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"It's the nonconsumers, the young people who have yet to make the decision who are going to have to pay these increases," said Hall.
Selna expanded the lead counsel committee for the economic loss cases to nine members, including Berman and Seltzer, who represent the consumer plaintiffs, and Pitre, who represents nonconsumers such as car dealerships and rental car companies.
Two will represent the nonconsumers: Richard Arsenault, senior partner at Neblett, Beard
A disruptive innovation transforms an industry not by competing against the existing paradigm and serving existing customers, but by targeting those who have no other option and are not being served, people we call "nonconsumers."
2. Remember that nonconsumers can be great customers.
A 2007 survey from Wine Opinions, a consumer-research firm based in St. Helena, Calif., reported that "frequent Riesling drinkers are a small segment of the wine-drinking community and interest among nonconsumers is low.
Wisborg et al. found that women who consumed eight cups of coffee per day had nearly double the risk of stillbirth as nonconsumers. "