Drejeris, Rolandas; Oželienė, Danguolė
March 2013
Management Theory & Studies for Rural Business & Infrastructure ;2013, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p32
Academic Journal
Business finds it difficult to discover some stages of innovation purposefulness and gauge of actions, exceptionally which require a lot of organizational and financial expenditure during process of new services development. The purposefulness of test marketing stage raises a lot of discussions for business theorists and practicians. The aim of this research is to provide test marketing model of new services, which would allows finding the answers about purposefulness and circumstances of using test marketing actions during new service development. There is structured and synthesized sparse of the various authors' works, their information was assessed by approach of logic and integrity, viability and appropriateness for servines business and according results the flexible model is formed in the article. Model will help decide on the appropriateness of test marketing activities and order of their providing.


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