This video really helps understand the nearside hit and how the arm and ball are positioned.
Friday, June 10, 2022
You can be smart and you can be rich and that will give you lots of opportunities. Sometimes genius fails and sometimes rich kids find themselves relatively useless to society when they grow up. While these things can really help or hurt you they won't be the only factors in success. There are other things that can make or break the business professional, college student, skilled worker, or someone engaged in sports. It is persistence of thought and action.
If you own a small business you will want to be persistent. Escanaba Polo Mallet Co supports small business development and often conducts a review to see how we can improve the small business climate in our home towns and nationally. Share our article link on social media if you like. :)
A few tips on persistence:
1. Know what you want to accomplish.
2. See yourself doing it.
3. Break it down into actionable steps.
4. Adjust your schedule to fulfill those steps.
5. When things get in the way just get back to it.
6. Learn as much as you can.
7. Find new goals when finished.
Thursday, June 2, 2022
January through May 2022 Donations Escanaba Polo Mallet Company(Doctors, Research, Hospitals and Orphans)
1. Doctors Without Borders
2. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
3. World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Inc.
4. Corazon de Vida
Corazon de Vida will be hosting the most anticipated annual charity event in Orange County, La Noche Blanca!
Join us on August 6th at the Santiago Mansion for delicious food, great music, and an amazing experience!
Get your tickets today by clicking on the link, don't miss out. ✨✅
Friday, May 6, 2022
Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Saturday, April 2, 2022
Sales and marketing are two different functions of the same organization. They almost seem the same and people often confuse the difference as they interchange them in layman conversation. One way to look at the difference between sales and marketing is by formulating a concept of each. Sales is the activities that lead to a purchase (more micro) while marketing is the aspect of getting people involved (more macro). While it seems like they are splitting hairs it is important to understand how some activities in small business like Escanaba Polo Mallet Co. lead to bigger brand outcomes.
|You can see the difference|
between sales and brand activities.
(Kotler, et. al. 2006)
Small Business Escanaba Polo Mallet Co. Example: Start-up Escanaba Polo Mallet Co. has few staff resources and in turn must manage most of its own marketing functions (Oh great now that I say that every predatory sales company is going to spam my email!!! 😤). The sales of the product often leads to branding. One might be contacting customers and in turn talk about their company as a new product and a way of doing business. Your often building your brand based on your sales and perceptions of the new company (i.e. selling polo mallets as a sales activity but quality and return service as a brand.)
As a Escanaba Polo Mallet Co. grows you will want to be mindful of how your sales and marketing activities leads to a branding your company from its beginning. Consider other activities such as a strong website, solid presentations, return/service policies, clean presentation of your business, quality of products/service, store front, display, etc. to help people formalize a conception of your business. Keep in mind how the first impression and feeling often sticks with customers a long time. Don't destroy the brand over a single sale!
Kotler, P., et. al (July-August 2006). Ending the War Between Sales and Marketing. Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2006/07/ending-the-war-between-sales-and-marketing