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This is a discussion on The Persian "Tub". within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Dear Sigmund ok its been a year, how are our profits doing. Not enough testing to tell. ...

  1. #91

    Quote Originally Posted by Dear Sigmund View Post
    ok its been a year, how are our profits doing.
    Not enough testing to tell. We need to get serious about using it, then we can judge success or failure.
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  2. #92
    ENTJ - The Executives

    where's marketing. I'll help with organizing testing and development.

  3. #93
    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by Dear Sigmund View Post
    ok its been a year, how are our profits doing.

    Do we need a rebranding?

    fukitol TM is doing well
    Sick of idiots?

    Allergic to pointless drama?

    Tired of people accusing you of their own faults, flaws, and failings?

    Fukitol, the #1 choice of ENTJs everywhere.


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    @Dear Sigmund @Mr Canis @Tea Path @Elistra
    September is our best month of the year, I expect sales should increase 15-25%. Globally the market has shrunk by 16% since last year according to google trend data, but implies a plateau. Marketing attributes this to the reduced hype since product launch, leaving us with our core customers. I think we can use this period to liquidate some inventory from the warehouses and negotiate with our supply chain a commitment to a lower volume per region.

    The US is our largest market with strongholds in the states California, New York and Oregon... but there are plenty of untapped markets. I look forward to hearing what our US division has to say.

    Market penetration in Canada is very high & moderately high in the UK. I recommend we work to create barriers to entry to protect our strong position. The aggressive growth strategy has meant that sales have been prioritized over profits (which we withheld dividends in order to afford), however as a result our share value is up and we are ready to consolidate our operations in these countries.
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  5. #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas60 View Post
    @Dear Sigmund @Mr Canis @Tea Path @Elistra
    September is our best month of the year, I expect sales should increase 15-25%. Globally the market has shrunk by 16% since last year according to google trend data, but implies a plateau. Marketing attributes this to the reduced hype since product launch, leaving us with our core customers. I think we can use this period to liquidate some inventory from the warehouses and negotiate with our supply chain a commitment to a lower volume per region.

    The US is our largest market with strongholds in the states California, New York and Oregon... but there are plenty of untapped markets. I look forward to hearing what our US division has to say.

    Market penetration in Canada is very high & moderately high in the UK. I recommend we work to create barriers to entry to protect our strong position. The aggressive growth strategy has meant that sales have been prioritized over profits (which we withheld dividends in order to afford), however as a result our share value is up and we are ready to consolidate our operations in these countries.
    Re. FUCKITOL (tm), we'll need some focus groups representative of ages,,socioeconomic status,and, most importantly, groups of personality type. our current research shows that both sexes and people of all races are in need of the product. well need to work on how much they're willing to pay.
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  6. #96

    Quote Originally Posted by Tea Path View Post
    Re. FUCKITOL (tm), we'll need some focus groups representative of ages,,socioeconomic status,and, most importantly, groups of personality type. our current research shows that both sexes and people of all races are in need of the product. well need to work on how much they're willing to pay.
    I am offering my consultant skills to conduct focus groups. Probably I will give them a free sample as a token of appreciation.
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  7. #97
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    Anniversary sale anyone?

    celebrating 3 years. Earlybird and Night owl specials perhaps.

    or skip it and work something up for Black Friday
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  8. #98

    Quote Originally Posted by Dear Sigmund View Post
    Anniversary sale anyone?

    celebrating 3 years. Earlybird and Night owl specials perhaps.

    or skip it and work something up for Black Friday
    Why not both? Fire that puppy up!

  9. #99

    Quote Originally Posted by MsBossyPants View Post


    WTF? I ain't got time for that shit. Just rack one in the chamber and shoot him. This question reminds me of this:




    LOL

    As soon as I watched that video I can't help but think that this is what an ISTP would do (partly because Indiana Jones seems like a very xSTP character).

    "I ain't got time fo' yo shit."

    *Shoots*

    FATALITY
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  10. #100

    Um, Hello.
    I'd like to purchase a persian tub for a wedding, it's a special occasion and all.
    We thought it'd be cool to sacrifice someone for a bit of familial entertainment.

    How soon can I have one delivered and can I get a quoted cost plus shipping?

    Thank you
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