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Product and Services Development
from deck Business Growth Strategy Plan Presentation (PPT Template)

Product and Services Development

Slide Content

The slide presents a 4-part matrix focused on different aspects of product and services development: Product Changes, Product Variations, Innovations, and Patents/Rights. Each segment includes a placeholder for a description that exemplifies each aspect: "Launch of new color combinations of products," showcasing product variations through color updates; "Introduction of the female line of product category A," highlighting demographic-specific product variations; "Investment in research and new product development," denoting financial commitment to innovation; and "Acquisition of rights to produce product A under own brand," illustrating the securing of intellectual property and branding rights.

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is white with a wide blue strip on the left side.
  • The title "Product and Services Development" is prominent at the top in large, dark blue text with a subtitle in smaller grey text.
  • Four colored tabs spread across the slide horizontally, acting as headers for each of the four sections: blue for Product Changes, green for Product Variations, orange for Innovations, and dark teal for Patents/Rights.
  • Each section has a round icon matching the tab color (folder for Product Changes, gear for Product Variations, magnifying glass for Innovations, and a document for Patents/Rights).
  • Each segment includes a substantial text area for editable content, represented by placeholder text.
  • There is an eye-catching blue bookmark shape on the left side stretching across the entire vertical length of the slide.

The slide has a clean, professional look with a touch of color to distinguish different sections. The use of icons provides visual cues for each topic area, and the layout is organized to guide a viewer through the content systematically.

Use Cases

  • To present a product development strategy in a business meeting, allowing for a structured overview of different development initiatives.
  • For internal training or workshops detailing various product lifecycle stages, emphasizing changes, variations, innovations, and rights management.
  • In investor relations meetings to showcase how a company is innovating and protecting its products, potentially affecting its value and growth prospects.
  • During a project kickoff with a development team to clarify the scope of work across different areas of product enhancement and intellectual property considerations.

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