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“These are called market-driven products. They reflect a company’s ability to meet existing needs and capitalize on existing consumer demand.”
However, it also has another effect. It’s a market-leading product. “Brands also have the ability to create needs that didn’t exist yet and create and market products that meet those needs.” “Branding means business” Said.
“The classic example is luxury brands, which have a tremendous impact on what society sees as cool, attractive, and ambitious. But other popular brands are equally capable of ‘creating’ needs. I have. Even Nike, Apple, and Starbucks are great examples. A brand that does this at a relatively affordable price. There is no deep-seated human need for pumpkin spice lattes.
“Overall, the products on the market reflect the best of commercial technology’s ability to serve existing human needs. We provide products that are powerful: brands, consumers, cultures and market forces.”