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    A business proposal on direct marketing in social media

    This paper is a research proposal about direct advertising within the social media. With the involvement with the error of computer systems, methods of managing advertising have been elevated. Each technique comes with its main benefits and constraints. This analysis proposal targets on evaluating the usefulness of social media in direct advertising. The improvement of […] More

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    A marketing strategy in transportation industry

    This demonstrates of a business plan in cargo and parcel transportation. This type of the enterprise requires lots of capital to venture into it. Firstly, transportation machinery similar to motor autos, motorcycles, trains, aeroplanes and different gear for transport are costly to amass. The enterprise is client primarily based. By shopper based, it signifies that, […] More

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    8 PS of Service Marketing

    People are an important factor of any service or expertise. Services are usually produced and consumed at the identical moment, and elements of the client expertise are altered to meet the ‘individual needs’ of the particular person consuming it. Most of us can think of a state of affairs where the private service offered by […] More

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    Air Asia Marketing Strategy Analysis

    Introduction AirAsia Berhad is a low-cost airline provider based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is the largest airline in Malaysia by the number of planes operated. It began in Malaysia and soon expanded to different Asian nations like India and Thailand. AirAsia was established in 1993 and commenced operations in 1996 and it operates scheduled […] More

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    Marketing startegies of kfc

    Harland Sanders was born in 1890 and raised on a farm outside Henryville, Indiana. His father died when he was five years old, forcing his mother to work at a canning plant, and leaving her eldest son to care for his two younger siblings. After he reached seven years of age, his mother taught him […] More

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    Hair Oil Marketing

    Hair oil is a hair care product specifically intended to keep the moisture balance of the hair, as moisture is lost due to strong shampoos and harsh chemicals in water. It can also be considered as conditioner to make the hair soft and pliable. Hair oil can come from natural products such as coconut oil, […] More

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    Marketing plan

    Trappist Dairy is glad to providing quality and healthy beverages for customer’s daily consumption. Trappist believes that milk is the best natural source of nutrition that good for people. Trappist Dairy started out as a small dairy farm operated under the Trappist Monastery in the early 60’s to supply bottled fresh milk for Lantau Island. […] More

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    KFC Marketing Plan

    KFC formally known as Kentucky Fried Chicken is the world biggest and most popular chicken-based restaurant chain, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky in the United State. It is originally founded by Colonel Harland Sander in 1952. Throughout its rapid growth it has now over 150,000 stores available nationwide in 105 countries boosting 59 years of history […] More

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    The Maluti Mountain Marketing Comm

    1.INTRODUCTION The Maluti Mountain range is a world-renowned hiking spot in the middle of Drakensburg Mountains in South Africa. As the marketing manager of BBS Hotel, I will explain how I plan to launch a marketing campaign for backpacker travellers on the international market by making use of the five steps of a marketing plan. […] More

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    Marketing management

    Marketing management – assignment 1 Case study Question for discussion: 1-give examples of needs, wants, and demand that build –a-bear customer demonstrate differentiating each of these three concepts. What are the implications of each on build –a-bear’s action? The build –a- bear company can really differentiating between needs, wants, and demand by gives the customer […] More

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    International Marketing and Management

    1. Preface As the neo-classic theory, the information model (McCracken, 2005) within advertising is based on the idea of homo economicus – the rational human being or the rational consumer. According to this theory the consumers evaluate products on a rational basis and buy the goods which are assessed to optimise their self-interest. Thus the […] More

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    Frizza – Frozen Pizza Marketing Plan

    The current size of pizza market in India is INR 1750 crores and is growing at the rate of 25-30% per year. But there is almost no presence of the frozen pizza in India. Contrasting this to the USA where frozen pizza industry accounts for 13.6% of total USD 40 billion pizza industry. Thus there […] More

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    Taj hotels and resorts service marketing mix

    The Taj was built at a time when Indians were not allowed entry into most of the prestigious hotels and clubs in British ruled India. Legend has it that this was one of the reasons why Jamshetji Nusserwanji Tata, the first Indian industrialist built India’s first luxury hotel. He went ahead with the project although […] More

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    Marketing Campaign

    The Westfield Shopping Centre provides a complete shopping experience, from arrival until departure. To start, all complexes have exclusive parking lots, where parking your vehicles is safe. Also, the parking is free for the first two hours, and by going into the movies, an extra free hour is earned. For more convenience the Auto Pay […] More

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    Marketing Mix

    1.1 Background to the Report Strategic management refers to analysing the important initiatives which are taken by the top management of the company on behalf of the owners. It successfully keeps a track of day- to- day activities which are going into an organization to organise the resources and plan a strategy which the organization […] More

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    Marketing scenario

    Introduction Positioned as an premium offering focused to lowest overall cost to end users through superior overall performance. Leader in quality , performance and technological innovation Product lines Carton sealing and industrial tapes Specialized adhesives Other packaging products K2 tape – Manufactured using patented technology and a brand name for pressure sensitive carton sealing tape […] More

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    Corporate Responsibility and Marketing Strategies

    I believe Apple Inc. [mostly referred as “Apple” in this document] has met the ethical and social responsibility towards general public, employees, customers and shareholders/investors. Apple positions itself to be very environment conscious and continuously working to reduce the foot print of the company and its products on the planet (Apple Inc.). Apple has a […] More

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    Marketing MIx

    Syllabus School of Business MKT/421 Version 12 Marketing Copyright © 2011, 2009, 2008, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2001 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course involves an integrated analysis of the role of marketing within the total organization. Specific attention is given to the analysis of factors affecting consumer behavior, the identification […] More

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    The opportunities and challenges of marketing Services

    Abstract. This paper gives the readers the background to understand how intangibility of services affects customers’ evaluation of service quality. The paper begins with the various views regarding intangibility of services from scholars. Some view intangibility as important characteristics in distinguishing products from services. Others look at intangibility as insufficient condition to divide products and […] More

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    Marketing planning

    Main characteristics of marketing oriented organisation The marketing is a management and customer satisfaction strategy which is focused on the customer satisfaction and it is also involved in various functions like advertisement, promotion, selling products and services of the business, product planning, and product development, market research and market analysis. According to Keller, (2009) Marketing can […] More

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    The Marketing Environment

    1. Discuss key cultural factors Starbucks had to consider as it expanded into China. As Starbucks expanded into China, they had to consider such cultural factors as: how people were going to adjust to the new drink, who they were appealing to in terms of demographics – How old are the customers? How often will […] More

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    Marketing Segmentation

    Marketing Segmentation United Health Care MKT/571 Professor Knabe August 26, 2013 Marketing Segmentation: United Health Care An integral part of a business’s market strategy is market segmentation. Market Segmentation is that process of breaking down a large market into smaller groups of consumers so that they can market more efficiently. Whether you are a consumer […] More

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    Marketing management assignment

    Executive Summary The culture to eating chocolate has certainly evolved over the years in Singapore. A beautiful box of nicely wrapped chocolate was no longer appealing to Singaporeans, especially those whom are born after the 1980s and later. People of this generation go for chocolates that not only taste good but also look good. Therefore […] More

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    Marketing Plan Phase III

    Marketing Plan Phase III MKT 421 Marketing Plan Phase III In-N-Out Burgers basic values and philosophy is simple: make the highest quality product, prepare the product in a clean environment, and serve the product in a warm and friendly manner. Introducing a new product to In-N-Out Burgers traditional menu will challenge the products success with […] More

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    Marketing Memo

    Attention: Mr. Donald Douglass and Mr. Ronald Abrahams, as well as all stockholders for U Driver Transport. After much research and evaluating of information pertaining to the country of Australia, I believe that Australia will be an impeccable candidate for the next location for Global Expansion for U Drive Transport. There are six factors of […] More

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    Winning marketing strategy

    Discuss the two important questions the marketing manager must answer to design a winning marketing strategy. How does the manager go about answering these questions Chapter 1 Review Notes 1. Define marketing and discuss how it is more than just “telling and selling.” Marketing is managing profitable customer relationships. The twofold goal of marketing is […] More

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    Marketing Review

    You track sales and profits, and discover that pants are selling better than shirts, apparently because the shirts are too expensive. You will look for a lower-cost supplier for shirts, or consider dropping your prices if you can afford to do so. 2. You realize that your experience as skaters is a plus; however, your […] More

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    Marketing channels

    Analyze the Supply and Demand side gaps for LA before the alliance. 2) Based on your analysis in 1), which elements of the distribution channel are ineffective at Laura Ashley before the alliance? 3) Evaluate the decision to enter a strategic alliance from the perspective of both Laura Ashley and Federal Express. What are the […] More

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    Virgin Australia Marketing Plan

    How formalized is the organization? Provide examples of formal rules and procedures, and indicate whether they are always followed. In an organization, formalization refers to the extent to which employee behavior is steered by rules and regulations that govern the organization and the degree to which these rules and regulations are standardized within the organization. […] More

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    Marketing Mix

    1.0 Company Background Apple Inc., previously Apple computer, Inc., is a multinational company that conceives buyer electronics, individual computers, computer programs, and financial servers and it is a digital vendor of newspapers content. Apple’s centre merchandise lines are the IPhone intelligent telephone, iPad tablet computer and Macintosh computer line. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak are […] More