Hi, I'm Cassidy and today I will be teaching you about The 5 Economic Utilities
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The 5 Economic UtilitiesBy, Angelina Moschella
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The first utility is Form. Form is when you change raw materials or parts to create a product that is more useful.For Example: A wedding dress would have lace, gems, silk, ribbon, satin, a dress skirt and ect.
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The second utility is Place. Place Utility is when a product is placed in the most convenient or efficient place that costumers could reach and buy.For Example: You can get wedding dresses from Department Stores, Bridal Shops, and Boutiques
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The third utility is time. This is what time of day and time of year the product is available and sold.For Example: Wedding Dresses are sold all year long since people get married at different times or when the store is open.
The fourth utility is Possession. This is when the product is bought with some sort of currency or monetary value.For Example: Wedding dresses can be bought in dollars, with credit, and any other international currency.
The final utility is information. This is when a company communicates with the consumer about their product and notifying people that their creation exists.For example: Wedding Dresses are displayed on billboards, commercials, and TV Shows.