What is Added Value?

Added value refers to the increased utility of a product as it passes through different production stages. This can be in the form of extra features on a product or service to increase its perceived value for the customer.

A business may use different ways to add value. For example, a computer seller may offer free software and accessories to enhance the value of a product for buyers.

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