When it comes to going all in on a tech start-up, most people would think twice and study their options thoroughly first before putting all their eggs in one basket. The business plan may look good, but any start-up has yet to prove itself, making some investors wary about the idea of putting their money in something uncertain. Serial entrepreneur Dejon Brooks, however, is a trailblazing risk-taker who went all in on his own start-up called Trend Watchers at only 19 years old.
Originally, Trend Watchers was a high school project that unfortunately failed. Brooks spent all his life savings to develop the project, but it still did not work out. Determined to revive it and still believe that it will do what it was designed to do, Brooks did some serious tweaking until he perfected what is now a full-blown self-funded business that is ready to work with clients.
Trend Watchers is a thriving online hub that collects data about what is currently trending across the globe involving more than 40 different categories. Clients will easily be able to access these trends, look into the topics they are interested in, and process them into powerful content with just one click.
The process is quite simple. Clients will be notified once new trends crop up from their chosen niche. The client or the company’s automated system will then generate content around those trends. The next step would be employing strategies that will make the content go viral.
In the month of January 2021 alone, Trend Watchers made phenomenal data collection on the Beats Solo Pro, Black PS5, Mini Gaming PC, Apple Fitness+, the Clubhouse app, and Wallstreetbets. The company divides potential trends into three major categories: pre-trends, active trends, and long-term trends. New trends are available on a daily basis, including finance, tech, gaming, TikTok, education, fitness, brands, science, software, start-ups, websites, hashtags, fashion, business, people, travel, and politics, to mention a few.
The company also helps entrepreneurs identify life-changing opportunities as they happen through its opportunity spotting boot camp. Trend Watchers trains clients how to prepare for the coming of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It will then help its clients spot these opportunities. The client then has the option to quietly take action by running it through a funnel that has been prebuilt to start generating sales.
Trend Watchers founder Dejon Brooks used to be a full-time Youtube content creator. He, however, got removed and decided to create his own platform that he 100% owns. Owning his company gives him the freedom to innovate, create, and implement new ideas, experiment, and take big leaps without people telling him what he can and cannot do.
Reviving and perfecting the system behind Trend Watchers is proof of how committed Brooks is when it comes to his ventures. He gets even more motivated when people say it cannot be done. The current status of Trend Watchers allows them to make forecasts of potential trends across America only. As early as now, Brooks is already imagining going global and identifying trends in every country. This does not only mean more clients but also expanding his territory enough to influence major companies globally.
Learn more about Trend Watchers by visiting its website.