I am preparing a paper comparing online retailing and brick and mortar retailing. What I need is real life examples between those business models (like amazon.com v barnes and nobles).
Peapod.com: Click on the "Groceries for your home" link. Enter a Chicago-area zip code (say 60602). Compare the Peapod customer experience to a brick-and-mortar grocery shopping experience. What benefits does a customer receive by using Peapod? What are the disadvantages?
1. Why are marketing channels and intermediaries necessary? With companies selling directly to customers over the internet in increasing numbers, is this always a good thing? Why do channel arrangements sometimes need to be modified over time? 2. Apple stores sell directly to customers, but you can also purchase Apple prod
1. What aspects of customer service have contributed to Amazon.com's success? 2. What are the differences in the purchasing experience between buying a book at Amazon.com and at a Barnes & Noble brick-and-mortar store? 3. What problems arose when Amazon.com expanded its offerings to products other than books? These a
Monopoly Power 1. I remember in late March/early April of 2000 that Microsoft was involved in some form of an anti-trust suit that centered on some form of Monopolistic powers. Wal-Mart continues to expand worldwide not just with their traditional stores, but with their Sam's Club warehouse stores as well. McDonalds has con
I need to find out how to properly format this into headings and subheadings Phase 5 Individual Project Comparing Operational Excellence of Company A to Company B Details: You are a consultant for the ABC consulting group. Your firm has been contacted by a XYZ Venture Capital Group, which is seeking a consulting outfi
Discuss the pros and cons of Amazon's growth and diversification of business and specialization, and make recommendations about what Amazon could have done differently. Determine the impact if Amazon.com had split up and become a family of brands (for example, â??Amazonâ? for books, â??Supertoysâ? for toys, etc.), ea
Please read the Blockbuster case, case pages 71-83 in your textbook. Please address the following issues: 1. Complete an external environment analysis of Blockbuster, including an industry and competitor analysis. 2. Complete a competitive rivalry analysis of Netflix. Provide specific recommendations as to how Blockbust
Details: Books and computer-software products sell effectively on the Web. Publishers and third parties sell both from sleek Web sites all over the world. Interview a consumer from each of the following age groups: 18-25 years old 26-45 years old 46 years or above (you may vary the ages slightly) Determine which th
Prepare and submit a research-based paper based on an occurrence that has already occurred within your industry that required your organization to change or react in some manner for sustainability and or growth. This disruption could be something launched by a competitor, a new technology, economical condition, or a regulatory m
Four companies conducted IPOs last month: Hot.Com, Biotech Pipe Dreams Corp., Sleepy Tyme Inc., and Bricks N Mortar International. All four companies went public at an offer price of $10 per share. The first day performance of each stock(measured as the percentage difference between the IPO offer price and the first day closing
Books and computer software products sell effectively on the web. Publishers and third parties sell both from sleek websites all over the world. Please interview 3 consumers, one from each of the following age groups: 18-25 year old 26-45 year old 46 years or above (you may vary the ages slightly) Determine which th
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages facing an existing brick-mortar-firm, as it makes a decision about using its current brand name or choosing a new brand name when making the move to go online with sevices. Why would a name change be a consideration in the first place?
Can you help me get started with this assignment? Will P&G's retail stores (brick n' mortar & click n' pick) be successful? Defend your position in terms of whether or not P&G has the expertise to move into this channel of distribution versus its current methods of distributing products and whether or not sales though this c
Will P&G's retail stores (brick n' mortar & click n' pick) be successful? Defend your position in terms of whether or not P&G has the expertise to move into this channel of distribution versus its current methods of distributing products and whether or not sales though this channel will cannibalize sales from its current method
APA Format 1. Name three issues of Traditional Marketing that IMC helps to solve. 2. Name three benefits of IMC 3. Name three types of Branding 4. Key elements of an Integrated Marketing Communications Plan 5. Give the six steps to a good tactical IMC plan 6. Give three key elements that define a business to bu
At the second meeting of the Digital Learning Initiative Team (D-LIT), President Learner has selected you to formulate interactive marketing benchmarks, such as website features, online services, electronic data gathering, and software applications that permit personalized digital experiences. Dr. Learner is especially inter
Please explain the following subjects about online auctions: Origins and key characteristics of the seven major auction types Strategies for Web auction sites and auction-related businesses Virtual communities and Web portals
I need help figuring out answer the below questions. Describe the supply chain for the business area selected when in a "brick and mortar" environment? Explain how the supply chain was modified from "brick and mortar" by the Web sites? describe the marketing tools used in each of the three Web sites? The three websites ar
Write a paper that explains how the supply chain differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site and a brick and mortar store. Give specifics. Try to relate your answer to your job or industry.
Books and computer software products sell effectively on the Web. Publishers and third parties sell both from sleek websites all over the world. Interview 3 consumers, one from each of the following age groups: 18-25 year old 26-45 year old 46 years or above (you may vary the ages slightly) Determine which they purc
Describe the supply chain for the business (Walmart-Sears-K-mart) when in a "brick and mortar" environment. Explain how the supply chain was modified from "brick and mortar" by the Web sites.
Describe the supply chain of Kentucky Fried Chicken Company when in a "brick and mortar" environment in 350 words.
Assume I have a online eBay business. Based upon the Classical v. Socio-Economic dichotomy, where does your organization fall on the continuum? Where should it be? Has its position on the continuum changed in the past few years and why? How does or should this principle impact your management style?
I would like to be assisted with the above topic of the following websites:www.carmax.com, www.ford.com, www.carsdirect.com a. Describe how the "look and feel" differs for the three Web sites. Include an evaluation of the ease of navigation of each Web site. b. Describes the supply chain for the business area selected whe
What are five key elements of quality management? How are quality imperative and continuous improvement related to strategic and operational control?
*Develop a planning Assumptions *Develop a corporate grand strategy objective(Brick & mortar store expansion in the north west) *Develop Competition strategy that will be employed to get objective in competition. *The position of the company financially *Develop information on taking the company public to accomplish the obje
I need help in knowing what the steps are to generate a topic and how effective are they. Also I need examples.
1. Interpret the implications of universalizability for moral reasoning and give an example for a sales associate. 2. It is said we give up a great deal of information in order to enjoy the benefits of the internet commerce what are some of the information types we give up most and how justified is the trade-off?
Explain how the supply chain was modified from "brick and mortar" by the Web site (Bank of America).