From education to unemployment services and benefits, states are cutting costs. That’s according to this story from today’s New York Times (click to link).
Implications: What could your company do to step in and provide solutions and alternatives to reduced or eliminated government services?
For example, does more children in the classroom equate to an opportunity for Sylvan, Huntington Learning Centers or other professional tutoring services? If re-employment counseling and job-hunting services are less available in your state, does that represent an opportunity for private head-hunting firms, local colleges and tech schools, or even temp agencies?
When one provider leaves the market, consumers often seek an alternate provider. Could your product or service be an alternative to something a government agency once provided?