Our Product Is The Clean Console And It Is An Organizer For A Car

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Our product is the Clean Console and it is an organizer for a car. Considering we had to make an organizer for the company Acme, we made a unique one that holds sunglasses, phones, money, and other small items. The overall problem we were trying to solve was to help the Acme Company from going out of business, which would have an effect on the town. People are now buying movies electronically and there is no need for the Acme DVD organizers. To save the Acme Company we had to create an organizer and the problem that needed to be solved by my group’s organizer was that people 's messy cars needed to be kept neat. The organizer we had to make also had a lot of constraints and criteria. Some criteria included, how it could function, if it…show more content…
I looked more in depth into a mass market and focused my research on homeowners. I found that there were a lot of possibilities for products marketed towards homeowners. After completing my research, I found that there were many advantages of a mass market. One advantage is that there are more people who will want the product if it is a mass market. Another advantage is that each product is usually inexpensive, which means many will sell to make a profit. Our organizer has many special parts in it to meet the wants of people in the mass market. Our product is a car console organizer and it comes in many sizes and colors. Our easy to use product also is light and portable. The product contains many multi-sized compartments for phones, money, and sunglasses. There is also a secret compartment with an easy access. While manufacturing this product, we would use plastic sheets to create it. We found plastic to be the correct choice because it can change texture and colors. It also is a very inexpensive product that is a light and strong material. The overall cost of our product includes the cost of material ($43.96 for two plastic sheets that are 30 inches by 36 inches) and the labor and overhead cost ($4.50) which adds up to the total production cost ($48.46). Then, I added the total production cost to the manufacturer’s markup, which is 10% of the total
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