The Buyer's journey is just that - a journey. Buyers advance from stage to stage with different needs and experiences for each one. Marketers should be aware of how to potentially influence decision making for each, nurturing an excellent experience for each.
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This solar reflector design pivots at the bottom of the trough, the pipe moves with the reflector. It requires a flexible steam pipe at each end. (image provided by Zenman Energy) Steve Nelson is an ordinary guy with an extraordinary vision.
Manufacturers can generate new value, minimize costs, and increase operational stability by focusing on four broad areas: production, product design, value recovery, and supply-circle management. A McKinsey Quarterly Operations article.
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