The key is to give samples to the audience you want to reach (i.e., software packages to computer user groups or nutritious snacks to health-oriented consumers). In the food arena, where one taste is worth a thousand words, firms now exist that test market new products for large and small companies alike through in-store demonstrations. A good demonstration company not only keeps track of how much of your product was given away but also submits detailed reports on what people said about the product and how much of it was purchased.

If you feel up to it, you can get your hands on beaches, scuba diving, boating, fishing, off road 4WD adventures, camping, hiking, swimming, golf, swinging in a hammock under a shade tree, site seeing, water parks, highlands, villages, bar hopping, nite clubbing, movies, restaurants, malls, modern shopping. Its all here! Furthermore, Malaysia is such a small country, all these locations are within hours (drive, much less with flights) from each other

Why do people buy? The very true answer is because of the external appearance (packaging) and the considerable price. Lipliner Pencil Packaging plays a very important role in the sale of a product.The best example would be FMCG (Fast moving consumer goods) products. Shampoos, biscuits, chocolates, tooth pastes, cosmetics and many fall under the category. I feel impulse purchase is influenced by the packing.

I feel, targeting the kids would make any company successful. Kids are influencers in most of the families. Right from biscuits to clothes parents give them the choice. Those days the attitude towards shopping for a child was, "I have bought this for you". Now it has changed entirely. It has now become, "see if this will suit you, if you don't like it you choose". Cartoons and animated wrapper does not matter. Pleasant color and good designs matter a lot.