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How do kitchen equipment companies maximize profits?

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[Abstract]:
The so-called 28th law is also called the 80/20 law, which is widely used in sociology and business management. For kitchen equipment companies, 80% of the profits come from 20% of its projects. To ma
The so-called 28th law is also called the 80/20 law, which is widely used in sociology and business management. For kitchen equipment companies, 80% of the profits come from 20% of its projects. To maximize the profit of kitchen equipment companies, it is necessary to grasp the 28th theorem to rationally allocate resources and determine the audience of products. Grasp the value created by the 20%.
 
Using the 28th theorem for resource allocation
 
Kitchen equipment enterprises should use the 28th theorem to determine the strategic goals of enterprise development, determine the 20% goal that can bring 80% of the benefits to the enterprise, and give more resources. Secondly, kitchen equipment enterprises can use the 28th theorem to invest more Multi-resource production and sales can create 20% of the products with 80% benefit; finally, kitchen equipment companies can also apply the 28th theorem in the internal management of enterprises, remove some manpower that can only create 20% profit, and spend more resources to cultivate support. Employees who create 80% profit.
 
Use the 28th theorem to determine the product audience
 
First, kitchen equipment companies can use the 28th theorem to segment customers based on a comprehensive analysis of customer value, and determine the 20% customer base that purchases 80% of the products. Then, analyze this group of people to understand the specific needs of such people for products and services. Finally, kitchen equipment companies should invest more resources to produce high-quality products and provide quality services to meet the needs of such customers. , retain such customers.
 
Kitchen equipment enterprises should actively apply the 28th theorem to allocate resources, identify key audiences, maximize the value of products, services, and manpower, and then maximize corporate profits.