#2. Understanding Experiential Innovation

If Product & Channel innovation is “What I get,” then Experiential Innovation is “What it Means to Me.” This is the difference between what is purchased, and the effect or value that it actually creates for the customer. Quite a simple concept, but it means so much in the transition from product-centric to customer-centric business models.

04/27/23
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