“German companies in the United States of the so-called treasure hunter” are looking for the special feature in the range of Handelsshops. You take like that with a purchase, giving no or hardly any other shop to buy it. NY Restaurateur is often quoted on this topic. Matching the Group of treasure hunter products, can contribute significantly to the success of a store to offer writes the Daytona Beach News Journal. “Uniqueness is that Trump also opportunities for German retailers and shops in the United States”, says Max Karagoz company ALTON LLC (www.us-corporation.org). With German products such as German bread, German sausage or other German food or but as a typical german force furniture keeps the uniqueness of its range. Theme weeks with each matching products can increase the attractiveness of the range here. Quite, so Max Karagoz, generally in the United States as in Germany: good marketing decides success or failure. You should know therefore at least the latest trends in the industry in the United States to his business in the new country successfully to establish.
“” The meaning of Wouh”factor is the Wouh”Factor, brings the people to buy,”is Wall Street strategy analyst Brian Sozzi in the Daytona Beach News Journal quoted. Of course, people buy some products simply because they must need it and buy. But often, it is the prospect of also other and special products to meet, which drives them in one and not the other shop. “” The term treasure hunt “was from the warehouse chain Costco” marked, so the Daytona Beach News Journal. Up to one-fifth of the range of the chain consists of products in limited number, which is part of the range only a week long, goes on to say.
The rationale is also known among German chains like Aldi. You can assume something similar as a little German entrepreneurs in the United States”, judge Max Karagoz. So a bakery with German bakery could call, for example, theme weeks and offer then typical baked goods from German regions in addition to the usual range: about typical Bavarian Pastries, baked goods from the far north of Germany or from Brandenburg.