According to Mullins et al. (2008), the process of forming consumer experience is divided into six stages, namely:
1. Customer insight; prospective consumers provide information about their needs / wants to the product provider / seller (producer / seller). Customer insight causes providers to develop products or services that aim to meet those needs.
2. Product promotion and brand building; after the provider makes a product that suits the needs / desires of potential customers, the provider conducts activities aimed at informing information and encouraging potential customers to buy the product.
3. Transaction; the process of prospective consumers turning into consumers.
4. Product delivery; there is an exchange process, products / services from providers to consumers and payments from consumers to providers / sellers.
5. Customer support and service; The seller provides further services, especially when the flow of information about the product is needed between consumers to the seller or vice versa.
6. Product return / disposal; when the product consumption process is complete.