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Marketing Operations Term Paper
A market-focused, or customer-focused, organization first determines what its potential
customers desire, and then builds the product or service. Marketing theory and practice is
justified in the belief that customers use a product/service because they have a need, or
because a product/service provides a perceived benefit.
Two major factors of marketing are the recruitment of new customers (acquisition) and
the retention and expansion of relationships with existing customers (base management).
Once a marketer has converted the prospective buyer, base management marketing takes
over. The process for base
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QCF LEVEL 5: BTEC HIGHER NATIONAL
Learning Outcomes LO1 Understand the concept and process of marketing
LO2 Be able to use the concepts of segmentation, targeting and positioning
LO3 Understand the individual elements of the extended marketing mix
LO4 Be able to use the marketing mix in different contexts
This is a broad-based unit which gives learners the opportunity to apply the key principles of marketing. Firstly, the unit looks at the
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WHAT IS MARKETING: is the organization function and set up process for creating communicating and delivering value to the organizations stakeholders and managing costumer’s relationships in the way that is profitable for the company.
WHAT IS THE GOAL OF MARKETING: The ultimate goal of marketing is to match a company's products and services to the people who need and want them, thereby ensure profitability.
VALUE IN MARKETING: Is the difference between a prospective costumer’s evaluation of the benefits and costs of one product when compared with others.
MARKET VALUE: The highest estimated price that a buyer would pay and a seller would accept for an item in an open and competitive market
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Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for coming to my presentation today. My name is Quynh Trang. I’m from class English 2- High quality Banking and Finance. Now, I would like to tell you about one of the most important factors that makes successful business. Can you guess? Yes, it is marketing. I shall only take about ten minutes of your time, but my presentation will give you helpful information about marketing, especially marketing mix and how to make successful marketing. I have divided this subject into three parts: the overview of marketing, the marketing mix and key points of successful marketing. I would be glad to answer any questions at the end of my talk.
Now, let me start with
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PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Nguyen Thi Hong An
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Analyzing the Marketing Environment
Nguyen Thi Hong An
• Describe the environmental forces that affect the company’s ability to serve its customers • Explain how changes in demographic and economic environments affect marketing decisions • Identify the major trends in the firm’s natural and technological environment • Explain key changes in the political and cultural environments • Discuss how companies can react to the marketing environment.
Nguyen Thi Hong An
What is Marketing Environment
Marketing Environment The actors
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Marketing strategy is a process that can allow an organization to concentrate its limited resources on the greatest opportunities to increase sales and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. A marketing strategy should be centered around the key concept that customer satisfaction is the main goal.
Marketing strategy is a method of focusing an organization's energies and
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Marketing: Managing Profitable Customer Relationships
GENERAL CONTENT: Multiple-Choice Questions
1. Central to any definition of marketing is _____.
a. demand management
c. customer relationships
d. making a sale
e. making a profit
(Answer: c; p. 5; Easy)
2. All of the following are accurate descriptions of modern marketing today, except which one?
a. Marketing is creation of value for customers.
b. Marketing is customer satisfaction at a profit.
c. Selling and advertising are synonymous with marketing.
d. Marketing involves building and managing profitable customer relationships.
e. None of the above statements
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V. Marketing Strategy
Chipotle has a marketing strategy that is unlike any company we have seen in the food service industry. They have strived to reach their audience in a unique and effective way. By achieving this, it is strengthening the company as well as multiplying the consumer base. In the section of the Chipotle’s marketing plan we will analyze how exactly they market their product by showing what has been proven a success for Chipotle as they continue to grow across the globe.
Chipotle is known for its unconventional marketing strategy. The industry of food service is known for having hundreds of millions of dollars invested into its marketing plan and strategy in
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Successfully marketing an apartment complex requires you to find people who are seeking housing and place your advertisements in front of them at the right time and place. As you consider marketing strategies, list the places your target renters or buyers are likely to go when searching for properties. Be sure that your marketing materials are present in each place.
One of the most effective ways to market an apartment complex is by hanging a simple banner off of the building facing the street; this is particularly useful if your complex is near a major highway. If you are located away from main streets, consider putting up a sign that says "Apartments
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spawned a variety of styles of different series. G-shock has been created from a simple belief: The creation of a never smashed watch. (Casio website, 2009)Today, G-SHOCK continues to his pursuit of further innovation and creates all kinds of impossible.
G-shock (G-700BD-1AV) in the print, which is the official offer of around RMB1200. (Casio, 2009)
According to (Hall, Jones, Raff, 2009:75) marketing mix is a basic concept in marketing, referring to companies according to customer needs and business marketing goals to determine the best combination of controllable marketing factors. The main purpose of marketing is to meet the consumer wants, and consumers need a lot, it is
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Running head: USING PERCEPTUAL MAPS IN MARKETING
Using Perceptual Maps in Marketing Simulation
Producing more than 200,000 “plus” units per year, Thorr Motorcycles, is a billion dollar manufacturing company. Thorr also offers such services as dealer training, dealer software packages, motorcycle rentals, and rider training, just to name a few. The image that CruiserThorr symbolizes is one of “masculinity, mobility, and freedom”. To gain insight in this positioning and reason Thorr is experiencing a decline in sales, Thorr can use representation of the consumer’s view of the product. Increase sales/profits, Thorr will need to change the consumer
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ng S.No | TERMS | DEFINITIONS |
1 | Lead generation | The process of finding people (consumer or business) with a qualified interest in a certain product or service. |
2 | Lapsed Customer Rejuvenation | The process of re-contacting 'former' customers and following up on 'lost orders/old quotations' with the objective of generating new leads. |
3 | Market segmentation | Process of dividing the market into smaller groups that share one or more characteristics. |
4 | Marketing mix | Usually refers to McCarthy's '4 P's': Promotion, Place, Price and Product. Other words beginning with P (eg People and Process) are sometimes also included. |
5 | Positioning | Deciding where your
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Marketing 101: Major essay
In regards to the given quotation, it is evident that throughout time consumer choice has gradually changed to suit their specific needs and also the needs of their environment. This can be seen with the concept of sustainable development of resources to ensure the protection of the environment. Actions and products to help this cause which companies have developed are eco friendly products, for this specific example we see the emerging of zero –emission vehicles. To analyze and assess the current marketing strategies for companies to successfully sell these products, it is important to consider and understand the variables that influence consumer choice. These
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Vick VapoDrops varieties 20s
Table of content
I. Introduction 3
II. SWOT matrix 4
III. Marketing mix strategies (4’P) 7
1. Product 7
2. Price 7
3. Place/Distribution 8
4. Promotion 9
IV. Conclusion 10
V. References 11
The first Vicks VapoDrops medicine was created and sold in the 1890s by a pharmacist, Lunsford Richardson in Greensboro, North Carolina (Mills K 2010). It is a product of cough drops which created to reduce sore throats and restrain coughing. Over 110 years, Vick Vapodrops medicine is produced in America, Japan, Germany and many other countries in the world
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Introduction to the case-
Greg Miller (President and CEO) and Bill Tanner, (CFO) founded SaleSoft in June 1993 with the objective of marketing PROCEED, a Comprehensive Sales Automation System (CSAS). In the past 18 months PROCEED had received very favorable responses from prospects. However, converting interest to actual sales was taking a long time with only five PROCEED systems having been sold to-date.
In September 1995, Gregory Miller was faced with the question of whether or not to introduce a Trojan horse product. Trojan Horse (TH) could potentially distract SaleSoft from its primary objective of becoming a leader in the high end of the Sales Automation (SA) software industry. In
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marketing. Another option is to introduce a global brand which suits the local market. Third option is to have a custom approach to the US market.
The Strategy was to succeed in expanding in the USA market which will have an positive effect in the product and the equity of the Russian Standard Bank who owns quarter of the Roust Holding.
Analysis of Vodka Market:
The Vodka market divided into four price segments, Low, Standard, premium and super premium. The reason behind that was to provide each market with product suitable for each market condition.
The Russian market was controlled by low-cost local brands and the black market. Imported vodkas briefly rose in Russia in 1990s
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2.1 THE NATURE OF MARKETING
Marketing is understanding the needs of the situation, and the way resources and people can be applied to it, and then reacting appropriately, as opposed to following a formula.
To put it simple, marketing is a process cycle as follows:
i) Customer buys or potential customer is contacted.
ii) Finding out how the customer liked the product or what is needed.
iii) Analyzing these data and creating a plan that includes goals and strategy.
iv) Implement the plan which results in the customer’s buying the product.
v) Repeating the cycle starting with step (i) to make a better product sold with a better plan and
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offered gourmet coffee along with the entertainment and comfort from playful rescue cats and kittens.
After moving to the City of Angels from South Korea, where dog cafes are popular, animal lover Sarah Wolfgang, 21, has launched a crowd funding campaign to open a pooch-friendly parlor called The Dog Cafe where patrons can get a cup of Joe, followed by cuddle time with adoptable pups. This marketing plan will analyze what actions will need to be taken to successfully bring the Asian concept of a Dog Cafe to the American people.
The business will receive positive views because of the support of sheltered dogs that can end up getting euthanized. The
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Study Program : Management
Assignment Title : Group Project
Group Members : Anton Kokabri
Caroline Natalia Chandra
Class : Prince Edward Island
Lecturer : Sir Hendra
Submission Date : 13 November 2009
Business Marketing Plan
T-Quila is an upscale clothing shop that will open in July next year. T-Quila, which means "Tequila" or "kind of wine”, defines the shop and its essence of inclusion. We choose the name to suppose that our products will make the customers to be addicted to our products and keep on buying them. T-Quila's clothing selections are couple T-shirt, Family
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instance, the increased availability of management information system helps managers to improve on the way they manage and operate business. Other external factors like inflation interest, rates, gross national product and increased unemployment rate affects the normal and smooth running of the business organizations (Hawkins & Coney, 2003)
What do you think are the implications of the findings presented in this case for managers marketing and promoting holidays?
The case study has been imperative to most managers because they can use the ideas in the case study to make decisions concerning marketing and promoting of holidays. From the case study, managers have learnt that tourism is a
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MARKETING ENGINEERING FOR EXCEL
Customer Choice (Logit)
Marketing Engineering for Excel is a Microsoft Excel add-in. The software runs from
within Microsoft Excel and only with data contained in an Excel spreadsheet.
After installing the software, simply open Microsoft Excel. A new menu appears,
called “ME XL.” This tutorial refers to the “ME XL/Customer Choice (Logit)”
The customer choice (logit) model is an individual-level response model that
helps analyze and explain the choices individual customers make in a market.
The customer choice model helps firms understand the extent to which factors
such as the price
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Focus Group Tutorial Exercise MKTG202 Marketing Research (Week #3) Focus Group Facilitator Guide
Thank you for volunteering to serve as a facilitator for today’s focus group exercise! Your task is to lead a small group discussion on the participants’ perception of Macquarie University. In this case, you do not need to take notes, but you should be aware of emerging themes in the discussion so you can report them when you are finished. You should follow the question list in a rough order, but feel free to deviate from that list as long as the group is still broadly on topic. Encourage all members to participate, but do not try to reach consensus and try to avoid injecting your own viewpoint
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to: | phil marineau |
from: | aiden smith |
subject: | Levi at Wal-Mart? |
date: | septemeber 5, 2014 |
As you know, we are facing with a tough decision: whether we should sell our products to Wal-Mart. In the last five years, we had lost sales and had to close several U.S plants to move production to cheaper offshore areas. We really needed to revive the brand image to gain back some lost sales and will be using marketing to create new advertisements and product placement to broaden our target market.
My recommendation to whether we should sell our products to Wal-Mart, I say we should. I recommend selling our products to Wal-Mart because
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Table of Contents
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II. Duties, Responsibilities, Activities, Requirements, & Skills
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IV. Employment Forecast/Predictions
VI. Impact of Chosen Career – U.S. Economy
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VII. Impact of Chosen Career – Business/Marketing
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VIII. Global Implications
IX. Future: Short-Range & Long Range
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X. Personal Reaction/Rationale
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Adidas Goes Shopping for 500 Football and Baseball Players
BU106- Principles of Marketing
Dr. Donald Vest
Mark King the president of Adidas Group North feels that the Adidas business has been lacking compared to its competitors. In the last five years Adidas has been losing against Nike which is the business pioneer when it comes to athletic apparel and also to Under Armor which is a smaller and fairly new business. To help take care of this issue King has a three- year spending spree plan for Adidas to get new athletes to sign with Adidas. They plan to target
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in advantage. Marketing is probably the biggest contributing factor when giving one company advantage over another. If you market yourself well enough and live up to what you market you will be successful
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Ingredients -- Soft Drinks. (n.d.). Retrieved July 17, 2010, from SCI-Toys: http://sci-toys.com/ingredients/soft_drinks.html
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* - conglomerate diversification (new product in new market)
* Although already decennia old, the product/market grid of Ansoff remains a valuable model for communication around business unit strategy processes and business growth.
* The marketing concept holds that achieving organizational goals depends on determining the needs and wants of target market and delivering the desired satisfactions more effectively and efficiently than competitors do.
* Its starting point is the market, focus is customer needs, means intergrated marketing and ends in profit through customer satisfaction
* Coming up with products that customers “want” before they even know they want
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retention and customer loyalty. Not only do loyal customers ensure sales, but they are also more likely to purchase ancillary, high-margin supplemental products and services. Loyal customers reduce costs associated with consumer education and marketing, especially when they become Net Promoters for your organization.
Figure: customer Loyalty
Apex Footwear Company permits to conducts survey to measure customer loyalty to ensure the better service to the customers. Customer equity survey measures the customer satisfaction index on Apex Adelchi products. The survey result helps the company to know the satisfaction & dissatisfaction
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“you don’t get it”. In fact, there is no perception at all that there is something missing. Ethnocentricity carries us deeply into this trap and Disney fell head long into it. They certainly had the resources to get marketing opinion from European sources that would have saved them millions in mistakes. I think though, that the powerful personality of Eisner, coming off of several victories where he forced his vision through the objections of the American business community to win big and be therefore validated set the entire EuroDisney enterprise up for failure. Eisner and his trusted team believed that any opposition or obstacle had to be overcome with strength of will and vision and that
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Chuck Knight, CEO of Emerson, wondered if Skil would represent a successful new
diversification approach or prove that Emerson’s past acquisition philosophy had been correct. Jim
Hardymon and Bill Davis, Emerson veterans installed as Skil’s new president and marketing vice
president, had a more pressing problem. Faced with stiff competition from Black & Decker, Sears, and
emerging Japanese competitors, Hardymon and Davis had to forge a new strategic direction.
The Portable Power Tool Industry
The power tool industry consisted of portable and stationary tools powered by electricity,
gasoline, or air. Stationary tools such as table saws, band saws, radial
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taken to adapt to the dynamic business environment in a highly competitive industry.
• Understand reality of change and become “flexible”
• Revitalize strategy
• Low cost, LC/HV, “Virtual” carriers
• Customer focus (ask what they want)
• Eliminate duplication
• Organizational accountability
• Staff relations into strength
• Updating of airline systems
• Build partnerships (alliances, interactive marketing)
• Act decisively
• Diversify the business (core and non-core)
• Airlines “inventing” new ways to reduce future costs and spending of capital
• Increased efficiency
• Dependent upon aviation (links local, national and international economies)
• Airlines must take control of
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Principles of Marketing/343
What is Event Marketing?
Event marketing is a promotional strategy that involves face-to face contact between companies and their customers at special events like concerts, fairs, and sporting event. Brand use event marketing entertainment (like shows, contest, or parties) to reach customers with sample or displays. Event marketing campaign provides value to the people beyond information about product or service. Event marketing targets specific individuals or group at gathering spots hoping to make some great impressions.
Event Marketing, who employs it?
If a business is able to track and
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Marketing has always played a large role on the choices that consumers make when deciding on the brands of products that are integrated into their life, but how important is marketing for an organization. Understanding marketing and its history aids when further analyzing the importance of marketing on different types of organizations. According to Bartels (1988) “The establishment of a market economy wrought marked changes in the social and economic structure. A new attitude toward business revolutionized the economy of the country and that revolutionary element was identified by the term “marketing.‟ Historical accounts of trade
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“Relationship Marketing Across Value Delivery Network: A Literature Review”
*Dr. Tripti Singh
Lecturer, School of Management Studies,
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology,
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh-211004, India
Research Scholar, School of Management Studies,
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology,
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh-211004, India
Contemporary Marketing Management identifies Relationship Marketing (RM) as a paradigm shift from traditional marketing practices to a strategic function. It is not only
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Who are our target buyers?
What sources of uniqueness or positioning in the market do we have?
Where will we implement our marketing spending plans?
When will marketing spending plans occur?
How much sales, spending, and profits will we achieve?
Sales and Marketing Plans
This section of the marketing plan outlines each marketing event or action planned to increase sales. The plan will generally cover a calendar year, broken down by month or by quarter. For example, it may contain a summary of quarterly promotion and advertising plans, with spending, timing, and share/shipment goals for each program.
Sales and marketing plans should be a logical outgrowth of short- and long-term
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Internet Marketing Opportunities
CEO of Community Empowerment
City of Philadelphia
Denise Martinez, Employee of Community Empowerment
April 3, 2015
Mobile revolution chart
1400 John F Kennedy Blvd
Philadelphia PA 19107
April 8, 2015
Chief Executive Officer
Attention: Ms. Marilyn White, CEO
INTERNET MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES
On behalf of the company’s future development, there was some research conducted for purposes of enhanced marketing opportunities. I have researched and finished a proposal on Internet marketing. The report describes some
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Marketing strategies Chapter 7
KEY TERMS |
marketing aims: the broad, general goals of the marketing function within an organisation. marketing objectives: the specific, focused targets of the marketing function within an organisation. marketing strategies: long-term or mediumterm plans, devised at senior management level, and designed to achieve the firm’s marketing objectives. marketing tactics: short-term marketing measures adopted to meet the needs of a short-term threat or opportunity.
Understanding marketing objectives
This chapter notes how the marketing objectives of a business are derived from the broader corporate objectives. Examples of typical marketing objectives
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Marketing Strategy Template Research
Tempess Barnett, Jennifer Bautch, Laura Bentem, Shana Estabrooks, Kenisha Sulker
HCS/490- Health Care Consumer Trends & Marketing
April 18, 2016
Marketing Strategy Template Research
Marketing & Communication Strategy Templates
SWOT analysis is a situational assessment that can be used for marketing strategies for a business. SWOT analysis is the breakdown of the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats for the business; they are able to utilize this breakdown to their benefit for marketing purposes. Another marketing strategy is Differential Advantage. Differential
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Have you ever wondered why companies like Bacardi and Royal stag entered the field of music CDs and are advertising it so rampantly? Or why Kingfisher got into mineral water? Why Haywards 5000 soda and its ‘Honsla anthem’ are so popularized, where as its originally a liquor brand?
The makers of these brands have either been banned from advertising their original products or their marketing activities were restricted by the norms and regulations of the countries in which they advertized.
These are all cases of surrogate marketing. Surrogate marketing can be defined as an intentional utilization of a company, person or object to help convey the message of another party. The term needn’t
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Australia. It has approximately 500 employees including housekeeping staff, kitchen, security, barista, room service and maintenance etc.
Manage the Marketing Process
Houzit Marketing Management plan
1. Marketing activities
The market for home-wares in Brisbane is estimated last year at $175 million per annum with an anticipated growth rate of the percent in the coming year. Here I outline the following marketing objectives:
12% market share (up from 11%)
Increase in sales by 8.5% over last year’s result
No expansion stores are planned during this phase of consolidation and on average the stores achieved $24,680 per week for the year.
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6 August 2006
Marketing has become a vital part of sporting events in our country. When market researches use the four P’s to marketing; product, price, place and promotion they are more likely to be successful. NASCAR is a good example of a sporting event that spends a lot of money in market segmentation and marketing research. By doing so, NASCAR is able to find their target market and design their advertising for that particular market.
There are many marketing opportunities available for sporting venues. Often we will see commercials advertising the next competition day on television or local areas will advertise for their specific venue. We
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VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY – HCMC
MARKETING PLAN – VINAWATCH
SUBJECT: PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
LECTURER: LE DINH MINH TRI
1. ĐẶNG ĐỨC CƯỜNG
2. NGUYỄN HIẾU NGHĨA
3. HÁN THÀNH DƯƠNG
4. LÊ NHẬT UYÊN NHI
5. NGUYỄN TRUNG TÍN
6. TỪ GIA HUY
7. NGUYỄN NGỌC TUYỀN
8. NGUYỄN THỊ PHƯƠNG HUỲNH
9. NGUYỄN HỮU MINH NGÔN
10. LÊ VIỆT PHƯƠNG
11. TRẦN NỮ THIÊN TRANG
12. NGUYỄN NGỌC HOÀNG HẢI
VINAWATCH Company has just been established on October, 2013 and specialized about genuine watch and modern glasses. Our target markets
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Need for companies to act ethically with its stakeholders
Marketing ethics refers to the practices followed to implement the marketing decision making, behaviour and practice in the organization which comply with the standards of fairness. Marketing aims at creating a competitive advantage which creates value for the organization as well as the customers. Organizations are free to set and implement their standards and practices which is required for their own benefit. However, considering the advancement in our economic system, it is crucial in today’s world for them to not just supply products but also adhere to the ethical standards.
In a way ethics is another variable that influences
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4. Use of generalities. In analyzing cases, specific recommendations are necessarily not generalities. For example, a suggestion to
increase the price is a generality; a suggestion to increase the price by $1.07 is a specific.
5. A different situation. Considerable time and effort are sometimes exerted by analysts contending that "If the situation were
different, I'd know what course of action to take" or "If the marketing manager hadn't already fouled things up so, badly, the firm
wouldn't have a problem." Such reasoning ignores the fact that the events in the case have already happened and cannot be changed.
Even though analysis or criticism of past events is necessary in
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"Shopper Marketing at traditional retail: An inevitable journey"
90% of the Indian retail is built on the strong bricks of traditional trade. The just next door 'kirana store' is still a significant part of the shoppers’ life. This makes Point-of-Purchase venture into knowing what role does shopper marketing play at the foray of traditional trade, is shopper marketing seeking its relevance here. Experts introspect, answer and help us gain a definite ground on this issue.
By Reena Mehta
An Inevitable Journey
Traditional retail amounts for 90% of Indian retail surely sounds a cliché statistic, but for brands it’s a journey that must be taken. The reason to embark on this journey is
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1-Overton Enterprises sells widgets to a marketplace where total demand is 12 million. Overton’s market share is 12 ½ percent; the selling price per widget is $40 and the variable costs per widget are $25. Overton spends $7 million on marketing expenses. What is Overton Enterprises’s net marketing contribution?
2-Overton Enterprises sells widgets to a marketplace where total demand is 12 million. Overton’s market share is 12 ½ percent; the selling price per widget is $40 and the variable costs per widget are $25. Overton spends $7 million on marketing expenses and has $2 million in other operating expenses. What is Overton
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..What you see, what you smell, what you feel and think is all a part of a market strategy
Ever wondered why you always end up walking out of the supermarkets with huge shopping bags? If you analyze, half of the things you buy are on impulse. Why do we usually have fresh sweet smelling flowers or the perfume section at the entrance of shopping malls? The answer is easily understood by marketing student/executive – the fragrance enhances a 40% increase in good mood. It relaxes our senses and gives us a happy feeling. We tend to buy more in a happy mood. The placement of consumer-goods to enhance impulsive buying behavior is an old tactic now. Today, what you see