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arranging for a product or brand to occupy some other clear and distinctive position in the market and in the minds of target consumers than that which it presently occupies; repositioning may be necessary or desirable if sales expectations are not being met, or to allow for the introduction to the market of a new product or brand, or similar.

See: Market Positioning

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