By Steve Baron
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In this chapter, we examine structural models which identify the elements of a service which are both visible and invisible to the consumer and explicitly acknowledge the inseparability property of services. The chapter is divided into two sections. Section 1 describes three models used to conceptualise elements of the service system. In this section, the most detailed consideration is given to the services marketing system presented by Lovelock. 2 Elements of the models will be illustrated with reference to the hairdressing and funeral director case studies which accompany this chapter.
He finds it difficult to hide his frustration with customers who don't appreciate the quality of a good haircut. He treats every style like a work of art describing himself as a perfectionist who takes pride in the technical quality of his work. • The Future Anthony is confident about his skills as a hairdresser, but he does not feel that he handles the 'business' side of things as well as he might if his objective was to make as much money as possible. Although he sells his own hairdressing products in the salon, with the Joe and Co logo clearly inscribed on the bottles, he does not think that it is fair to 'push' customers into buying them just so that he can make more money.
George and his wife began to hire horse-drawn hearses from the Parish Borough Carriage Company. At the time there were many small funeral directors, even within a couple of streets of each other, but nearly all the funeral services were additional to the main business. As well as joinery/building businesses, furniture shops with skilled cabinetmakers would also make coffins and 'undertake' the services required for burials. George Ball, however, was the first funeral director in Stockport to provide a Chapel of Rest.