Why demand outweighs supply.
Demand Generated by Politics
There are over 70 border walls across the globe. Below is an example of how a wall affects ladder demand in North America.
Political policies, beyond border walls, also increase the demand for ladders. Let's take a look at some countries outside of the Western Hemisphere.
Demand Generated by the Tool's Versatility
Our datbase that has identified 500+ unique uses for ladders.
We don't want to bore you by listing them so we just put a few videos together instead.
A Self-Sustaining Economy
We stole the concept of a self-sustaining economy from a TV show. It backfired on them, but our plan is foolproof.
We manufacture our own products. Each product includes a sticker that features a discount code and an inappropriate joke.
We offer customers a free shirt. To earn it, they have to place the sticker high on a wall and tag a photo to Large Ladder's Instagram.
We notify the owner of the wall that there is a sticker with an inappropriate joke on their wall (the inappropriate joke means they will have to get the sticker down).
We offer to rent the person who owns the wall a ladder to get the sticker down.
The person then uses either our ladder or their own to get the sticker down. They hopefully see the discount code and buy a new ladder.
Our self-sustaining economy is created, and we also just increased our social media presence.