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Produtos / Serviços
O termo "produto" refere-se a produtos tangíveis , físicas, bem como serviços. Aqui estão alguns exemplos de decisões de produto a serem feitas :
Reparos e Suporte
Acessórios e serviços

Ray-Ban fabrica óculos de alta qualidade, para se tornar uma boa marca na indústria de óculos . Ray-Ban saber o que o cliente quer a partir do produto eo que precisa é que satisfazer. Ray-Ban produz um produto que é elegante e diferente de outras empresas de óculos como fastrack. Ray-Ban sabe que o cliente como modelo clássico para usar no momento em que o dia mudança de moda por dia, mas Ray -Ban produzir seus modelos antigos e venda . Ray-Ban vender seu produto a preço elevado porque empresa dando algumas características como proteção UV. E Ray-Ban óculos de sol nunca dar efeito negativo do lado dos olhos. Assim, este tipo de características do produto ajuda a atender os clientes querem e needs.what este tipo de recursos podem ser cliente não quer ou realmente usar , por exemplo, se falamos de Ray- Ban Óculos a maior parte do cliente quando vestindo googols eles estão dirigindo carro ou algum tempo na festa.
Como e onde o cliente vai usá-lo?
Quando a empresa Ray-Ban começou em 1937, a maior parte dos consumidores usando isso apenas para proteger seus olhos dos sunrays.But agora é tornar-se parte de fashion.If alguém vestindo uma panos de marca e se ele também usar um óculos de sol de marca não alguém a sua dar uma boa óculos de sol impression.Ray -Ban vem em apenas três cores como preto, prata e ouro
Ray-Ban tem muitos modelos desta três óculos de sol colors.Ray -Ban desgaste por personalidades mais famosas em todo wold.its tornou um símbolo de vida statues.And empresa Ray-Ban nunca tentar vender seu produto a baixo preço por causa da concorrência . essas coisas todas criar…...

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