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Market analysis in 3D rendering services

Peter Ukolov Founder at CGStandard.com

February 3rd, 2020

Having 10-year experience in providing computer graphics services I have noticed that our biggest number of customers are architectural and manufacturing companies in the USA.

I have decided to concentrate my attention at manufacturers.


We are creating a graphic content (animation and visualization), what is being used by our customers in order to demonstrate their products, working process of products and their new developments. Such kind of content is being used on websites, exhibitions, and presentations.


At the moment we are researching various ways where our services will benefit the most.

I’m interested in your opinions for the present question.

How could we reach this target audience?


Or maybe you can suggest markets where we may fulfill needs in 3D rendering services.

Lately, we have been trying to reach manufacturers in heating, cooling industry, what includes air conditioning, Smart home systems, etc., according to our successful experience of work with projects for medium and small range companies specialized in mentioned above the sphere. We are looking for ways and methods of contact. Mailing on “info@” hasn’t brought any results. Do you have any ideas?


Interested in any point of view.

Ron Goddard CEO & Founder of TechVentures.London, Angel Investor, Advisor

February 3rd, 2020

Hi Peter,


Give me an example of the 'Title' person (eg you are trying to sell/influence to as well as the country/region

Ron


Mwanaidi Muhavi student

February 3rd, 2020

Hi. 3d printing also has applications in the medical industry.

Lisa Cutter Marketing Maven

February 3rd, 2020

Hi Peter,


It's wonderful that you have you identified another two target audiences for your offering. I believe someone else already commented that the medical industry may be an additional one. I would also add that real estate developers and/or commercial real estate engineers (rather than architects) may also be another target market.


However, keeping these others in the back of your mind for future growth opportunities and remaining focused on the manufacturers at this time is a good plan. I strongly recommend staying away from purchasing email lists. There are negative impacts using this marketing tactic. In fact, being in marketing for over 20 years long before email marketing came to be, I shudder to even reference it as a "marketing" tactic. Furthermore, the ROI from buying lists just isn't there, no matter what a sales person tells you.


With that said, what's important to move forward is to build your own lead funnel and generate your own lead list. This will take some time, but it will be a combination of organic and paid advertising. And, the leads you receive will most likely already be MQLs (marketing qualified leads). So how do you build your lead gen funnel and start moving towards your sales goals? An integrated omnichannel marketing strategy.


I always encourage that every business start here, for not planning is planning to fail. You will avoid such things as spending on ineffective advertising. What will you get?

  • You'll know which marketing tactics and marketing channels you will use.
  • Which of those are the most effective, and can tweak your marketing plan accordingly as you progress forward.
  • You'll have continuous relevant content created and published for your target market.
  • And as mentioned above, you'll be building your own leads that will be highly qualified (it not entirely marketing qualified) for easier and faster sales. Meaning the leads will not be cold, they will always be warm or hot, and the time involved in your sales cycle will be reduced.

If you'd like to discuss further, let me know. I already sent you a connection request. :o)


Talk to you later,


Lisa

Curt Sahakian Attorney

February 3rd, 2020

If you want to sell and overseas service into the US, you really want to meet the decision maker face to face.


That will make you real and trustworthy.


You need to build a standard 10 foot tradeshow booth, and go to the applicable tradeshows and exhibit your services.


It is the most cost effective way to meet a large number of prospective customers face to face.



Jayant Hudar Founder and CEO of school of business wisdom. A Business growth consulting organisation.

February 3rd, 2020

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February 3rd, 2020

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Last updated on February 3rd, 2020

Hello my name is Robert and I have been in the collision repair industry for over 35 years.

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I will like to introduce you to Cyber Garage Management System that I developed for us “the body shop guys”.

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I knew it had to have intuitive interface, for guys like me.

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Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

-Robert Williams

Robert Williams Founder

Last updated on February 3rd, 2020

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