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Red Ocean vs. Blue Ocean Strategy

Market concentration analyses at it's finest

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These two strategies are becoming more used by startups, however, their understanding may not be so clear. In many cases, SMEs (Small to Medium-size enterprises)and even MNEs (Multinational Enterprises) use the analyses that I will provide you to see if they want to enter a certain market based on what type of ocean the market…




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