To complete the alphabet soup of Marketing-Mix models we have the 4Cs, with the Cs representing Clients, Costs, Communications, and Convenience:

Clients – find what the customer wants and needs. Then create the Solution.

Costs – consider all costs in satisfying the customer, including costs that customers themselves will incur to find, purchase, use, and potentially dispose of your Solution.

Communication – what are all the communications and touchpoints between the business and the customer. For instance, how is a prospective customer going to learn of your Solution’s existence?

Convenience – how and where does the customer want to purchase?

New Marketing Litany: Four Ps Passé: C-Words Take Over. Lauterborn, B. (1990).  Advertising Age, 61(41), 26.