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How to Grow a 6-Figure Business in a Saturated Market Without Competing on Price

#21: How To Grow a 6-Figure Business in a Saturated Market Without Competing On Price

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What You'll Learn

Starting a business is a serious affair for most people, but what if you were to do it in a completely different country in a market that was saturated with rival companies wanting to offer the same service for cheaper? Could you turn it into a 6-figure business?

Well, that’s what Bob Buckley did when he started his language school in Germany. Ironically, Bob’s says it was his naivety that proved most useful. He was not stuck with the same thinking and tactics that everyone else was using. He approached the market with a completely fresh set of eyes.

Throw out the rulebook – A surprisingly effective way to create a 6-figure business.

Without a doubt, this has been one of my most fascinating interviews to date. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed producing it.

Today's free cheat sheet

I found myself making a lot of notes as I interviewed Bob. Rather than you having to do the same, I wrote them up so you can download them for free here.

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CLICK HERE TO GET CLIVE'S CHEAT SHEET: SUCCESS TIPS FOR A 6-FIGURE BUSINESS

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Special thanks to Bob Buckley for joining me this episode. Until next time!

About the Author Clive Maloney

Clive Maloney has been helping small business owners double and often triple their sales for nearly a decade. He is the host of the 5-star rated Get Real About Business Podcast. He lives in Essex and is married to his wonderful wife Julie and has two sons, Peter and Craig, and a dog called Max.

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