Definitions for "Product mix"
an assortment of types of products and product lines
A variety and size of products comprising the total assortment of products that a retailer offers for sale.
The variety of distinct product lines and items manufactured or distributed by an organization. See Product Item; Product Line.
The number of individual products produced or sold by an organization. The mix is defined by the industry and manufacturing environment, and management strategies that position the company as a specialty, niche or broad-based supplier of goods and services. Instances where the product mix varies widely from period to period often requires more investment in facilities and inventory, and may result in lower levels of customer service.
the percentage of a particular product (such as televisions, stereos, etc.) of the stores' total inventory or compared to the total units on rent.
See Merchandise mix.
the set of all products and items that a particular seller offers for sale to buyers.
The full set of products offered by an organization e.g., books, videos, storyhours, etc.
The set of all product lines and items that a particular business offers for sale to buyers.
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Keywords:  portfolio, see
See product portfolio.
Keywords:  sells, different, company, makes
All of the different products that a company makes or sells.