Good question.Why are you even on a table tennis forum?
If you mean I don't believe all the marketing hype and BS I see on this forum you are right. I am an expert at motion control. I/we sell around the world. Any You?Some times you can't understand things out side of your box, as your mind is way too narrow.
So who pays for TT in Asia? TT doesn't buy me food or beer. It does let me work off the food and beer.For example, look at who pays for table tennis in schools in Asia, you want to learn from the best or pretend it isn't possible?
I don't understand what is wrong with you. This has NOTHING to do with why TT products aren't made in the US.And if PP market size is the same as TT11, guess what can happen? TT11 is successful because they have a huge European market to tap into. Put TT11 in USA, guess what will happen then?
Yes, so? How does this apply to the OP's question?Before TT11 won the world, they were pretty good in Europe already. Logistic, market size, market maturity all helped TT11, this is beyond TT11's own strengths.
The market is the world. Again, I buy a lot from TT11 even though the Paddle Palace is nearby. SO?Market size makes a huge different, that is why every company was eager to go into China when the border opened for westerners years ago and that is why there are so many millionaires in China inside such a short time. You take those business minds and put them in a small market.... many won't be as successful.
What has this to do with the OP's question? It seems you only want to argue.
That is a pretty easy statement to make because most companies don't sell globally. However, there are plenty of small companies that do well because they have adapted to the market they are in.You take successful American businesses and put them in a small 1 million population country, many won't be successful too. This isn't too hard to understand. Market size (opportunity) does help a lot.
At this point it would make much difference to us because we sell globally. No one walks in the front door to buy a motion controller.
No! I/we sell around the world. Even to ZA ( South Africa ) although not much.
I think it is obvious that it is you that is trapped within your little box.
You have no clue how the real world operates.
I have only a clue. What I know makes me shudder/worry a lot.
You all should be very worried.