The selling price of the product
The costs of making the product
Sales of the product
To launch a product
To brand a product
To increase sales of a product
Sales revenue grows over time
Sales revenue is constant over time
Sales revenue declines over time
To design the look of packaging
To set the product's price
To gain a competitive advantage
A marketing strategy
A range of products
A family business
A product life cycle
To identify customer needs
To sell goods and services
Gathering new data
Gathering existing data
By avoiding risk
By reducing risk
By eliminating risk
All the products in the market
Groups of people with similar buying habits
A focus group
Who would buy the product?
Why would they buy it?
Where would it be used?
Who would use the product?
All of the above?
Needs some convincing before embracing technological change
Immediately welcomes a technological change
Resists all technological change
A technical advance in a particular field often resulting in a novel product.
The business of putting an invention in the marketplace and making it a success.
The creation of new, modified or updated products aimed at existing customers.
A style or trend.
Finding new applications for existing products.
A group of products having common classification criteria.