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A business may be able to sell products based on needs.

A business may be able to effectively sell a product if it satisfies a need.

Do you think that this statement can satisfy all sorts of industries or some specific types of products?

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"A business may be able to effectively sell a product if it satisfies a need." Do you think this statement can satisfy all sorts of industries, or specific types of products?

I believe that this statement can and does satisfy all sorts of industries, regardless of the type of product. The key lies in the strategy of each business. Let's start from the basic development of the product. The company develops a product that they believe the consumer will either want, or a product that they will need. The business spends thousands of dollars on research and development of the product. After development, the product is determined as meeting all applicable guidelines, that it is safe, useful, etc. Typically before the release of the product, the company develops a strategic marketing plan and allocates thousands (or in some ...

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A business may be able to effectively sell a product if it satisfies a need.

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