Many companies are already benefiting from the advantages of ChatGPT. It can assist in developing business strategies, creating marketing materials, or writing code efficiently. There is just one catch. Until recently, when performing similar tasks, users had to enter the same prompts into the chat window each time. This changed with the advent of configurable GPTs that remember sets of instructions. Things got even more interesting when OpenAI launched the GPT Store, a store featuring tailored GPTs. In this article, we will take a closer look at how the GPT Store platform can support various areas of a company’s operations, from market analysis to marketing and management. We will present specific examples of GPT tools that can contribute to more efficient business operations. Read on to find out more.

What is the GPT Store?

The GPT Store is an innovative platform launched by OpenAI, which enables users to discover, explore, and utilize customized versions of ChatGPT. It is a response to the growing demand for advanced AI tools in business. The platform was announced during OpenAI’s October conference.

Since its official launch in January 2024, it has been available to users of paid versions of ChatGPT Plus, Team, and Enterprise. Users can browse popular and trending GPTs in categories such as:

  • DALL·E – so, the tools in the GPT Store for creating images,
  • writing – meaning targeted solutions for developing various types of texts,
  • research – here we’ll find GPTs analyzing data and trends,
  • software – tools for programmers, as well as learning programming tools,
  • education – various GPTs used for acquiring and consolidating knowledge,
  • lifestyle – in this section of the GPT Store, you will find popular tools, from recipes through fashion to interior design.

For Team customers, there’s an option to create a private section with GPTs tailored to the company’s needs. For example, a creative agency can use the GPT Store to find AI tools that help create unique graphic projects, saving time and resources. But first, let’s look at GPTs related to the financial aspects of business operations.

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Source: GPT Store (https://chat.openai.com/gpts)

StockGPT

StockGPT (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-0v9iaOSnO-stockgpt) is a tool dedicated to analyzing and providing insights into the stock market, delivering real-time stock market data analysis for companies listed in the USA.

It allows for assessing the financial condition of companies by analyzing their financial statements, gathers and interprets the latest market trends and news, takes risk analysis into account when assessing stocks, and identifies potential investment opportunities by analyzing stock valuations and growth prospects.

Additionally, StockGPT generates visual content such as charts and infographics using DALL·E and provides educational insights to educate users about the stock market and investment strategies.

It will certainly be useful for financial analysts, who, thanks to StockGPT, can quickly prepare reports for their clients using advanced data analysis and visualizations. It will also be useful for companies that do not employ such a specialist but need analysis of data collected from various sources.

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Source: GPT Store (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-0v9iaOSnO-stockgpt)

CEO GPT

CEO GPT (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-EvV57BRZ0-ceo-gpt) is a tool that functions as a virtual mentor for startup CEOs, providing insights from the experiences of business icons. It offers advice on:

  • company culture,
  • product management,
  • technology,
  • marketing,
  • strategy, and sales.

Its knowledge base includes shareholder letters from Amazon by Jeff Bezos and from Berkshire Hathaway by Warren Buffett. It provides concise and effective advice with the option to expand on demand, using tools such as DALL·E to generate images and a browser to retrieve information in real time, basing knowledge on the documents provided to ensure sound advice.

In practice, a young CEO can use CEO GPT to develop a growth strategy, drawing inspiration from Amazon’s shareholder letters, which allows decision-making based on the experiences of one of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs.

Market Analyst

Market Analyst (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-ZsNPcZHkH-market-analyst) is a tool specializing in stock, ETF, and comprehensive market analysis. It explains and identifies patterns and trends in technical analysis, interprets candlestick patterns and their market implications, discusses risk management techniques in trading, provides market research and analysis from reputable financial sources, offers educational content on market analysis techniques, discusses general investment strategies based on market analysis, and provides guides on fundamental analysis of a company’s financial condition and market position.

For example, a brokerage firm can use Market Analyst to provide clients with clear and detailed market analyses, enabling them to make informed investment choices.

Marketer GPT Pro

Marketer GPT Pro (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-6Je1erOAt-marketer-gpt-pro) is a tool specialized for a wide range of marketing strategy needs. It develops strategic and brand-specific marketing activities. It also helps with:

  • brand analysis and development,
  • identification and profiling of the target audience,
  • competitive analysis, and
  • finding opportunities to differentiate from competitors.

Marketer GPT Pro also helps in setting clear, measurable marketing goals, advises on budget planning and allocation of funds for marketing activities, develops comprehensive digital marketing strategies, offers guidance on content creation and management, devises plans and strategies for social media marketing, explains the use of analytical tools for tracking marketing results, advises on promotion and discount strategies, leads in building a product-based growth strategy, assists in creating a detailed marketing plan, provides insights into the use of AI tools in marketing, helps create a unique brand personality and voice, and explains how to utilize analytical tools in marketing.

For example, a marketing agency can use Marketer GPT Pro to create personalized campaigns that resonate with their unique target audience, resulting in increased engagement and better sales results.

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Source: GPT Store (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-6Je1erOAt-marketer-gpt-pro)

GPT Finder

GPT Finder (https://chat.openai.com/g/g-P6MdNuLzH-gpt-finder) is a tool specializing in identifying and calculating the best GPTs for various purposes. It analyzes user requests and compiles a list of GPTs that meet specific criteria, provides recommendations with descriptions focused on individual goals, ensuring that responses are factual and based on document information.

For example, a technology company can use GPT Finder to find an AI tool that helps automate internal processes, significantly increasing efficiency and reducing operational costs.

GPT Store – summary

The GPT Store is a platform that transforms the business ecosystem by providing access to AI tools that support entrepreneurs in various aspects of their operations, also enabling the creation of custom GPTs. With over 3 million custom versions of ChatGPT created by users, the GPT Store showcases GPTs developed by partners and the community.

Creators can share their GPTs in the store, saving their GPTs for everyone and verifying their creator profile, which could soon turn into a business opportunity – creating paid GPTs similar to apps in the App Store or Google Play.

In the GPT Store, a review system has been introduced to ensure that GPTs adhere to security policies. Users can also report GPTs that are not functioning as they should. The GPT developer program is set to launch in the first quarter of 2024.

The main drawback of the GPT Store, however, is the paid access. But are there alternatives to the GPT Store? Yes. The free HuggingChat (https://huggingface.co/chat/) also uses AI to create chatbots that simulate human conversation. Here, too, you can now use assistants and create them yourself.

gpt store

Source: Hugging Chat (https://huggingface.co/chat/assistants)

For entrepreneurs who want to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and leverage the opportunities offered by AI, tracking the development of the GPT Store and its alternatives, as well as harnessing their potential, can be crucial for increasing the competitiveness of their business.

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