Product mix, Marketing Management

Product Mix:

A product mix is the set of all products and items a specific seller offers for sale. A product mix consists of several product lines. A company's product mix has a sure width, depth, length and consistency. For example .These concepts are illustrated through an instance of Hindustan Unibuer Ltd. (HUL).The width of a product mix refers to how many different products lines the company carries. Length of the product mix refers to the whole number of items in the mix. It is obtained by dividing the entirety length (25) by the number of lines (11) or an average product length of less than 3.The depth of product blend refers to how many variants are obtainable of each product in the line. Since lux comes in 4 type of scents (exotic flower petals & almond  oil,  jojoba  oil,  and  milk  cream,  fruit extracts  and  honey  and  sandal saffron in milk cream), it contain a depth of 8. The consistency of the product mix refers to how nearly relate the many product lines are.

Product Mix Width

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            Product mix width and product line length of HUL.

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