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Hi First of all, the fact that you are talking about market research ('validation') is great. I've seen so many startups invest time and money, only to find out later that no ones wants/needs their product, or that they only want a certain aspect of it (whilst the startup spent money developing ...

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- Define the appropriate market you're targetting - List major producers and consumers by geography and key products. - Visit their websites to get more informantion. - You can buy reports from consulting platforms which are expensive. - Or contact an expert via like me via clarity for calls or i...

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Hi: To start, think concentric circles: * At the core, you have those you know well in the space—individuals who will take your call, most likely be your first customers and, hopefully, will be your champions. * Next ring out, you have acquaintances—people you have met briefly at conferences, i...

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There are many forums and places where Amazon sellers congregate online, if you can find where these audiences congregate then this could be a way to approach them. If you have found niches is there any reason you wouldn't want to develop an online presence yourself? Platforms such as Amazon, e...

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There are some market-research companies which have very detailed sector specific knowledge. Thus, they are not freely available for consumers. Here are a few to get you started: http://www.mintel.com/ https://www.marketresearch.com/ https://www.marketresearchreports.com/ https://www.ibisworld.c...

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The best way to do validation on this idea would be to acquire customers through Facebook ads (rich targeting makes you able to cohort users nicely). Then, you could manually pair people via email or through a simple text messaging exchange facilitated by Twilio. In this scenario, you could pro...

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Most universities have online courses these days. Some are even free. Also there are online course providers that host courses for people. Most of those are by experts in their field. Try places like, Udemy, Skillshare, Coursera, etc. All the best.

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Lots of ways to do this, including many that I'm sure I don't know about. One place to start would be to research local search volume for "Sushi", "Sushi restaurant(s)", and related phrases -- both in Canada and within comparable regions outside of Canada (especially the USA). You'd want to pay...

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Maybe hire a freelance market researcher to find out? ;) Generally, something like this is going to appeal to fortune 500 companies. Smaller companies and entrepreneurs are going to be doing market research themselves. From the question it is difficult to tell if you have come into possession ...

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Hello Hamza, When it comes to online education, I personally love the Udemy platform. I've been using it for many years and have enrolled in some really fantastic marketing courses. There are a lot to choose from and every few months all of the courses site-wide go on sale for approximately $10 -...

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