New York, NY, August 15, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Daniel Levine, the leading trends expert and professional keynote speaker, is noting the rise of customization for individual consumers.
“Consumers are realizing they do not need to have a cookie cutter experience,” says Daniel Levine. “The competition and the technology are there to provide just about any type of experience that consumers are looking for. This allows consumers to get pretty much whatever they want.”
Consumers are benefiting from developments like 3D printing. The trend is allowing anyone with a creative mind and a little patience to design and produce their own houses, canoes, glasses, you name it. This new technology democratizes the process of ownership and allows producers to generate whatever they see fit. Technology is also generating the ability for businesses to create customized experiences for their clients. Grocery stores are able to generate coupons and experiences based on the individual desires and habits of their customers. Restaurants, hotels, and other service businesses are also working to provide their guests with a variety of individualized options.
“For hundreds of years, the purpose of business has been to provide a service,” says Daniel Levine. “But now, the purpose of business is about providing a memorable experience. With heightened competition and improving technology, it is impossible for businesses to avoid giving their customers a unique experience.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel is a trend expert and professional keynote speaker. Using the contributions of more than 9,000 trends-spotters worldwide, Daniel builds a complete picture of trends across a variety of categories. Learn more at DanielLevine.com
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