Final Customer Purchasing from the Producer of the Product

Dispose Steps: Dispose steps include all activities required to eliminate the product from the customer's premises. These steps include the costs for removal and final disposition of the product.

A. Resources: Reduce the resources required for the use of the product

1. Money – Reduce the money the customer uses with the product

Reduce the level of payment for use of the product




1 3421 2002 Until the early 1980s, Bic met with considerable success in persuading shavers to switch from Gillette's cartridge-based systems to disposable razors.
2 3577 2001 Recycled printer cartridges have created new industry, and companies such as GRC and Magnolia Ink are filling the niche. A new print cartridge costs between $30-$250 but a used one is 50%-60% less. This helps both the consumer and the environment.
3 3751 1992 New cardboard cameras are the "perfect second camera" for those who don't want to risk ruining their expensive models at the beach or on the slopes.
4 7384 2000 Ofoto offers free processing for traditional 35 millimeter film. Users mail in the film and can then preview the images on Ofoto's site and pay only for the prints of the shots that they like.

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