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Describe the seven phases of new-product development.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The seven phases of new product development.

Introduction: The term new product development is typically used to allude to the entire procedure of presenting a new item in the market. Product can be regarding a substantial item or an insubstantial service also.

Explanation

The seven phases of new product development are as follows:

  • Idea production: New thoughts are created and assessed as far as organization goals.
  • Screening: Thoughts in line with organization objectives are monitored to decide viability.
  • Ideology examination: The ideology is displayed to customers to decide their states of mind or purchasing aims with respect to the item...

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