65 New Products Quotes On Success In Life

These new products quotes will inspire you. New products are goods and services that differ significantly in their characteristics or intended uses from products previously produced by the firm.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging new products quotes, new products sayings, and new products proverbs.

Best New Products Quotes

  1. “When you’re trying to solve a problem on a new product type, you become completely focused on problems that seem a number of steps removed from the main product. That problem solving can appear a little abstract, and it is easy to lose sight of the product.” ~ Jonathan Ive
  2. “A lot of people that buy vinyl today don’t realize that they’re listening to CD masters on vinyl and that’s because the record companies have figured out that people want vinyl, And they’re only making CD masters in digital, so all the new products that come out on vinyl are actually CDs on vinyl, which is really nothing but a fashion statement.” ~ Neil Young
  3. “I think that we see Steve Jobs as the genius speaker in the mock black turtleneck with the round glasses, sort of beautifully delivering his new product, and I think that for people to understand that he started in a garage.” ~ Joshua Michael Stern
  4. “Does the customer invent new product or service? The customer generates nothing. No customer asked for electric lights. There was gas and gas mantles, which gave good light.” ~ W. Edwards Deming

  5. “I’m convinced that ideas and behaviors and new products move through a population very much like a disease does.” ~ Malcolm Gladwell
  6. “In the history of enterprise, most of the protagonists of major new products and companies began their education – not in the classroom, where the old ways are taught, but in the factories and labs where new ways are wrought … nothing has been so rare in recent years as an Ivy League graduate who has made a significant innovation in American enterprise.” ~ George Gilder
  7. “In fact, technology in, and of, itself does not cause particular kinds of change. It is, essentially, an enabling or facilitating agent. It makes possible new structures, new organizational and geographical arrangements of economic activities, new products, and new processes, while not making particular, outcomes inevitable.” ~ Peter Dicken
  8. “Why do eight out of ten new consumer products fail? Sometimes because they are too new. The first cold cereals were rejected by consumers. More often new products fail because they are not new enough.” ~ David Ogilvy

  9. “Once you have permission to talk to someone, finding new products or services for them is a smart way to grow.” ~ Seth Godin
  10. “When a really new product comes along, it’s almost always a mistake to hang a well-known name on it. The reason is obvious. A well-known name got well-known because it stood for something. It occupies a position in the prospect’s mind. A really well-known name sits on the top rung of a sharply defined ladder. The new product, if it’s going to be successful, is going to require a new name. New ladder, new name. It’s as simple as that.” ~ Al Ries
  11. “I have no interest in going on a tour to make money without making new product, new art.” ~ David Gilmour
  12. “Being an entrepreneur means that you are sort of inventing something new. You’re giving birth to a company. You’re giving birth to a new product, a new service. And that’s always exciting.” ~ Anousheh Ansari

  13. “The customer invents nothing. New products and new services come from the producer.” ~ W. Edwards Deming
  14. “The grim reality is that most start-ups fail. Most new products are not successful. Yet the story of perseverance, creative genius, and hard work persists.” ~ Eric Ries
  15. “If you work on a new product launch, spent time in a new geography, or work to develop a completely new skill, you have no choice but to figure out new ways to solve problems.” ~ Scott D. Anthony , Launch new products quotes
  16. “New product and new types of service are generated, not by asking the consumer, but by knowledge, imagination, innovation, risk, trial, and error on the part of the producer, backed by enough capital to develop the product or service and to stay in business during the learn months of introduction.” ~ W. Edwards Deming
  17. “We don’t believe in market research for a new product unknown to the public. So we never do any.” ~ Akio Morita

  18. “Greatest risk is not development of new product, but development of customers and markets” ~ Steve Blank
  19. “If you hear my idea but don’t believe it, that’s not your fault; it’s mine. If you see my new product but don’t buy it, that’s my failure, not yours. If you attend my presentation and you’re bored, that’s my fault too.” ~ Seth Godin
  20. “You don’t get new products and services out of sameness.” ~ Jane Jacobs
  21. “The best way to make news is to announce a new category, not a new product.” ~ Al Ries
  22. “Every startup has a chance to change the world, by bringing not just a new product, but an entirely new institution into existence.” ~ Eric Ries

  23. “Under private property, each tries to establish over the other an alien power, so as thereby to find satisfaction of his own selfish need. The increase in the quantity of objects is therefore accompanied by an extension of the realm of the alien powers to which man is subjected, and every new product represents a new potentiality of mutual swindling and mutual plundering.” ~ Karl Marx
  24. “You might think of consumption as a fairly passive activity, but buying new products and services is actually pretty risky, at least if you value your time and money.” ~ James Surowiecki
  25. “Creativity is the process that gives life to a new product.” ~ James Taylor

  26. “Out-innovating them is the way to beat China. And to do everything that we do in this country to support innovative policy, that drives innovation and new products and more jobs and creates jobs. You can’t – you can’t put a wall up around here. We tried that in the ’30s. It didn’t work.” ~ Jack Welch
  27. “The acceleration of the marketing process, the concentrating of manufacturing, greater diversification, increased international competition, have in turn speeded up product improvements, product innovations, and new product introductions. The stakes are high, the failures costly.” ~ Tom Sutton
  28. “Our plan is to lead the public with new products rather than ask them what kind of products they want.” ~ Akio Morita

  29. “Our company has indeed stumbled onto some of its new products. But never forget that you can only stumble if you’re moving.” ~ Richard Carlton
  30. “Many pioneers of these industrial changes, it is true, became rich. But they acquired their wealth by supplying the public with motor cars, airplanes, radio sets, refrigerators, moving and talking pictures, and variety of less spectacular but no less useful innovations. These new products were certainly not an achievement of offices and bureaucrats.” ~ Ludwig von Mises
  31. “Making money isn’t the main point of business. Money is a by-product…. A new product has been found, something of use to the world. A new industry moves into an undeveloped area. Factories go up, machines go in and you’re in business. It’s coincidental that people who’ve never seen a dime now have a dollar and barefooted kids wear shoes and have their faces washed. What’s wrong with an urge that gives people libraries, hospitals, baseball diamonds and movies on a Saturday night?” ~ Humphrey Bogart
  32. “Respect the child. Wait and see the new product of Nature.  Nature loves analogies, but not repetitions.  Respect the child.  Be not too much his parent.  Trespass not on his solitude.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

  33. “I’m sure there will continue to be exciting new products and major changes, but it looks as if the existing technology has a great deal of room to grow and prosper.” ~ Jack Kilby
  34. “One of the best ways to convince someone is to use a telling example, a story, a narrative. When Steve Jobs announced a new product, he told a story, explaining how a product would change the world as we know it. He turned Apple into a story whose challenges and adventures you want to hear about.” ~ Kabir Sehgal
  35. “A true chocolate lover finds ways to accommodate his passion and make it work with his lifestyle. One key, not just to keeping weight down and staying guilt-free, but also to keeping taste buds sharp (essential for the professionals who evaluate new products as well as judge recipes), Is being discriminating.” ~ Julie Davis
  36. “I just saw an ad the other day that I couldn’t believe. There was this woman-and I think it’s degrading to womankind-she was going out of her mind over a new product called “A Thousand Flushes.” Here she was in her toilet, saying, “Oh, I love this product!” and, “My life is complete!” Good God-if your joy depends on “A Thousand Flushes,” you’re sick!” ~ Leo Buscaglia
  37. “Cute. I’m on the waitlist to beta a new product and have been offered the chance to move up in the list if I tweet about it. Not doing so.” ~ Ethan Zuckerman

  38. “I love all of these new products that are coming out, things like headphones with cute, catchy names. There is also so much going on with the marketing of fashion. And then, I still love the classic stuff, like great dresses and wonderful photography.” ~ Stephanie Seymour
  39. “If the present American laws concerning the taxation of the profits of corporations, the incomes of individuals, and inheritances had been introduced about 60 years ago, all those new products whose consumption has raised the standard of living of the ‘common man’ would either not be produced at all or only in small quantities for the benefit of a minority. The Ford enterprises would not exist if Henry Ford’s profits had been taxed away as soon as they came into being.” ~ Ludwig von Mises
  40. “I remember back in the early days of Microsoft that from the day that you decided that you were just going to put out an ad to a customer – and all you were usually able to tell them was that a new product was available – it was about nine months before you could actually reach the first customer.” ~ Gabe Newell
  41. “Our government’s providing record investments necessary to push the boundaries of knowledge, create jobs, and improve the quality of life of Canadians. Our government is committed to creating the conditions that will allow entrepreneurship to thrive in this country. The collaboration between colleges and local industrial partners generates new products and ideas, creating long-term prosperity for the benefit of all Canadians.” ~ Ed Holder
  42. “We Experiment Endlessly, With New Products, New Methods, New Companies And New Marketing. A Successful Business The Emphasis Is On Experiment And Development, Ideas Are The Lifeblood Of Business.” ~ Richard Branson

  43. “A strategy is something like, an innovative new product; globalization, taking your products around the world; be the low-cost producer. A strategy is something you can touch; you can motivate people with; be number one and number two in every business. You can energize people around the message.” ~ Jack Welch
  44. “Besides hot Pocket keeps introducing new products every 10 minutes so I always have new stuff on the topic.” ~ Jim Gaffigan
  45. “If you come up with a new product, you can very easily track its contribution to the bottom line. But often the challenge can be both large and subtle.” ~ John Kao
  46. “Writing for UrbanMoms has awarded me a multitude of amazing opportunities. I have traveled to new places; alone and with my family. I have discovered new products, new books, new trends, and new restaurants, and been able to share them with my readers. I’ve met other wonderful writers and many incredible celebrities.” ~ Anna Quindlen
  47. “Samsung’s future hinges on new businesses, new products, and new technologies. We should make our corporate culture more open, flexible, and innovative.” ~ Lee Kun-hee

  48. “The strategic stimulus to economic development in Schumpeter’s analysis is innovation, defined as the commercial or industrial application of something new—a new product, process or method of production, a new market or source of supply, a new form of commercial, business or financial organization.” ~ Joseph A. Schumpeter
  49. “In spite of the extraordinary outpouring of totally and partially new products and new ways of doing things that we are witnessing today, by far the greatest flow of newness is not innovation at all. Rather, it is imitation.” ~ Theodore Levitt
  50. “When a manufacturing engineer is hired to create new products but insists on sharing his “wisdom” in accounting with the company controller, he is not going to last long in that company.” ~ Chin-Ning Chu
  51. “Under [Tim] Cook, Apple has a new product line with the Apple Watch, but it hasn’t generated the kind of excitement that the iPod, iPhone, or iPad did. Still, Cook can’t be called a failure. Under his leadership, the company released a larger version of the iPhone to record sales.” ~ Laura Sydell
  52. “If you look at, you know, the limitations of creating new products, you’re only limited by the technology that you have to work with.” ~ Homaro Cantu

  53. “To improve global health, it’s not enough just to have a really good new product and to obtain marketing approval. You still need to market the product and bring it to patients, follow up, create the infrastructure, and so on – the whole pipeline, the network. That’s something that companies are extremely good at: organizing a whole pipeline in a cost-effective way.” ~ Thomas Pogge
  54. “Truly world-class firms are always examining their business processes and continuously seeking solutions to improve in key areas, such as lead time reduction, cost-cutting, exceeding customer expectations, streamlining processes, shortening time to market for new products, and managing the global operation.” ~ Daniel Baldwin
  55. “In the domain of pharmaceuticals, we need a metric for health impact, and with this metric, we can then assess the value of the introduction of a new product and pay its innovator accordingly, say on the basis of the product’s measured health impact during its first ten years on the market. In exchange, innovators must, of course, renounce the usual rewards they are otherwise entitled to, namely the patent-protected markup on the price of their product.” ~ Thomas Pogge
  56. “In the history of enterprise, most of the protagonists of major new products and companies began their education” ~ George Gilder

  57. “In many ways, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been saying that and more for many years. He’s said you don’t have to choose between doing good and doing well. But only a few dozen people were lined up outside the Apple Store in San Francisco. That’s nothing compared to the hundreds and thousands that line up for new products. Cook is taking a gamble here.” ~ Laura Sydell
  58. “I’ve always been a fan of AXE and when I heard about their new product and they sent it out to me for me to try and smell and I was like, oh man. It’s hard for me to talk about something I don’t care about or I’m not really into but once I tried it out for myself I was like, wow okay I can get into this [ collaboration].” ~ Michael B. Jordan
  59. “I’m trying to build a strong business. I want to create new stars, new shows, and new products for my audience and create a legacy that outlives me. There are so many other ways I want to reach women besides doing a talk show.” ~ Tyra Banks
  60. “Shareholder value theory – the destructive idea that companies should be run solely for the benefit of shareholders – has led to financialized businesses that do not invest in the areas that will lead to future growth or the invention of useful new products.” ~ Mariana Mazzucato
  61. “Clients are becoming more and more savvy. They know what’s happening in the brands; they know the new products that are coming out.” ~ Delphine Arnault

  62. “The notion that you would initiate a new product without preparing the way by persuasion and advertising and salesmanship is fantastic. It’s an integral part of the system.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
  63. “The minimum viable product is that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.” ~ Eric Ries
  64. “If you don’t know what career you’d change to, I’ve come to believe in starting with your values. What do you care most about: producing a new product, a cause, health, something unpopular but important, whatever. Next, get expertise in that, perhaps not at State U let alone private U but at You U: self-study, articles,, webinars, volunteering, etc. Then use your network rather than answering ads to land a launchpad job in that career.” ~ Marty Nemko
  65. “Anyone developing new products and new technology needs one characteristic above all else: hope.” ~ James Dyson

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