product introduction


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Noun1.product introduction - the introduction (usually by an advertising campaign) of a new product or product line
first appearance, introduction, debut, entry, launching, unveiling - the act of beginning something new; "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
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It also seems that while non-foods new product activity is essentially national, there is significant new food product introduction activity on a regional level."
Efficient new product introduction, like all parts of the ECR effort, means finding the best way to add value for the consumer.
While last August's new product introduction was our largest ever, it was only one in a series over the past three years.
The resulting programs recently won national Best of NAMA Awards, sponsored by the National Agri-Marketing Association, in three categories: new product introduction, black & white or color spread -- single, and trade publication ad -- series.
-- Schott's latest product introduction for the New York Fall Tabletop Show combines a teapot and a teacup in the same container.
InfoExpo Focus: Information on John Deere's largest product introduction in history, and new products and services
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This launch represents ANI's sixth generic new product introduction in 2018.'
Most recently, he created, developed, and led the company's Project Management Organization focused on new product introduction while also leading the company's Orchid Supply+ and Maximizer offerings.
The "2016 Product Introduction Teaser" garnered the most awards, with a Silver Telly in the Direct Marketing category, and Bronze Tellys in the categories of Corporate Image, Editing and Videography/Cinematography, and Use of Music.
Elixiance is a timely product introduction, especially in Asia where PM2.5/PM10 is becoming a threat to overall skin health," said Dr.

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