Product line extension strategy

A product line extension strategy refers to a strategy that involves making additional versions of a product so that it will appeal to different clientele or making related products to sell to the same clientele.

For example, a company may make another version of a low-end product, which is a little better, and then make another version of it that represents the top of the line to appeal to different clientele. This is a strategy that allows a firm to take one product and extend it into several products without incurring significant additional development expense.

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