Geographic Segmentation

A geographic segmentation divides a market into different geographical units, such as countries, regions, states, or provinces. These divisions can be based on any number of factors, such as population size, climate, income levels, or cultural characteristics.

A geographic segmentation divides a market into different geographical units, such as countries, regions, states, or provinces. These divisions can be based on any number of factors, such as population size, climate, income levels, or cultural characteristics.

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