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What is the purpose of market segmentation? What is the relationship between market segmentation and the selection of target markets?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The purpose of market segmentation and the relationship between market segmentation and selection of target market.

Introduction: Marketing information is the last concentrate got from the dreary assignments including information accumulations, arranging, investigation, examination, recreation and evaluation.

Explanation

The purposes of market segmentation are as follows:

The rationale behind market segmentation is to partition markets based on explanations behind consumers needing an item, for example, pay and geographic area...

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