Mass production couldn’t sell its goods next year unless it made what it sold this year look unfashionable a year from now. – Raymond Chandler
That’s how manufacturing is – innovation and creativity leads the way.
Consumers would always look for “upgrades” or something better – so your products would not sell if you remain stagnant unless every producer remains stagnant as well. In that case, you would then have to offer better “freebies” and alike to get the consumers’ attention.
That would be impossible, right?
First, the world continuously evolves so does products and services. Second, consumers really do understand what’s going on – unless its healthcare – which actually needs more explaining to do, ahhh…
As consumers, obviously, we’d like to see quality products at an affordable price; and services that actually work and give value.