Intensive distribution would be where a high percentage resellers stock product largely for convenience factors. Selective distribution would be where only where suitable resellers stock the product. Whereas exclusive distribution would be when resellers are normally specialize or authorized dealers of the product.
A company with an intensive market exposure is a company that is nationally known. One example of this would be McDonalds. A selective market exposure is a company with few national recognition. And an exclusive market exposure company is a company that selects specific market areas around the U.S. that will suit their location.
chemical. Corrosion is a chemical reaction with the chemicals in the air.
Melting point is an intensive propery because doesn't depend on the mass of sample.
intensive, selective and exclusive
it's selective by corners in stores such as bergdorf, and exclusive in the official retail stores!
intensive, exclusive and selective
three types of distribution exclusive selective intensive
Selective. There are a few apple retail stores covering a specific geographical area.
selective refers to few selected retail customers in a territory to sell products. exclusive refers to selling product to a specific stores. intensive refers to place products in an many outlets as possible.
intensive distribution, exclusive distribution, and selective distribution.
It provides maximum coverage of the market by using all available outlets.
Which types of retail outlets are best suited to intensive distribution? To selective distribution? To exclusive distribution? Explain your answer in each case.
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