KoRo | Updates

By Constantinos Calios

KoRo - Learning from mistakes


Dear Companists,

we are back with our new update. First of all, as always, a big thank you to the new Companists who joined us in our community. Thank you for your trust in KoRo.

First of all, I would like to answer 2 important questions that arose in connection with the last update.

  1. We have published the annual financial statements for 2017, so that even new potential Companists have the opportunity to gain an overview of our figures.
  2. We will publish a quarterly report on Q2 within the deadline set. This was raised in a comment by Sebastian (thanks again for the kind advice).


We have already tried to give all relevant insights and information in the last updates. In the quarterly update we will not only review existing topics, but also mention a few new ones. In this update we would like to report on the success of our sales campaign in the past 2 weeks and the associated sales success.

The background was that we made a miscalculation of some products, whether in stock or in the product itself. We have openly communicated this topic in our newsletter and decided to withdraw these products and have introduced a sale category:



Why do we emphasize this? We try to keep away from large discount campaigns, sale campaigns or other things in this form, because we think that this is not really suitable for KoRo. We try to pass on the product price advantage that we generate by skipping trade levels directly and not to convince potential customers of our products through sales campaigns.

However, it happens in the best companies that you sometimes take the wrong path. That is why we are strict and discontinue our products. Since some of them have a very short life-cycle, it would be nonsense to simply dispose of them.

That is why we have decided to introduce this sale-category. The application through the newsletter alone has led to a turnover of more than € 35,000.00 within 2 days and the products could be sent almost completely to happy consumers - a win-win situation.


We would also like to give a brief outlook on the next two updates: We will share further marketing insights with you here - completely in KoRo style.

Many greetings



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