Product Lifecycle

Product life cycle is the course of a product’s sales and profitability over its lifetime. It is usually defined by a model with five stages, moving from development to introduction to growth to maturity, and finally to decline. Once a product is developed and made available to the public, it enters the introduction phase of the product life cycle, where the company focuses on informing consumers about the benefits the product has to offer.

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