In March 2018 I moved to Tallinn, Estonia to do my internship at Katrium OÜ. An Estonian market research and business support services company. It is for customers in Scandinavia, Russia and the Baltic countries. If you have a problem to decide where to do an internship, here are five key reasons. Why choose the opportunity to live in Estonia?
Tallinn – quickly developing and a very busy city. It has an amazing medieval centre that is the best medieval centre in Europe. The city is with many options to do. Cultural, sport and other activities. Whether it is the weekend or a weekday, there is always something to do. So, no time for boredom.
2. Estonia leads the way to digital future
With the support of the European Union, Estonia started building its e-government program since 1996 with the introduction of e-banking. As well as, the country quickly digitalized many parts of the government. They allowing even foreigners to sign up. And to be a part of the digitalization with the high-reaching e-residency program.
3.An international internship environment in Estonia
However, an internship in other country is a great opportunity for relevant working experience in an international surrounding. It helps to secure a future dream job. Estonia’s positive reputation in other country makes sure of that a work placement here make a great addition to resume.
4. Meet the best people in Estonia during your internship
Moreover, Tallinn is a great place for making both local and international friends. Tallinn – truly an international city and houses and foreign students. That combined with the city’s excellent nightlife guarantee a great time.
5.Many great countries near
Also, Estonia good position and great infrastructure. So, it is easy to travel to neighbouring countries such as Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia. For example, take a ferry from Tallinn to Helsinki in Finland and arrive in only two hours. Do not forget that over 50% of Estonia territory is in forests. So, nature over sightseeing in cities and there are many things to do.
Interested to know more about a possible internship at Katrium? Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org today and we will contact you as soon as possible or click here to read more!
Companies’ need competitors analysis. Today’s market is very volatile, nothing is constant anymore. Customers buy from you and tomorrow they change their mind and turn to your competitor. So, it is vital to fight for your customers. Business constantly needs to innovate how to keep them also not forgetting to attract the new ones.
There are very few virgin customers on the market, those that have never bought from you nor from your competitor. Their percentage is so minimal after all that they do not deserve so much attention, especially if your reputation speaks for your quality and is thus attract sufficiently new buyers. It is a huge mistake to disregard a huge amount of customers that could be yours. Yes, those that are buying from your competitor.
Businesses must stay original and keep on learning. It is vital to upkeep constant excellence in performance. And where best to learn than from the competitor?
If you will understand your competitors, you will better understand the customers that you don’t have. Knowing your competitor is key to understanding your customers and their behaviour – why do they buy from you? Why don’t they buy from you?
Best market strategies are to offence and defence. You need to surprise your competitors and overwhelm your customers.
What shall I look for?
First of all, understand the market size. Who are the most important players and how important they are to your customers? There are different kind of competitors: direct and indirect. Understanding both of them will unseal the market potential and will give you a sight of the whole market horizon.
Next things are the pricing, positioning and customer service of your competitors. All of these are important factors that deserve your attention.
So what are the tools to learn from a competitor?
Visit your competitor. Explore their store, visit the office, send them an email, call their customer service, act as their customer.
Talk to your customer. It is amazing how much your customers know more about your competitor than you do. Find out if your customers previously have used the services of your competitor and how did that go.
Take a look at social media and the internet. Read reviews, look at the new products and services launch, see their blogs and company press. There is so much information available online.
Follow up yearly the progress. Document the data and benchmark yourself to see yearly trends.
In conclusion, finding out the competitor’s strength and their weaknesses will definitely give you a new perspective. It will give you fresh ideas on how to develop yourself in the eyes of your customers. You will have tools to understand your market potential and customers deeper than ever before and re-evaluate your market position. In the end, this is the key for better business.
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