Business strategies for enhancing quality of life in the later years
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As the earth’s population ages, businesses globally need to become more attuned to the needs of older consumers. This chapter emphasizes the importance of understanding the factors that enhance well-being in later life, and suggests strategies that can be adopted by marketers to assist consumers achieve this objective. This emphasis on developing strategies that enhance well-being entails a change in philosophy, involving a more holistic approach to marketing that focuses on both profits and enhancing consumer well-being.
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