How they do it: Due to the success of its low-cost business model, Ryanair ist the largest European airline today. It provides only the most basic services related to the airline fare and transportation itself. Their new fleet of airlines feature non-reclining seats, no seat-back pockets, safety cards stuck on the back of the seats, and life jackets stowed overhead rather than under the seat. This allows the airline to save on aircraft costs and enables faster cleaning and security checks during the short turnaround times.
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How they do it: Swatch introduced timepieces that transformed how people interpret watches. On average, priced at $50 to $100, these watches are fashion accessoires and are kept as basic as possible.
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How they do it: H&M’s store design is simple and standardized across all stores. Clothes are placed on simple racks and shelves. Staff is present, however not meant to assist the customers in their purchasing experience but rather to refill racks and shelves.
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How they do it: Automakers such as Ford started manufacturing no frills models to also target customer groups with low purchasing power. No frills automobiles often have only minimum convenience equipment, a less powerful engine and are fully trimmed on cost savings. Other areas of saving are for example less sound-proof material, plastic dashboards instead of rubber and less options to adjust the seat.
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How they do it: Denner presents its products in a simple way, sometimes even in still on the pallets instead of on shelves. In addition it has only few or one options for every product choice and few brand products,
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