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Product Life Cycle Strategies Quiz

MCQ: The temporary period of unusual high sales is called

  1. fashion
  2. fads
  3. customs
  4. tradition

B

Business Markets Quiz

MCQ: A company's microenvironment, the 'local publics' consists of

  1. Environmental organizations
  2. Editorial opinion
  3. Community organizations
  4. Both a and b

C

Measuring and Managing Return on Marketing Investment Quiz

MCQ: The researcher finds 'what people thinks' with the help of

  1. open ended question
  2. close ended question
  3. Both a and b
  4. none of above

A

Natural environment Quiz

MCQ: The arrangement of vertical management system which integrates stages of distribution and production under single umbrella is classified as

  1. administered VMS
  2. full time VMS
  3. contractual VMS
  4. corporate VMS

D

Product Life Cycle Strategies Quiz

MCQ: The customers in the decline stage are classified as

  1. innovators
  2. early adopters
  3. middle majority
  4. laggards

D