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Tosco Marketing Company Quality Control - Tosco Marketing Company Quality Control TOSCO MARKETING COMPANY Quality control comes in many forms. For some it is following a specific philosophy, such as those developed by Demming or Juran. For others it is achieving a specific degree of merit as that established by the Malcolm Baldridge Awards, or International Standard Organizations (ISO). However, the petroleum industry as a whole has compromised, shifted, and remained adaptable to an ever-changing world filled with government regulations and restrictions....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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Customer Centrality in McDonalds’s Marketing - Customer Centrality in McDonalds’s Marketing McCarthy (1978) defines the classic model of 4Ps, including product, price, place, promotion. Well, Cowell (1994) suggests two other Ps, people and process, and Boom and Binter (cited by Donnelly, and George, 1981) add a further P, physical evidence. We can analyze what McDonald’s has done in the aspects of marketing mix to be customer centrality....   [tags: McDonalds Marketing Analysis Business] 1988 words
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Comparing and Contrasting American and Japanese Marketing - Competition in the business world is fierce and in order to survive companies must expand. “With the increasing globalization of markets, companies find they are unavoidably enmeshed with foreign customers, competitors, and suppliers, even within their own borders,” (Cateora-Graham, 2007). One way in which many companies have done this is by going global. International marketing, although more prominent than ever before, is still a difficult arena for marketers to master. Although religion and culture are not immediately brought to mind when business is brought up, marketing is one aspect of business that is highly sensitive to culture....   [tags: Compare Contrast Marketing Japan US] 1314 words
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The Marketing Environment: Wal-Mart Corporation - The Marketing Environment: Wal-Mart Corporation Wal-Mart is one of the world's greatest assets to most people. It provides consumer's a place they can go to virtually get anything they need from, car repairs, to groceries, prescription's, even the latest toys and electronics. With all that said, this paper relates to the different forces in business that affects business: competitive, economic, political + legal + regulatory, technological, cultural + social, demographic, and natural forces. Although there are technically seven we are going to focus on competitive, political, technological, and natural forces....   [tags: Business Marketing Strategy Analysis] 1488 words
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Marketing - The importance of marketing: The increase in appointing a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) shows the importance of marketing for many companies. They are on the same management level as Executive Officers and Chief Financial Officers. Jack Welch, General Electrics former CEO, stated ‘Change or die’ when it comes to surviving in business. What is Marketing. This chapter will take a look back on the fundamental elements of marketing and also what is happening in the 21st century. Definition: ‘marketing is an organisational function and a set of processes for creating, communicating and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefit the organisation and...   [tags: Business Marketing] 1613 words
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Dell's Marketing Strategy - Company Overview Dell is among the world's leading computer manufacturers that has transformed and diversified into variety of business segments over the years. Products range from Dell PowerEdge servers, Power Vault, Dell EMC storage systems as well as PowerConnect switches for corporate clients. For individuals and professional customers products range from Dell Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops, Dimension desktops, Inspiron and Latitude notebooks. Apart from these core products, the company also offer products and services range including printers, projectors, Axim handhelds, and other accessories....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis ] 1728 words
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Internet Affiliate Marketing - Internet Affiliate Marketing In the early days of ecommerce, businesses set up your site, bought a domain name, placed banner ads and hoped for the best: press coverage, word of mouth, banner ad click-throughs and eventually a closed sale. Life got more complicated quickly as banner ads proliferated and people managed to ignore them with increasing skill. Internet marketers thus had to become more savvy, and the affiliate model was introduced. The model: get other sites to reference your site and increase traffic and sales with “a little help from your friends.” This concept of having others reference you (and sometimes setting up a joint-referencing model back at your partner) is the pr...   [tags: Marketing Business Ecommerce Websites]
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Cadbury Marketing Codes - Cadbury Marketing Codes The ‘marketing mix’ is the term used to describe the combination of different activities necessary for a product to be successful. It is often described as ‘the 4 P’s’ i.e. PRODUCT = the good or service sold by the organisation; PRICE = the way in which the selling price is decided; PROMOTION = how customers are made aware of the product; PLACE = how the product is sold and ‘delivered’ to the final customer. Cadbury when promoting abides to the following marketing codes: Copy, sound and visual presentation will accurately represent all material dimensions of products advertised, including taste, size, content and nutrition and health benefits....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 1023 words
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Dell Marketing Strategy - Appropriate marketing strategy are needed to reach potential customer. Different type of customer need different type of marketing strategy. There are different type of marketing strategy that can be implement to final consumer & households or corporate buyers. Appropriate marketing strategy is needed to reach final consumers or households. Basically, this type of customer buy product and services in the category of nice-to-have, and often to improve their quality of life. Individual consumer buys product and services for his or her own use, they are free to make purchasing decisions based on instinct, whim, or gut feeling....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis ] 1049 words
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FedEx Marketing Mix - FedEx Marketing Mix Federal Express is an express transportation company, founded in 1973 by Frederick W. Smith. During his college years, he recognized that the United States was becoming a service-oriented economy and needed a reliable, overnight delivery service company designed to solely transport packages and documents. He wrote a Yale term paper on this idea and received a C. His professor thought it would never work. Fortunately for Frederick Smith, he did not take it to heart and ended up building that company he dreamed of....   [tags: Business Management Marketing]
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Business Marketing Report - Business Marketing Report A. Marketing Plan We wish to design a simulator which will allow people of any skill level to learn how to drive in a very safe environment, using real life feel driving simulators. We feel that the current system of Driver's Education could be forever changed. Once this idea has been laid out, the possibilities are virtually endless. We could simply use the devices to create a large-scale Driver's Education company implementing the machines to get people a semi-real feel of driving before they ever sit behind the wheel of a real automobile....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis Strategy] 793 words
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Marketing: Product Loyalty - Marketing: Product Loyalty The American Heritage Dictionary states the definition of loyalty is, "A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection." (American Heritage Dictionary, 2006). People are loyal to their jobs, their friends, a football team, or even their hair stylist. Some people have particular brands that they purchase from and will not stray to try other brands. This is considered consumer loyalty. For the reasons of affordability, great quality, diverse products and an excessive user of the products, I find my consumer loyalty to be with Kodak....   [tags: Kodak Marketing Market] 1712 words
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Marketing - Extended QFD: Multi-Channel Service Concept Design LUUK SIMONS & HARRY BOUWMAN Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands ABSTRACT The objective is to develop and test a multi-channel e-services design supportmethod that meets relevant design criteria. On basis of the evaluation of existing service concept design methods, we extracted relevant design criteria, such as customer orientation, channel coherence, channel synergy, competitive positioning, speed, focus and communication, and developed an alternative service concept design method, i.e....   [tags: Business Marketing] 1785 words
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Marketing Plan Outline - Marketing Plan Outline The product that most deserves to be introduced into the market is the self charging battery. There have been several variations or attempts on producing such a device, but none have quite made the jump into common everyday purchases made by consumers. The setbacks have been price, desire and practicality. Many people will not pay $20.00 for a battery to stick into a five dollar product. Rechargeable batteries have had a little more success, although those too get lost, cost more and cost money to recharge....   [tags: Business Marketing Strategy] 1963 words
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Seafood Marketing Plan - Executive Summary The major objective of any company is to make profits. Marketing is responsible for identifying a company’s customers anticipating their needs and wants, satisfying theses needs while keeping the its major goal which maximizing profits Strategic Planning is looking at where you are now, knowing where you want to be in the future and planning the steps to get you there. The Stingrae Caribbean a limited liability company. The Stingrae brand currently distributes seafood products through out Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis] 1968 words
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Gillette Marketing Plan - Gillette Marketing Plan Gillette's $9.2 billion global business began on September, 1901 by the name of "American Safety Razor Company. In 1902 it was names Gillette Safety Razor Company. The Gillette Company today is the global market leader in nearly a dozen major consumer products categories, principally in the grooming, alkaline battery and oral care businesses. It is the largest known company for producing razors and other shaving products. The five different business units Gillette focuses on are Blades & Razors, Duracell, Oral Care, Braun and Personal care....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis Management] 984 words
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Tesco Marketing Strategy - Tesco marketing strtegy Incomplete PART ONE STRATEGIC ANALYSIS Managers face difficulties in trying to understand the encionment. First ¡°the environment¡¯ encapsulates many different influences; the difficulty is making sense of this diversity in a way which can contribute to strategic decision making. The second difficulty is that of uncertainty, managers typically claim that the pace of technological change and the speed of global communications mean more and faster change now than ever before....   [tags: Marketing Business Management Essays] 1621 words
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Callaway Golf Company Marketing - Case Write-Up: Callaway Golf Company Callaway's marketing strategy from 1988 to 1997 Since 1982, Callaway Golf Company (CGC) evolved from a small golf club manufacturer established in California to the world's largest manufacturer and marketer of golf clubs with sales of $842.9 million in 1997. The company's extraordinary growth began in 1988, two years after Richard Helmstetter became CGC's vice-president and chief of new products. Helmstetter led the development of the S2H2 driver. By making the S2H2's hosel hollow and short, CGC delivered a product that put more feel into the player's swing and transferred the freed-up weight into the striking area of the clubhead, thus giving players m...   [tags: Case Study Callaway Golf Marketing Strategy] 1128 words
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Marketing Mix - The marketing mix is primarily made up of four variables, and they are product, place, price, and promotion. These variables are often referred to as the four P's. Many sources often describe the marketing mix as a recipe used in developing a viable marketing strategy, with each ingredient being used different ways and at different times based on the product or service one is trying to market. This paper will utilize three sources to describe the elements of the marketing mix. It will also describe how each one of the four elements of the marketing mix impacts the development of an organization's marketing strategy and tactics....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis] 1071 words
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Marketing Definition - Introduction In this paper I will define marketing in my own words and also research what the definition is using two different sources. While supporting my answers with three examples from the business world, I will show the importance of marketing. Marketing applies to many different areas of an organization and after close review I will make it clear on how it relates. Personal Definition Marketing is how a company or organization promotes the service or product the company uses to create revenue....   [tags: Research Paper Marketing Definition] 938 words
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Marketing Analysis of Fantasticc Golf Company - Marketing Analysis of Fantasticc Golf Company Table of Content Section                                                  page Executive Summary                                             3 Introduction                                                  4 Mission statement                                             6 Consumers’ analysis                                             6 Target market                                             7 Consumers’ characteristics                                   8 Market demography                                        8 Target market by cities                                   9 External Analysis of Sweden/Infrastructure                         9     ...   [tags: Golfing Business Marketing Golfballs Essays]
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Marketing Strategy for Unilever South Africa - Marketing Strategy for Unilever South Africa UNILEVER COMPANY MISSION "Our purpose in Unilever is to meet the everyday needs of people everywhere - to anticipate the aspirations of our consumers and customers and to respond creatively and competitively with branded products and services which raise the quality of life". "Our deep roots in local cultures and markets around the world are our unparalleled inheritance and the foundation for our future growth. We will bring our wealth of knowledge and international expertise to the service of local consumers - a truly multi-local multinational." "Our long-term success requires a total commitment to exceptional standards of performance and produ...   [tags: Business Marketing Plan Strategy Strategic] 4127 words
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Ford Motor Company Marketing Strategy - Ford Motor Company Marketing Strategy Ford Motor Company is one of the world’s largest producers of cars and trucks and one of the largest providers of automotive financial services marketing vehicles under the eight brands shown below. The Company is a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. During 2002, the company made 6.7 million vehicles and employed 328,000 people worldwide. Business partners include 25,000 dealers and more than 10,000 suppliers. Ford motor company offers a wealth of variety to the automotive consumer....   [tags: BTEC Business Marketing GCSE Coursework]
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Marketing Principles - Marketing Principles Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of goods, services, and ideas to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organisation objectives. Marketing has many ways that products are sold. It includes advertising, selling and delivering products to people. Marketers try to get the attention of target audiences by using slogans, packaging design, celebrity endorsements and general exposure in the media world....   [tags: Business Marketing Market Essays] 1972 words
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Asian Paints Place (Marketing Mix) - Elements of Asian Paint’s Distribution Strategy Asian Paint bypassed the bulk buyer segment and went to individual consumers of paints. AP went slow on urban areas and concentrated on semi-urban and rural areas. AP went retail. AP went in for an open-door dealer policy. AP voted for nationwide marketing / distribution AP BYPASS THE BULK BUYER SEGMENT AND GOES TO INDIVIDUAL CONSUMERS Bulk buyer segment was the major segment of the paint business in the earlier days and any paint company needed a share of this major segment for sheer survival....   [tags: Marketing Mix Distribution Strategy Paint] 744 words
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Marketing Plan - Marketing Plan Introduction. I have been commissioned by the manager of Scottish lemonade ltd as a marketing consultant to conduct research into their product range and markets and report back to him on the findings. Due to the lack of their marketing expertise they requested a report to include any ideas and suggestions as to how the research can help the company expand its sales in the future. Scottish lemonade ltd also require me as a marketing consultant to help them develop their existing products, expand into future markets and advise on the creation of new product ranges for the company....   [tags: Business marketing Plan Development] 993 words
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Marketing Plan for Bio-Mag Bracelets - Marketing Plan for Bio-Mag Bracelets EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The purpose of this analytical report is to provide a marketing plan for Bio-Life Ltd new product, Bio-Mag Bracelet on its magnetic therapy purposes. As health issues are popular concerns of people in Australia and overseas market, it is necessary for Bio-Life Ltd to get into this market as soon as possible. This marketing plan is to review the company’s marketing arrangement for the new product but to also recommend strategic responses to assist Bio-Life Ltd in developing a sustainable operating system....   [tags: Business Marketing Retail Consumerism Essays]
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Marketing Mix - Marketing Mix Abstract A Marketing Mix is a combination of product, packaging, price, channels of distribution, advertising, promotion, and personal selling to get the product in the hands of the customer. Throughout this paper we will be discussing the 4 P's of Marketing and provide examples of Marketing Mix. (Kyle, Bobette). Marketing Mix The Marketing Mix is based on the fact that price is not the only factor that decides whether customers will buy from you or not. In fact, in some cases people never buy the cheapest....   [tags: Market Marketing Business] 1933 words
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Marketing Case Study - Marketing Case Study Marketing Mix: The term marketing mix is used to describe the all the options available to the marketing manager in order to market a particular good or service. It is often referred to as the 4P’s(i.e Product, Place, Promotion, and Place) The Product Variable: This aspect of the marketing mix deals with researching consumers’ product wants and designing a product with the desired characteristics. This is a very important element of the marketing mix because it directly involves creating products and services that satisfy consumers’ needs and wants....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework] 764 words
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Marketing Channels - Marketing Channels The marketing channel(s) that will be used to distribute that product and the reason why these channels were selected Our marketing channels which will be used to distribute the household cleaning products are direct and indirect to consumers and direct and indirect to businesses. Direct selling is a dynamic, vibrant, rapidly expanding channel of distribution for the marketing of cleaning products. Direct marketing presents the product and service directly to consumers in a face to face manner, generally in their homes or homes of others, at their workplace and other places away from permanent retail location....   [tags: Business Marketing Essays]
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Permission Marketing - Permission Marketing Godin presents Permission Marketing as a solution to what he terms the "Attention Crisis" marketing professionals face today. Although technology has created many new mediums that can be utilized to market products, it has also immensely increased the number of outlets vying for our attention. Compared to years ago when there were only a handful of networks and a small number of newspapers and periodicals, today we can select from 282 channels and more. The large number of choices imposed on a finite quantity of time means that consumers are willing to spend less and less time paying attention to marketing....   [tags: Business Marketing Advertising] 1310 words
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Marketing Strategy - Abstract In this paper I will discuss a marketing strategy for a lightweight lawnmower. I will discuss the components of a marketing strategy, as well as the market segments I would target. I will discuss the 4p’s of marketing, and describe how they would be developed to match the two market segments.   In developing a marketing strategy for a lightweight lawnmower, one would have to take into consideration a wide range of factors. Marketers know they cannot profitably serve all customers in a given market, at least not in the same way....   [tags: Business Marketing Analysis] 1772 words
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Kudler Marketing - Kudler Fine Foods is a three-store gourmet grocer in Southern California. Kudler Fine Foods specializes in providing unique and high quality ingredients for the savvy shoppers in search of the finest meats, produce, cheeses and wine (University of Phoenix, 2008). One of the opportunities stated in the Kudler’s strategic plan include offering an expanded catering service. Currently, Kathy Kudler has been providing some catering services through special requests, with very good results both in customer satisfaction and product profit margin....   [tags: Marketing Business Analysis Management] 1523 words
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International Marketing - The International marketing is defined as performance of business activities including price, promotions, product and distribution decision and then the task of marketing research is to systematically collect data, process it in to valuable information which is vital for marketing decision. The information of host country on political stability, cultural attributes and geographical characteristic are required for sound for foreign markets. Information on economic general data on level of growth, inflation levels, business cycles and the levels of competition in that particular industry....   [tags: Business Global Marketing] 1654 words
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Marketing Journals - The apple products Everyone sees the simple logo of the multi-million dollar apple sign everyday. Whether if its on a mp3 player, or to be more specific the ipod, or even the Mac book, which I am currently using to type this journal, or the iphone, which currently isn’t even on the official Singapore market, but some still get it illegally or from other countries. Apple has placed itself into pop culture, from how ipods and subsequent trends like the pod casts are created. Apple has managed to market its mp3 players to become renowned around the world as the best selling, or at least the classiest and simplest of mp3 players....   [tags: Marketing Writing Journal] 1783 words
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Marketing Research - Safaricom is the leading telecommunications company operating in Kenya. It provides a host of products and services for telephony, GPRS, 3G, EDGE and data and fax. It has been faced with a number of problems with time, one of which is the entry of many other telecommunication companies into the market over the years. The companies include, Telkom Orange, Yu and Zain. So far the main rival is Zain. The problem caused by the entry of other companies is that they bring about unwanted competition (decrease in market share)....   [tags: Business Marketing Research] 756 words
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Marketing Comparison - Marketing Comparison Profile 1: So you’re thinking of doing some online advertising to drive traffic to your Web site – good idea. It’s the new way to advertise and gain new supporters. Forget billboards in Times Square or commercials during the Super Bowl; using online text ads to promote your organization is extremely affordable (usually $5 to get started) and simple. Since you’re going to start advertising online somewhere, it’s kind of nice to get some free advertising money to play around with....   [tags: Marketing Comparison Market] 933 words
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Marketing Plan - Marketing Plan Executive Summary This paper aims to summarize the plans and strategies that will increase the sales/ rentals of the Unidiz Suites. The Unidiz Suites, unlike any other dormitories/ apartments offers male/female room for rent and accepts male/female bed spacers. Dorm rooms can be double or quadruple-occupancy occupancy in size. In some cases, three people can live in a quadruple occupancy or one person in a double occupancy room. It has one public comfort room on the first floor and provides private toilet and bathroom in each room....   [tags: Business Marketing Strategy] 1917 words
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International Marketing - International Marketing Proctor & Gamble originated in 1837, when William Proctor and James Gamble formed a partnership in Cincinnati, Ohio. The partnership flourished making the company a gaining name as principled manufacturer of high quality consumer goods sold at competitive prices. By 1992 Proctor & Gamble was a multinational company with annual sales of almost $30 billion profits exceeding $1.8 billion, and a reputation for quality products, high integrity, strong marketing, and conservative management....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 919 words
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Marketing Plan - Marketing Plan 1.0     Executive Summary The consortium of Memphis community theatres including Germantown Community Theatre, Theatre Memphis, Playhouse on the Square, Circuit, TheatreWorks, Harrell, and Arlington Arts Group provide immeasurable value in increasing cultural quality of life in the community. By working together with a strategic marketing plan they can increase the audiences from 60% to 75% of capacity, while building strong support for the years to come. Memphis corporate leaders support the arts, including the community theatres, to ensure that Memphis is a place the best and the brightest will come to work and live....   [tags: Marketing Business Essays] 3336 words
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Business Marketing - Business Marketing Four basic categories define the business market: 1. The commercial market 2. Trade industries 3. Government organizations 4. Institutions Commercial markets include individuals and firms that acquire goods and services to support, directly or indirectly, production of other goods and services. Example: When Lufthansa buys aircraft built by the European consortium Airbus Industry, when Sara Lee purchases wheat to mill into flour for an ingredient in its cakes. Trade industries include retailers or whole sellers that purchase products for resale to others....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 1078 words
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Marketing James Patterson - Marketing James Patterson James Patterson is a popular crime fiction author with a unique business strategy: he produces approximately 3 times more books annually than comparable authors and employs unconventional advertising tactics. Patterson’s unique writing style and use of co-authors to write more books has proven to be successful, generating annual book sales of $120 million. Using his advertising background, Patterson has turned his name as an author into a well-known brand. Patterson built his empire by finding a successful method and using it consistently....   [tags: Marketing James Patterson Ficton Author] 1835 words
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Starbucks Marketing Analysis - Starbucks Marketing Analysis Starbucks Coffee Company is the leading retailer, roaster and brand of specialty coffee in the world. The goal of Starbucks is to establish the company as the premier purveyor of the finest coffee in the world while maintaining the organization’s uncompromising principles. In addition, Starbucks wants to develop its brand beyond being the preferred outlet from which to purchase coffee to becoming the preferred consumer brand. The coffee company has capitalized on the new found popularity of specialty coffee with its addition of coffee bars globally....   [tags: Starbucks Coffee Marketing Businesses Essays] 3323 words
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Marketing Mix - Marketing Mix Paper What are the elements of the marketing mix. There are four elements, which are product, place, price, and promotion. Organizations use these four elements of the marketing mix to make a profit on the product or service that they offer. The following will discuss the four p’s of marketing, and describe how each one of the four elements of the marketing mix impacts the development of a specific organizations marketing strategy and tactics. Four Elements of the Marketing Mix To begin, the first p in the marketing mix stands for product....   [tags: Marketing Mix Economic Theory Paper] 827 words
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Niche Marketing - Niche Marketing This is where firms concentrate on selling to a small market, due to these costs can be kept low because of the savings made by specialization. IT is usually used by smaller firms as they can concentrate on establishing a strong image and position in their niche. Also niche markets are usually ignored by larger multinational firms, who are not interested in the low sales volume yielded by a small segment. A good example is Rolls Royce who specializes in the luxury automobile niche....   [tags: Definition Paper Niche Marketing Economics] 1731 words
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Internet Marketing - Internet Marketing Marketing is currently standing verge of the greatest change in lifestyle, which he has ever undertaken. All around the globe businessmen and other entrepreneurs are racing to cash on the future of marketing. Tradition is being turned on its head as all of free enterprise begins plans to phase out age-old methods to more effective and cost-conscious world of the Internet. Their logic is not too difficult to understand. Last year, American businesses spent millions of dollars advertising their products by magazine, newspaper, radio, television and mass mailers....   [tags: E-commerce business Marketing Essays]
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Marketing - Marketing According to the American Heritage Dictionary, marketing is defined is the act or process of buying and selling in a market, but what are some of the strategies that successful corporations use to gain an advantage over their competition. Successful companies invest up front to develop an advertising and promotions plan, which clearly outlines the goals and strategies of the organization. Once the plan is in place and ready to implement, identification of target markets must be determined....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework] 495 words
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Marketing Trend - Marketing Trend Introduction Companies of today must respond to change to survive the future. Change is inevitable-growth is optional. Change forces all business owners to adapt, adjust and be energetic in building their businesses. After all, there are only three things a company can do with change: ignore it, adapt to it or embrace it. By focusing on new ways of doing things, a company can revitalize their business. In particular, marketing in new ways and with different strategies not only simulates new business, but also gives a company a new vision on productivity....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework]
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Marketing Interview - Marketing Interview Many small businesses don’t realize how important their company image really is. The following is a formula for low cost marketing for a small business to create or better their image. To find this formula I interviewed Evan Paull, the owner of a small sign making company based in Annapolis Maryland called ‘Independent Sign Consortium’ or ‘ISC.’ ‘ISC’ was started in 1996 and has had a steady growth ever since. I also interviewed Allison Green, the marketing director of ‘Revisions,’ ‘Revisions’ is based in Baltimore Maryland and is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the mentally ill....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework]
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Marketing Plan - Marketing Plan Current Market Situation An opportunity for Western Slopes's success exists because the national tourism and travel industry is growing 4% and adventure travel 10% annually. According to the Department of Commerce, the US travel and tourism industry is the nation's third largest retail industry and will be number one by the year 2000. Revenues from travel have increased approximately 100% in the last decade with US travel agencies producing over $100 billion in revenues each year....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework] 727 words
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Marketing Research - Marketing Research 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Sasel Research has developed a research proposal for Epic Developers to investigate the needs and wants when buying inner-city luxury apartments. The information that we collect will determine the advertising strategies that will be employed. Background information must be considered before research design and data collection methods are implemented. We have collected a variety of secondary information including Australian Bureau of Statistics and focusing on recent surveys and reports they have published....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework]
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Marketing Letter - September 24, 2003 To All Editors and Publishers, Come and See Our Latest Products. Guinea Laser Photo and its network of dealers in the U.S., invite you to drop by our booth at PhotosGalore West for a look at our latest technological breakthroughs in digital camera technology. eyelike twinkle™ - Just released in August, is the first digital camera that enables presentation of multiple exposures with a reliable preview image. Before this innovation it was impossible to overlay a second exposure over another digital image....   [tags: Business Marketing Letters Digital Cameras] 386 words
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Internet Marketing - Internet Marketing Being a writer isn’t a complicated task, but being a messageful writer requires lot of experience and inner self-presentation. James Baldwin was a very great writer. He expresses his inner feeling into his writing, which makes him true writer. When ever he wrote something always contain some kind of message. Most of his writing about African American culture where he raised. His writing tells the story of pain. He painted cruel history of black community into his writing. His writing contains lot of pain and anger, which could only describe by his writing....   [tags: BTEC Business Management Marketing GCSE] 813 words
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Marketing Principles - Marketing Principles A. Definitions 1. ABC ABC stands for activity based costing. This is defined as a method which identifies various activities needed to provide a product and determines the cost of these activities. I would say it is a method of breaking down the process of the business’ activity down to its root components. Then the causes of profit losses can be weeded out. For example, in a warehouse setting in which I worked, there were a few major departments which included receiving, stock dept., pick/pack, and shipping department....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing BTEC Coursework]
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Fundamentals of Marketing Segmentation - Market segmentation is the selection of groups of people who will be most receptive to a product. The most frequent methods of segmenting include demographic variables such as age, sex, race, income, occupation, education, household status, and geographic location; psychographic variables such as life-style, activities, interests, and opinions; product use patterns; and product benefits. Much segmentation involves combinations of these methods. No matter how segments are defined, however, they are characterized by considerable change over time....   [tags: Marketing] 978 words
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Marketing - Rockford Register Star Sunday, March 27, 2005 Business Section, Page 4C Hyundai, Kia shift gears to pass competition In this article, the Rockford Register Star discusses the most recent marketing changes in the Korean owned auto companies of Kia and Hyundai. The Korean cars are the second fastest growing car brand in America, trailing behind BMW. Kia and Hyundai had only two car models in 1999; and as of 2005 there are nine. They have announced their “24/7” plan that they say they will introduce seven new cars in the next twenty-four months....   [tags: essays research papers] 525 words
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Marketing - Marketing Different Companies have different methods of selling their products, some companies decide to launch an item and wait for the results of the sales. Another method of selling a product is to research the market in which it is to be sold. There are various ways of conducting some market research, much depends on the item you wish to sell, the time you may have to research and the amount of money that is available. People who are expected to be consumers may be approached in order to recognise their needs, this may be done through questionnaires verbally by post or by phone once their needs are recognised it will be clearer what to provide for them....   [tags: Papers] 2228 words
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