Unit 2- Business Studies

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What is a Product Portfolio?
The range of products sold by one business.
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What is a Target Market?
The group of consumers the business if targeting with its products.
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What is Diversify?
Spreading risk by selling in different markets.
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What is a Product Life Cycle?
The life span of a product recorded in sales, from its launch to it being taken off the market.
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What is a Extension Stragegy?
Steps taken to extend the life cycle of a product.
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What is Price War?
When companies try to compete with eachother by consistently cutting their prices in order to be the cheapest firm in the market.
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What is Competitive Pricing?
Pricing the product that is similar to what competitors charge. (eg. Cadburys)
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What is Price Skimming?
Setting high prices to create a high quality and exclusive image and then reducing the price as the product matures. (eg. Sony)
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What is Penetration Pricing?
Setting a lower priice to gain a greater market share and then increasing the price as the product matures. (eg. Maybeline)
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What is Cost-Plus Pricing?
Setting a price by adding a profit mark-up to the cost of production. (eg. Buddies)
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What is Loss-Leader Pricing?
Selling a product cheaper in the hope of selling other items to customers at the same time. (eg. HP Printers)
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What is Promotion?
The methods a business uses to communicate information about its products to customers.
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What is Direct Marketing?
When the business personally contacts people to give them information about their products.
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What is Sales Promotion?
A scheme designed to increase sales by changing that the business offers the customer for a period of time.
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What is Sponsorship?
When a business pays money to something like an event sports team or TV programme. In return the business gets its name publicised.
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What is the Promotional Mix?
The combinaton of promotion methods used by a business.
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The group of consumers the business if targeting with its products.

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What is a Target Market?

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Spreading risk by selling in different markets.

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The life span of a product recorded in sales, from its launch to it being taken off the market.

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Steps taken to extend the life cycle of a product.

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