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Nowadays, there are two new forces rising in China: intellectualization and customization, both of which have been widely used in recent years. Customization method has become a breakthrough in the transformation of aluminum alloy door and window franchisees and a new outlet for career development because it satisfies the personalized and safe psychological needs of consumers

the cost needs to promote the customization of aluminum alloy doors and windows franchise stores

there are two main reasons. First, the increasing housing price makes everyone's living area smaller and smaller. How to make full use of the limited space is an important factor for consumers to choose door and window products, and aluminum alloy door and window franchise stores can better cater to this idea; Second, as everyone's concept of day is constantly changing, consumers increasingly hope to integrate independent creativity and personal style elements into their days

upstream industrial stock industry

the development of door and window industry and real estate industry in China are carried out synchronously. When the real estate industry in second and third tier cities is optimistic, shopping malls must be booming. Although customization is the mainstream trend of all professions in the future, it needs a certain time to form, perfect and mature. For now, customization of aluminum alloy door and window products still occupies the dominant position in door and window shopping malls. At the same time, it can be said that it is a relatively high-end cost. For most consumers now, products with high cost performance are still common choices

in the era of Internet, users are the center, and all actions of franchisees of aluminum alloy doors and windows are around users' needs. The popularity of customization is also guided by users' needs. In the future, all household occupations will surely have half of customized goods, and the era of customization has quietly arrived




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