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4 POS Segments Quadrant Matrix Diagram Template
from deck Point of Sale Segmentation Strategy (PPT Template)

4 POS Segments Quadrant Matrix Diagram Template

Slide Content

The slide presents a 4 POS (Point of Sale) Segments Quadrant Matrix Diagram focused on shopper attributes. The matrix is divided into four segments: A, B, C, and D, according to two axes - Fashion Level and Purchasing Power. Segment A is for High Fashion Level & High Spending, Segment B for Low Fashion Level & High Spending, Segment C for High Fashion Level & Low Spending, and Segment D for Low Fashion Level & Low Spending. Each segment's description suggests a customizable area for specific details pertaining to that category.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, lending a clean, uncluttered canvas for the content.
  • A bold, dark blue bar on the left edge contains the y-axis label "Fashion Level."
  • A similarly bold, dark blue bar along the bottom carries the x-axis label "Purchasing Power."
  • Four colorful quadrant squares represent different segments: blue for Segment C, yellow for Segment A, green for Segment B, and red for Segment D.
  • Each quadrant contains a white icon of a tag, symbolizing the retail or sales theme.
  • In distinct text boxes adjacent to each quadrant, there are detailed descriptions for each segment, colored to correspond with their quadrant colors.
  • Circular letter labels (A, B, C, D) in circles with corresponding quadrant colors are aligned to the right, acting as legends.
  • A light grey arrow points upwards along the y-axis, and another points to the right along the x-axis, indicating the scale of increase for each parameter.

The overall look of the slide is professional, with a harmonious color palette that visually organizes information for clarity. The icons, colors, and layout are designed to efficiently communicate a complex marketing analysis model.

Use Cases

  • To segment a retail market based on customer spending habits and fashion preferences during a strategic marketing presentation.
  • To analyze customer groups in a sales strategy meeting, facilitating discussion on how best to approach each segment.
  • In a business development meeting, to propose targeted campaigns or product development strategies.
  • As part of a training session for new marketing staff to understand different customer bases and their behaviors.

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