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Analyze and Adapt the Behavior of your Product or Service in International Markets

Access to international markets presents an exciting growth opportunity for SMEs. However, success in these markets largely depends on understanding and adjusting the behavior of your product or service to meet the unique needs of local consumers. In this article, we will explore how to conduct competitive research, understand consumer habits, and use analytics tools to adapt your offer to the international market effectively.

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1. Market and Competition Research

Before entering an international market, thorough market research is essential. This involves not only understanding general market trends, but also identifying who your direct and indirect competitors are in that specific market. Research their marketing strategies, pricing, and value propositions for valuable insights.

2. Consumer behavior

Understanding how consumers in your target market interact with your products or services is essential. Find out how they use similar products, what their preferences are, and how they make purchasing decisions. Browse social media, forums, and local groups to get insights into consumer conversations and opinions.

3. Analysis tools

    To obtain detailed information about the behavior of the product or service in the international market, you can use various analysis tools and activities:
  • Surveys and Questionnaires: Conducting surveys in the target market allows you to obtain direct information from consumers. You can use online tools to create questionnaires and collect data about your preferences, needs and consumption habits.
  • Consumer Interviews: Conducting interviews with local consumers gives you a deeper understanding of their views. You can get valuable qualitative information that you don't always get from surveys.
  • Observation in Local Markets: Visiting local markets, stores and outlets allows you to observe how consumers interact with similar products and what factors influence their purchasing decisions.
  • Social Media Analytics: Monitor local social media and online platforms for consumer conversations and opinions about similar products. This can provide you with a real-time view of how your competitors and your product are perceived in the marketplace.
  • Participation in Local Marketplaces: Entering local marketplaces allows you not only to sell your products, but also to see how consumers react to your offer and that of your competitors.

4. Strategic Adaptation

With the information collected through these analysis tools and activities, you will be in a strong position to strategically adapt your product or service to the international market. You can adjust your marketing strategy, improve your value proposition, adjust your pricing, and consider modifications to product design or features based on target market preferences.

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