consumer wants

consumer wants

the desire of CONSUMERS to have particular NEEDS satisfied by the consumption of GOODS and SERVICES. See BUYER BEHAVIOUR.
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idan reminded that the Slovenian consumer wants to buy quality home-made meat and is an exceptional business opportunity in local self-care, with the entry into the "Selected quality" scheme at the forefront.
You have to give the consumer what the consumer wants - you can't tell the consumer to go away," the Guardian quoted him as saying.
The consumer wants to know that when they buy a product like these tea cakes, they know what they are getting.
Said Gordon, "The larger market place often doesn't listen to what the consumer wants.
The consumer wants a seamless, uninterrupted data content and flow as they move from one setup to another," says Anand Ramawoorthy, general manager, Infotainment, Multimedia and Telematics Div.
The flip argument that the only responsibility of a company is to produce what the consumer wants is just plain shortsighted, and it is a mindset that The Progressive and others must continually work to change.
More of this kind of information to affirm or oppose official assessments of consumer wants, needs, and behaviors would have brought depth and dimension to her interpretation of consumption.
We still have doughnuts and Slim Jims, but today's consumer wants a broader variety,'' said Kevin Gardner, director of marketing and communications for the Dallas-based chain.
Hagen stressed that companies must engage in collaborative efforts with other companies in the value chain to better understand what the ultimate consumer wants.
However communicated, the consumer wants the facts, the true value of the coverage, a reasonable price and a user-friendly enrollment process.
The changing take home consumer wants more quality and is prepared to pay for it--a fact that has been underlined by the successful test launch.

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