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Due to its long-standing presence over decades in high-tech equipment, Landsberg – First Class Aesthetic is well known in the market as a general importer and manufacturer and has the best worldwide business contacts.
Neatly graded according to the 4 pillar principle (analysis, treatment, skin care, skin protection), our highly demanding now find a fifth pillar, the two new Landsberg perfumes, Landsberg 1 and Landsberg 2. However, the best product selection is useless without the perfect, success-oriented one Training in theory and practice for the best treatment and sales results.
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The most expensive does not have to be the best, but only the best is good enough to last at Landsberg in the long term.
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How long does high-tech equipment “live”?
Conventional high-tech equipment in aesthetics is subject to the “Gartner Hype Cycle”
Source: Wikipedia which lasts about 5 years.
In the case of high-tech equipment with a special status such as JetPeel, which constantly offers new knowledge, new treatment protocols, areas of application and technical progress, can expand the Gartner Hype Cycle well beyond the 5 years.
Constant advanced training at the highest level according to the latest scientific findings are essential if you want to successfully stand out from the broad, lazy crowd tomorrow.
What is the Gartner Hype Cycle?
The hype cycle shows which phases of public attention a new technology goes through when it is introduced. The term hype cycle was coined by Gartner consultant Jackie Fenn  and is now used by technology consultants to evaluate the introduction of new technologies.
According to Fenn, it is represented in a diagram: the attention (expectations) for the new technology is plotted on the Y-axis, and the time since it was announced on the X-axis. The curve rises explosively at the beginning, and then drops just as sharply after a maximum.
After an intermediate minimum, the curve rises again to a higher level of steadiness. Mathematically, it is simply a matter of the decay after a jump excitation in the form of a strongly exponentially damped oscillation with an approach to an equilibrium position that is one jump higher than at the beginning of the oscillation.
The first phase is the technological trigger or breakthrough, the start of a project or any other event that arouses considerable interest from the specialist audience. Free riders rise to the new topic.
Peak of exaggerated expectations
In the next phase, the reports rush and often generate excessive enthusiasm and unrealistic expectations. There may be successful applications of the new technology, but most of them struggle with teething problems.
Valley of Disappointments
Technologies arrive in the valley of disappointments because they cannot meet all expectations and are quickly out of date. As a consequence, reporting is ebbing.
Path of enlightenment
Although the coverage of the technology has greatly diminished, realistic assessments lead back onto the path of enlightenment. An understanding is created for the advantages, the practical implementation, but also for the limits of the new technology.
A technology reaches a productivity plateau when its benefits are widely recognized and accepted. The technology is getting more solid and evolving in the second or third generation. The final height of this plateau depends heavily on whether the technology is adopted in mass or niche markets.