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Getting rid of products to improve profit

Posted on January 20, 2016 by admin

Businesses looking to improve their profitability may need to consider cutting under-performing products and services. There are a few simple ways to decide which products should stay and which should go.

An often used marketing and business rule states that businesses should focus their attentions on the 20 per cent of products that generate 80 per cent of revenue. Using this principle, companies should compile a shortlist of the products and services that bring in the most profit and scrutinise the products that fall short of this mark.

There will always be those few products that have emotional significance, however for the sake of profitability; businesses should emotionally detach themselves from their products and services.

If it is still too difficult to make the right cut, businesses should consider doing a trial run. Going a week or month no longer promoting and marketing the least profitable products will help businesses imagine a life without them. At the end of the chosen time, analyse the results.

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