Electric UTVs, side-by-sides and ATVs are a growing segment of the powersports industry. Many vehicle accessory manufacturers and suppliers recognize this adjacent opportunity and are expanding to tap into this growing market. G-Force Consulting Inc, based in Clear Lake, Minnesota http://www.gforceconsulting.com has 19 years of experience with successful market research, contract electrical system design, professional writing and service procedure development. Several major OEM brands and numerous suppliers have engaged G-Force Consulting to successfully identify market opportunities, develop and test innovative products, acquire UTV-related businesses, evaluate private label opportunities, and professionally develop marketing materials and service procedures.
Gary Gustafson, President of G-Force Consulting says: “We sell ‘time-to-market’ by bringing to bear decades of experience across the entire UTV and ATV industry. Many new UTV-related businesses do not understand the rigorous environment that side-by-sides are operated in and find their products are improperly built. They may be lacking in suppliers with powersports experience, or they are looking to acquire a business and need a credible firm to do behind-the-scenes research on the target of their acquisition. We can assist with all of these business areas and more. Our experience includes success with major brands such as Polaris, ARGO and E-Z-GO and exciting new suppliers like Fallbrook Technologies. Our growing list of recommendations from clients verifies that our work is effective and a great value. Manufacturers can quickly progress to the upper-tier of the side-by-side market and tap into a new world of business opportunity by working with G-Force Consulting”.
To find out more about how your business can succeed in the UTV marketplace, contact G-Force Consulting Inc by calling Gary Gustafson at (218) 209-1388, e-mailing email@example.com, or visiting their website at http://www.gforceconsulting.com Member: Motorcycle Industry Council, Society of Automotive Engineers, and the Professional Outdoor Media Association.