The company is primarily known for its burgers. However, the business gradually expands its product mix. At present, customers can purchase other products like chicken and fish, desserts, and breakfast meals.
In diversifying its product lines, the company satisfies market demand, improves its revenues, and spreads risk in its business. However, the business utilizes various places as part of this 4P variable.
Some of these restaurants also manage kiosks to sell a limited selection of products, such as sundae and other desserts. Some kiosks are temporary, as in the cases of kiosks used in professional sports competitions and other seasonal events.
Furthermore, customers can place their orders through the Postmates website and mobile app. Among the 4Ps, this variable focuses on marketing communications with target customers. For example, the company provides new information to persuade consumers to purchase new products.
The corporation uses TV, radio, print media and online media for its advertisements.
Occasionally, the company uses direct marketing, such as for corporate clientele, local governments, or community events and parties. The aim is to use prices to maximize profit margins and sales volume. For example, customers can purchase a Happy Meal or an Extra Value Meal to optimize cost and product value.
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