convenience goods

/kən'vi:niəns gυdz/ plural noun
ordinary everyday products that people have to buy but which command little or no brand loyalty
Price competition is very fierce in the convenience goods market.

Marketing dictionary in english. 2015.

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  • Convenience-Goods —   [kən viːnjəns gʊdz, englisch], Bequemlichkeitsgüter, Güter des täglichen Bedarfs, die ein Konsument häufig und deshalb mit geringem Aufwand an Kaufanstrengungen (nächster Einkaufsort) und Vergleichsbemühungen (Qualitäts und Preisvergleiche)… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • convenience goods —  Goods consumers routinely purchase without comparison. These goods are usually brand name, low priced items and can be divided into three subcategories: staples, impulse items, and emergency items. Widespread distribution is critical to success… …   American business jargon

  • Convenience-Goods — Con|ve|ni|ence Goods [...gudz] die (Plur.) <aus engl. convenience goods »Bequemlichkeitsgüter« zu goods (Plur.) »Güter«> Güter des täglichen Bedarfs, die der Verbraucher (der Bequemlichkeit u. des geringen Zeitaufwandes wegen) in der… …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Convenience Goods — (problemlose) Güter des täglichen Bedarfs, die der Konsument möglichst bequem in der Nähe seiner Wohnung oder seines Arbeitsplatzes einkaufen möchte (⇡ Verbrauchsgüter), z.B. Brötchen, Milch, Zigaretten, Zeitungen. Gegensatz: ⇡ Shopping Goods, ⇡… …   Lexikon der Economics

  • convenience goods — noun plural : articles that are purchased frequently for immediate use in readily accessible stores and with a minimum of effort (as tobacco, magazines, gum, or candy) contrasted with shopping goods …   Useful english dictionary

  • Convenience — (engl.: Bequemlichkeit, Komfort) bezeichnet: Convenience Food, arbeitserleichternde Essenszutaten oder Fertiggerichte Convenience goods, Verbrauchsgüter, Waren des täglichen Bedarfs; siehe Konsumgut Convenience store, Laden für Waren des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Convenience Good — A consumer item that is widely available, purchased frequently and with minimal effort. Because a convenience good can be found readily, it does not require the consumer to go through an intensive decision making process. Examples of convenience… …   Investment dictionary

  • convenience — con‧ve‧ni‧ence [kənˈviːniəns] adjective convenience foods/​meals/​goods food products that are made and packed in a way that makes them very quick and easy to use: • the growth in sales of frozen convenience meals see also flag of convenience * * …   Financial and business terms

  • Convenience store — Party store redirects here. For the Dirtbombs album, see Party Store (album). Corner shop redirects here. For the British band, see Cornershop. A convenience store, corner store, corner shop, commonly called a bodega in Spanish speaking areas of… …   Wikipedia

  • convenience stores —    In the early 1960s, service was the key to successful selling. Therefore, unless the customer was in a position to make an expedition to department stores, local shops were still more convenient and were all that most people could afford.… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

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