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Question 110 out of 10 pointsIn class, we discussed the Product Life Cycle (PLC) concept. In what stage of the PLC would we actually find decreasing competition?Selected Answer:d. DeclineAnswers:a. Introductionb. Growthc. Maturityd. Declinee. Could appear in ANY stage of the PLCResponseFeedback:In the decline stage of the PLC, we find that demand for the product drops, and so competition declines, industry sales decline, industry profits are very low or non-existent, and only very loyal customers continue to seek and buy the product.Question 210 out of 10 pointsIn class, we discussed the Product Life Cycle (PLC) concept. In which stage of the PLC would we typically use advertising to gain category awareness in the consumers' minds?
Question 30 out of 10 pointsIn class we used Starbucks as an example of Managing Products and Brands. Based on what we heard, what was the goal of the original Starbucks company?Question 410 out of 10 pointsWhen a new product comes out that is an improvement on an existing product and that requires some minor behaviorchanges or some new learning by the consumer, we would