Product Market Strategy
Product market strategy is the collection of choices, actions and activities of a firm that determines how it positions itself in its product markets, and allows it to achieve and maintain a competitive advantage. This entry examines product market strategy from the perspective of positioning, using the value-based strategy framework.
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