World Introvert Day Jan 2nd 2024 👆🏼

Setting up a business as an introvert tends to be relatively unproblematic in the first stages of the process – most of your work can be carried out independently. You can sit and come up with product concepts yourself. You can design the products yourself. You could even bring the manufacturing process in-house if you happen to be skilled in creating whatever it is that you’re specialising in. But at some point or another, you’re going to have to face up to the wider public. After all, these are the people who are going to have to purchase your products in order for you to generate profits and experience success. To get people to buy your products, you’re going to have to market your products. This means shouting about what you have to offer from the rooftops. This can be relatively difficult if you are reserved. But it’s essential. The consumer market has never been so saturated, so you’re going to have to be bold to stand out from the competition and make a name from your brand. But not to worry. Here are a few steps that you can take to market your products with confidence!


Outsourcing is an introvert’s dream. You don’t have to take on full time or part time employees to work within a commercial property with you. This means that you can easily avoid awkward small talk or personal conversation that tends to flow between individuals working in close proximity to one another. Instead, you can just collaborate with digital marketing agencies, let professionals know what kind of marketing you want carried out in a short consultation, and then leave them to carry out the work! Of course, you should check back in from time to ensure that everything is going smoothly. But you can generally count on reliable agencies to carry out high-quality work independently once they know what is required of them.

Practice Makes Perfect

Sometimes, you will have to speak in front of large groups in order to market your product to larger companies, suppliers, or investors. This can be daunting. But it may be comforting to know that there are relatively few people out there who are genuinely unfazed by public speaking. Most people are faking their confidence and you can do this too! The age old piece of advice that “practice makes perfect” really does ring true when it comes to public speaking. Try giving any presentations or pitches to your nearest and dearest before you present it to the professionals. This will give you a good opportunity to run through your points, ensure that everything is covered, and make any necessary alterations should you need to switch things up a bit. You can also see how long your presentation actually lasts. While it may feel like a very long presentation, it may only be five minutes. This can serve as a form of comfort if you begin to feel anxious. After all, five minutes isn’t even enough time to make a proper cup of tea!

Sure, confidence doesn’t appear overnight. But hopefully, the above tips will help you to market your products effectively while experiencing as little stress as possible!