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    As defined by Perrault, Cannon, and McCarthy (2014), the product of life cycle is a four step process that discusses the stages a product experiences from the beginning to the end (p. 235). A product first begins with the market introduction. This is where the new product is introduced to the market, therefore sales tend to be low considering consumers are unaware of what product is being offered. During this stage it is essential to develop and invest in the marketing mix, however this results in a lose for the company (Perrault, Cannon, & McCarthy, 2014, p. 236). The authors explain that next comes marketing growth. During this stage, the company will begin to see that this is the time where their sales and profits increase tremendously…

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    9.2 Product Life Cycle I Believe that the culture aspects will have the largest effect on the speed that the product goes through the growth stages. One of the largest cultural/traditional factors is that venison is not currently a widely consumed meat, as beef has been their traditionally consumed meat. When considering the economic aspects of Argentina, the high value of the products might cause the spared to be slightly slower than other country’s. However, it is understood that there is…

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    because the need product or service. They research the product and gather information and compare contracts the product. The consumers consider all the pros and cons of the product or service and evaluate the options and make a purchase. The process is not based on an impose purchases. The consumers make their purchase based on a need or want. There are many external influences when making a purchase such as personal preferences, emotional, and environmental. Companies have to understand…

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    The basic product is the services provided in the examination and subsequent repair of a customer’s asset. The core benefit of this product is peace of mind that the service has be carried out by competent technicians. This service is intangible and inseparable (Kotler, et al., 2013, p. 417), even though it is tied to a physical product (Kotler, et al., 2013, p. 452). As a result the service can vary from customer to customer (Kotler, et al., 2013, p. 417). The original equipment manufacturers…

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    The product life cycle “describes the stages a really new product idea goes through from beginning to end” (Perreault, Cannon, & McCarthy, 2009). It is important for marketers to be aware of the stages of the product life cycle in order to strategize accordingly. If marketers fail to adjust their marketing mix and marketing strategies to adhere to the life cycle stage of their product, they run the risk of failure. “The product life cycle has four very clearly defined stages, each with its own…

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    The introduction stage is when a product has just been released after developing and testing. Sales are often quite low to begin with and may increase only quite slowly. SuperBed’s introductory stage will be about 1 year, as people will still be getting the hang of the product and what the overall goal of selling the product is. The growth stage, depends on the promotional strategies that the company uses in order to get their product out there, this stage leads the product to the next stage,…

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    strategic business units on the basis of (1) their business growth rates and (2) their share of the market. Boston matrix by the famous American management expert, Boston Consulting Group Bruce Henderson, founder of the first in 1970. Boston matrix believe that the basic factors that determine the general structure of the two products: the market gravity and strength of enterprises. Gravity market including corporate sales (volume) growth rate , the target market capacity, the strength of the…

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    Situational Analysis Product Description The owlet baby monitor is a small wireless adjustable sock that can fit any size baby foot. The purpose of the sock monitor is to monitor the heart rate and the oxygen levels of the infant while the baby sleeps to prevent signs sudden infant death syndrome. The sock communicates by sending live vital signs about the baby to a base station or smart phone. When the baby vital sign falls below a certain rate the device alerts the base station or the app with…

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    have an interdependencies property among the criteria or candidate project, the interdependencies can be classified into three types: (1) technical interdependencies, (2) resource interdependencies, (3) benefit interdependencies [79].Technical interdependencies between projects may arise, if the success or failure of one project related to other project. Resource interdependencies came from sharing rare resource between different projects. One hand product life cycle is shortening, so companies…

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    key product features or qualities that define the brand? Discuss the brands personality. A brand is a type of product that is made by a manufacturer and is given a specific name. Another word, a brand is a specific product or service that offered by a specific source. There are millions brands out there and most are trademarked, such as Apple, Coca-Cola, Cisco, etc. (McLaughlin, 2011). But one of the brands that many people may have not heard about is “BLU”. BLU is an innovative mobile device…

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