New testing methods can indicate consumer needs, rank those needs

March 1978
Marketing News;3/24/1978, Vol. 11 Issue 19, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on new product testing methods, magnitude estimation and quadrant analysis as of March 1978. Actions to be taken to conduct a quadrant analysis; Significance of using the magnitude estimation method; Explanation on measuring the attribute satisfaction.


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