Companies are constantly aiming to become the latest trend on the market, to take advantage of the affluence and business that comes with consumer demand.
To achieve this is considered rather impressive, because it means creating products to meet consumer interest and demand on a large scale.
Many businessmen and women compare these high-growth capitalist corporations to near impossible occurrences such as seeing mythical creatures - because becoming a trend in the industry is just that difficult.
What is needed to become a leading trend you may ask? A trend expert who regularly and sustainably reverse engineers product releases of various trends that will spark consumer interest, someone like industry leading, highly experienced trend specialist Stafford Schlitt.
Stafford’s first major breakthrough was gained by helping to lead the creation and production of superstar singer-songwriter Teyana Taylor's Fade2Fit brand. Schlitt quickly learned that his skills in branding, network marketing, and scaling + exit strategy preparation expertise could turn into a leading business example that guides celebrities, cutting-edge companies, and enterprise products and solutions.
Recognising effective new market dynamics that will result in future consumer demand means that these projects could be ideally positioned to catch consumer interest and to serve as industry trendsetters. With this impeccably developed formula in place, Shlitt has conceptualised, established and sold companies in a wide range of divisions, ranging from crypto currency mining to CBD creams (branded under his company THR33), sanitizers and equipment to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
In recognition of his radical ability to predict imminent trends and to develop relevant marketing strategies to enhance his products as a crucial frontrunner solution, Schlitt has also taken on a range of well-established, highly-reputed brands, such as Little West juices, who are preparing to count on Schlitt for the type of strategic guidance that will keep them ahead of the game and responsive to shifts in consumer demand.
For the first time possibly ever - Schlitt has shown the world how trends are much more important than just launching the careers of a brand every now and then. These can be seen as platforms for selective marketers to jump-start new reverse-engineered ventures to attract customer interest as well as to make already developed businesses more competitive.
Photography by: Magdalena Munao