Co-branding or alliance, synergy, marriage, etc 1. What opportunities does it offer to marketers and consumers? 2. What are the best conditions for a successful co-branding opportunity? 3. Create an example involving two products that are currently independent, but would likely benefit from co-branding. 4. Provide an exa
Scenario Two: MMPBL580 - Marketing Management Huffman Trucking has experienced steady growth over the years, usually at or just below that of their main competitors. Phil Huffman, the CEO, appreciates the hard work of his organization in maintaining this stable trend, but at the same time he is frustrated that the firm has b
I came across this article in Entrepreneur Magazine (How online is affecting brick and mortar). What do you think of the Hautelook model? Do you think it is sustainable? http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/217179.
Explain why joint-space perceptual maps have advantages over other types of perceptual maps. Explain what basis the part-worth in a conjoint analysis as assigned to attribute level.
The advertising manager of a large firm asked you to approve a $500,000 increase in the advertising budget...
The advertising manager of a large firm asked you "the vice president of marketing" to approve a $500,000 increase in the advertising budget for one of the company's brands. She predicts that the additional $500,000 in advertising will increase the brand's sales by $2,000,000. Even if you were 100 percent sure that her predi
What, in your opinion, will be the future of global products?
In order to answer this question, you are required to select ONE brand from each of the following three product categories: (1) Goods & Service - eg Cell phone service (e.g. brands such as Verizon, Sprint, AT&T) or Store (eg brands such as CostCo, Macy's, Amazon.com) (2) Goods Only - eg Hand gun (e.g. brands such as Colt,
Http://www.youtube.com/user/NikeGolf#p/search/6/5NTRvlrP2NU This to me is a very powerful commercial. I think I am one of the few women (maybe even people) that actually feels sorry for Tiger. Watching him at the Bridgestone Invitational in my hometown - Akron - it is interesting to see how his personal decisions have reall
Building a brand is crucial exercise that often takes years or decades to accomplish. The benefit of brand equity is realized in the bottom line. You researched brand equity from a consumer standpoint. For this assignment, you will select a big nationally or internationally known brand that has advertisements that feature a famo
What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of doing business and marketing internationally? How has the Internet impacted international businesses and marketing , both positively and negatively? What do you predict as the future impact on international business and international marketing?
Create an ad campaign for an online university's bachelor's degree program. Include ideas for the following: Advertising: Where will you advertise, and what will your message be? Public relations Interactive marketing: How will you use the Internet, social networking sites, and mobile ads?
What are non-quantifiable tools in marketing? How are these tools evaluated? What is the value of using these tools? How does a marketing plan justify the non-quantifiable tools in its strategy?
This solution includes an interview with an adult with loyalty to a specific brand. The responses identify why the individual remains loyal to the brand and applies theories and concepts of attaining brand loyalty in the evaluation. The solution also looks at how the brand has changed over time, discusses why the
See attached file for links to articles. Need assistance researching (BMW Cars) using its website and attached links for articles to address the brand: Identifies market segments and targets Developed its brand equity over time. Positions itself in the market. Using ARTICLES from the brands website (BMW Cars) and
In an aggressively competitive market, branding is still relevant to the success of an organization. Branding is still phenomenon that exceeds cultural national and international boundaries, however, a brand does deliver the same ironclad total quality of products as it once did several years ago. Products sold based on the name supporting the product and consumers obtained the peace of mind that if they purchased a specific product from a particular brand consumers will definitely get their money's worth out of the product. Currently, products do not offer consumers the same guarantee. For example, when the iPhone first launched consumers were already complaining about technical difficulties, consumers had to wait patiently for Apple to eliminate all of the glitches in the System.
In an aggressively competitive market, branding is still relevant to the success of an organization. Branding is still phenomenon that exceeds cultural national and international boundaries, however, a brand does deliver the same ironclad total quality of products as it once did several years ago. Products sold based on the na
Brand building is a crucial exercise that often takes years to accomplish. The benefit of brand equity is realized in the bottom line. In this assignment, you will complete primary along with secondary research. PART 1: Primary Research and Text Application Find a consumer who is extremely loyal to a brand-name product
How would you match a potential sponsor with a property? What factors would you use to determine the most beneficial match? Name five potential sponsors in a community that would fit your criteria for the most beneficial match.
Provide five examples where a source's credibility hindered the effectiveness of a promotion campaign. Discuss what could or should have been done differently in each example.
Based on your Learning Team Advertising, Creative, and Media Strategies Paper prepare a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with 3-4 slides from the two stars. *A list and explanation of how you will evaluate advertising campaign effectiveness including what monitoring and post-evaluation tools you will use. Be sure to diff
In her 1998 paper Susan Fournier argues that customers have relationships with brands. 1. Explain what Fournier means by "having a relationship" with a brand. (20%) 2. Using two brands chosen from the product categories below, explain whether or not you believe that customers have relationships with those brands.
If a company exits a market and then wishes to return 10 years later, what peculiar challenges might it face?
If a company exits a market and then wishes to return 10 years later, what peculiar challenges might it face? just a few sentences please
See attached file. Rural India snaps: 1. Why do Indians in rural areas buy cellphones? How does it provide value to them? 2. How do wireless telecom companies in India market cellphones to such rural consumers? Is this an attractive market? 3. What general lessons can we learn from this article about marketing to
Compare a brand that you think has broken its brand promise to its customers to a trusted brand that you think keep their promise to their customers. Provide 1 example for each brand that helps to support your claim. Explain how they each differ in their marketing approaches and whether or not you feel their marketing presents t
I need help with writing a 300 word paper with the selected country being (Japan/Toyota) On my selected country, be aware of the following factors: access to information about the country, the ability to incorporate personal and professional experience and the plausibility of marketing the selected product to the country. J
Based upon the advertising objectives developed in your Learning Team Advertising Plan and Creative Brief, prepare a paper in which you develop a plan for your advertising, creative, and media strategies. Creative strategies that you will adopt to develop your campaign. A positioning statement for the campaign. Be sure
See attached file. 1. Assess Reebok's attempts to develop its brand image in China, using Yao Ming as a symbol and spokesperson. Have they done a good job? 2. What would you recommend?
1. Why is it important to identify your target market before anything else? 2. What are your thoughts on Google's New China Strategy: Your Questions Answered? Will Chinese view Google's latest move as a compromise or a slight? 3. What are your thought pertaining to Expedia vs. Priceline, Whose Media Plan to Book? 4. Yo
See attached case study: Chinese Refrigerator Maker Finds U.S. Chilly 1. Why has Haier faced difficulties in marketing its high end refrigerator in the US? How might it solve these problems?
My product is Snickers candy bar 1. An overview of distribution channel Channel levels-direct versus indirect distribution Channel organization-conventional, vertical, horizontal, and multichannel marketing system. 2. Analyze your target markets need. Explain what you know about your target market and what they want
Fast Food Industry: Go to http://www.mcdonalds.com/, http://www.bk.com/ and http://www.wendys.com/. Are these three firms participating in a monopolistically competitive market? What characteristics of the good make the market monopolistically competitive? Explain.