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Complete set of 49 presentation themes. Pre deigned high resolution PowerPoint graphics to save time. Comparison table for better comprehension. Ample space available to mention titles and sub titles. Easy manual editing process. Easy to insert company logo, trademark or name. Well compatible with Google slides. Convertible to PDF and JPG formats.

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Slide 1: This slide introduces Launching A New Service. State Your Company Name and get started.
Slide 2: This is an Agenda Slide. State your agendas here.
Slide 3: This is Mission slide. State your mission here.
Slide 4: This is Our Mission slide with image boxes department heads names/designation.
Slide 5: This is Our Team slide with image boxes department heads names/designation.
Slide 6: This slide presents Market Overview having- Total Available Market (TAM), Serviceable Available Market (Sam), Your Target Market, Your Market Share.
Slide 7: This slide shows Buyer Behavior in comparison of years.
Slide 8: This slide shows a Compare infographic with scale image and text boxes.
Slide 9: This is a Business Quotes slide to show what you believe in or want to convey.
Slide 10: This slide presents Customer need analysis with the following sub headings - Change, Value, Decision Maker, Value Proposition, Process.
Slide 11: This slide presents a SWOT analysis as internal and external factors.
Slide 12: This slide shows Segmentation in terms of High Mid and Low.
Slide 13: This slide showcases Targeting. State goals/aspirations here.
Slide 14: This slide shows Strategic Positioning with competitor and social enterprise as variants.
Slide 15: This slide showcases Our Offerings v/s the competition in table form.
Slide 16: This slide shows Competitive Brands market share of different brands.
Slide 17: This slide displays Market Entry Strategy with the following headings- 1: Export (Indirect, Agent, Distributor, Direct) 2: Licensing 3: Contract Manufacturing 4: Joint Venture(Strategic Alliance) 5: Direct Foreign Investment(Ownership)
Slide 18: This slide shows New Market Location with world map to mark on and present to others.
Slide 19: This slide showcases 7 Ps of Marketing Mix- Place, Price, Promotion, People, Process, Physical Environment, Product.
Slide 20: This slide shows Timeline to indicate growth, milestones achieved etc.
Slide 21: This slide showcases Benefits of Our New Service with the following constituents- Health Insurance, Paid vacation, Meal Breaks, Social Security, Peaks & Bonuses, Pay Raise, Employees Allowance, Achievement Award.
Slide 22: This slide presents a Break even analysis to cover costs of doing business.
Slide 23: This slide showcases a Contingency Plan with the following content- Description Of Potential Problem, Consequence Of Workaround, Preparation, Probability And Impact, Activation, Main Impact Of Potential Problem, Workaround The Problem, Scope Of Contingency.
Slide 24: This slide shows New Service Development Process. The sub headings include- 1: Development- (Service design and testing, Process and system design and testing, Marketing program design and testing, Personnel training, Service testing and pilot run, Test marketing.) 2: Analysis- Business analysis, Project authorization, 3: Design- Formulation of new services objective/strategy, Idea generation and screening, Concept development and testing. 4: Full Launch- Full–scale launch, Post–launch review.
Slide 25: This slide presents Service Success Factors with the following segregation- CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS 1: CLIENT (New Clients, Increased Client Satisfaction, Improved Clients Service, Improved Service Delivery, More Aggressive Marketing Campaign). 2: OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE (Presentation skill training, Marketing skills training, On the job training, Technology training). 3: PEOPLE (Delivering more than is promised, Improved client turnaround) 4: FINANCIAL (Revenue per existing client, Revenue from new clients, Revenue per service).
Slide 26: This slide presents Service Success Factors with the following sub headings- Client, Financial, Operational Excellence, People.
Slide 27: This slide showcases Service Encounter Success Factors with the following headings- RECOVERY- Employee Response To Service Delivery System Failure. COPING- Employee Response To Problem customers. SPONTANEITY- Unprompted And Unsolicited Employee Actions And Attitudes. ADAPTABILITY- Employee Response To Customers Needs and Requests.
Slide 28: This slide shows Service Resource Planning with the following subheadings- CRM, Demand & Capacity Planning, Engagement management, Service delivery management and ERP&Corporate dashboards.
Slide 29: This slide shows Review Mission and Vision with Core value with text boxes.
Slide 30: This slide presents Cost Leadership strategy with the following constituents- Advantage, Target Scope, Broad (Industry Wide), Cost Leadership Strategy, Differentiation Strategy, Narrow (Market Segment), Focus Strategy (Low Cost), Focus Strategy (Differentiation), Product Uniqueness.
Slide 31: This slide showcases Levels of Service Innovation in terms of High and Low& Technology progress- Market Impact with the following constituents- Breakthrough, Game changer, Disruptive, Incremental.
Slide 32: This slide shows a Service Blueprint.
Slide 33: This slide displays Taxonomy of Services Processes.
Slide 34: This slide shows Service Improvement Plan. State your plan here.
Slide 35: This slide showcases Service Development with the following points- New ideas, Clear Need, Research Observe, Prioritize Insight, Brainstorm Concepts, Hypothesis, Experiment, Revise Hypothesis, Feedback, Build it.
Slide 36: This slide presents Concept Development and Evaluation. The concentric circles image include- Installation, Delivery and credit, Brand name, Quality, Warranty, Packaging, Features, Styling, Aftersale service, Core benefitor service, Augmented Product, Actual Product, Core Product.
Slide 37: This slide presents Marketing asessment with the following sub headings- Target Market, Forecasting Of Sales Volume, Indication Of Product Positioning, Competitor reaction, Specification Of New Product Development.
Slide 38: This slide shows Financial assessment with the following sub headings- Claim Canalization, Variable Cost of Production, Sales volume and value, Incremental Fixed Cost, Contribution And Profitability Of The New Service.
Slide 39: This slide shows Development and Testing stages.
Slide 40: This slide showcases Market Testing under three main sub headings- 1: Viable Product 2: Extended MVP and 3: Minimal Viable Product divided into- Launch, Concept, Test Problem Solution, Market Analysis, Check Feasibility (Prototyping), Positioning, Test Selling, Build.
Slide 41: This slide introduces to Post Introduction Evaluation.
Slide 42: This slide shows Delivery Process with different options.
Slide 43: This slide showcases Staffing displaying Company CEO at the helm.
Slide 44: This slide shows Service package of the company.
Slide 45: This slide shows another variation of Service package of the company.
Slide 46: This slide shows Service Design Document in graph form.
Slide 47: This slide shows another variation design on Service Design Document.
Slide 48: This slide shows Service Life Cycle in graph form.
Slide 49: This is a Thank You slide with image and text box to state your specifications etc.


Launching a New Service is a process of introducing a new service in the market. It involves various steps such as market analysis, identifying customer needs, developing a marketing plan, implementing the plan, and reviewing the service.

The critical success factors of a service are client satisfaction, operational excellence, people management, and financial performance. These factors help in achieving organizational goals and ensure the long-term success of a service.

A contingency plan is a plan devised for an unexpected event or situation that may affect the business operations. It is a proactive approach to identify potential risks and develop a plan of action to minimize the impact of the risk.

Service innovation is the process of developing and introducing new or improved services to meet the changing needs of customers. It involves identifying customer needs, creating new service concepts, testing and validating the concepts, and implementing the service in the market.

A service blueprint is a visual representation of the customer experience journey. It helps to identify the touchpoints where the customer interacts with the service, the service processes, and the people involved in delivering the service. The blueprint helps to improve the service by identifying potential bottlenecks and opportunities for improvement.

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