The Product Life Cycle is not always Shaped like a Wave Form!


 
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The Product Life Cycle is not always Shaped like a Wave Form!
Helen, USA
The wave form is not carved in stone. Sometimes a product (or service) that is already in its Maturity or even Decline phase can suddenly re-emerge in a growth phase. Often this is the result of a technology breakthrough or of a crisis.
Example: TVs after the flat screens were invented. Or coal during an oil crisis.
Though some people may argue that in the case of a technology breakthrough it's not the same product anymore.

 
   

 
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