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How is the concept of mass customization applied in this country to status products? How does that increase the appeal of these products? Give one example of a mass customized product that you have purchased
Weegy: For fast and easy production, mass customization products should be designed for manufacturability.4 A key element of DFM is designing for lean production, build-to-order, and mass customization. [ Products should be developed in synergistic product families and be designed around aggressively standardized parts and materials, designed for no setup, and designed for CNC programmable machine tools. Min-max is a concept usually applied to stacks of raw material like sheet metal; when the "min" level is reached, this triggers the resupply of enough material to reach the "max" level. Breadtruck or free-stock makes small inexpensive parts like fasteners freely available at all points of use; these are resupplied automatically by a supplier who simply keeps the bins full and bills the company monthly. This is much more efficient than issuing expensive purchase orders for parts that may cost pennies. Parts that qualify can be made in batches as long as the response time and bin (or delivery) size is adequate. ] (More)
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How is the ideal of beauty in Western cultures communicated
Weegy: western cultures idolize celebrities (as do eastern cultures). Since the media is so much more prevalent in western cultures mainly due to economics, it is able to permeate into our views of beauty that much faster and potently. [ TV, movies, modeling in magazines- all of it has a huge impact on what we should emulate to become the ideal beauty ] (More)
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Should a marketer try to develop product signals that could then trigger a heuristic in the consumer? If so, what sort of product signals should be employed? Can you provide any examples of these types of signals from current advertisements?
Weegy: he years you have probably been involved in some type of marketing activity. ... Although, all these activities are different, they all have one thing in common: they ... A market-focused business will want to create products that customers ..... [ If a consumer feels they need a new car, but can make do with the old one: ] (More)
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Describe the Asian-American subculture group, demographically and by lifestyle, noting significant consumer characteristics
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Describe the Asian-American subculture group, demographically and by lifestyle, noting significant consumer characteristics
Weegy: Asian Americans represent the fastest-growing minority group. [ They are generally the most affluent, best educated and likely to hold technology jobs of the various subcultural groups. Segmenting the subculture: "Asian" refers to more than 20 ethnic groups, with Chinese the largest, followed by Filipinos and Japanese. Marketing problems emerge when these groups are mistakenly targeted as a single entity; some groups in fact are historical enemies. Affluence - Asian Americans are an affluent segment with average household incomes $2,000 greater than those of white Americans and $7,000 to $9,000 higher than those of blacks and Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans are conservative financially. Education - Of Asian Americans over 25 years of age, one-third have completed four or more years of college. The college graduation rate of Asian Americans is twice that of whites, four times that of blacks and Hispanic Americans. Consumption pattern - Asian Americans tend to be very status-conscious and will spend money on premium brands. They show themselves to be a good market for technically-oriented products such as VCRs, personal computers, and compact disc players. Marketers to Asian Americans need to be sensitive to their cultural beliefs. Use other facts from the chapter as are necessary. ] (More)
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