The 4P's

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  • Created on: 10-06-10 14:04


used to refer to anything which is offered for sale on a market that is capable of satisfying consumer wants & needs

it includes not only physical objects but aswell as services, places and ideas.

product is often regarded as the most important element of the marketing mix; if a firm producing a product does not satisfy a need or a want it will generate no sales, regardless of how it is priced or promoted.


the amount of money a firm requires in return for providing its good or services.

the pricing strategy will depends on factors such as...

  • the nature of the product being sold
  • the level of competition the firm faces
  • the cost of producing a product

Pricing Strategy -;

competitive pricing occurs when a firm sets its price at a level which is at or just below the price charged by its main competition. it could lead to a price war which could be both risky & expensive for the business.

penetration pricing is often used when a new product is being introduced into the market which is already relatively competitive.

if a firm is able to drive


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