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Marketing for Profit and Non-Profit

Can someone please give me some assistance, help get me started with this question. How does the marketing process for a non-profit organization compare to a for profit organization? Is it ethical to use funds donated to pay for marketing efforts? Please support your position.

Marketing Strategy in Organizations

What is meant by a marketing strategy? Why is it important for employees in all departments - marketing, accounting, finance, human resources, operations management to understand the role marketing plays in the success of the organization? How does marketing impact each of these other departments?

Marketing and Economics Issues

Discussion 1 Think about a specific brand that you use. - Identify the branded product and discuss the brands value proposition - Describe the brand's current marketing mix (product, place, price, and promotion) - How well does the marketing mix reflect, deliver and communicate the brands value proposition? What changes in

In-store Medical Clinics

1.Which of the six basic characteristics of services are likely to have the most influence on the way in-store clinics are marketed? 2.Do you think consumers would use search qualities, experience qualities, or credence qualities to evaluate the in-store medical services? Explain your answer. 3. How do you suggest that in-

The Importance of Audience Centric Marketing

Please explain importance of the audience centric and provide an example how a company should use audience-centric marketing. Better if you consider about understanding the "why" of audiences. Thank you!

The case study of Scion

The case study begins by introducing the vehicle brand Scion. Scion is a brand created by the Toyota Corporation aimed at capturing the market segment of Generation Y consumers. The company initially launched with small hatchback models that retailed for less than $18,000 (Solomon, 2011). Scion has focused its marketing and

Case Study of Jimmy Buffet and Parrotheads

See the attached file. The case study begins by defining why Jimmy Buffet fans are referred to as "Parrot Heads". The moniker was given to them at an Eagles concert when the band looked out into the crowd of Jimmy Buffet fans and saw a sea of Hawaiian shirts and commented that they looked like a sea of Deadheads in tr

Basketball Sponsorship/Marketing Questions

1. Aim, objectives and feasibility of the dissertation The aim of this dissertation is to seek out what type of marketing strategies International Basketball Federations use in order to develop the game within developing markets? In terms of feasibility, references to journal articles, finding and interviews that will be

Marketing and Consumer Taste

Harvard professor Theodore Levitt argued in a 1983 article that the tastes of global consumers are converging and becoming standardized and homogeneous and stated that companies should market the same products in the same ways in all countries. Suppose that the product preferences of cultures and people around the world actuall


5. What is the impact of macro trends, such as the globalization of businesses, international migration, and conservationism, on consumer behavior? How will these trends affect the marketing of selected goods or services in the future? 6. Discuss ten characteristics of effective brand name creation. Then, locate three establ

4Ps of a Purchase and How Globalization Affects Marketing

1. Select a purchase you have made recently and describe how each of the 4Ps — product, price, promotion, and place distribution — influenced the purchasing decision. 2. What is the impact of macro trends, such as the globalization of businesses, international migration, and conservationism, on consumer behavior? How wil

The Importance of Perceptual Mapping in Marketing

1. Discuss how perceptual maps can be used to discover challenges and opportunities for a company. Using the South University Online Library, search for an illustration of an established company that uses perceptual maps. How did the company use perceptual maps to differentiate and position its brands successfully? 2. Defin

Customer Service in Commercial Airline

Assignment 3: Services Marketing Commercial airlines are part of the service industry. For them, it is critical to make the best of every interaction with the customer. Analyze the key elements of buying commercial airline services. Create a blueprint (diagram) detailing the service delivery process involving the frontl

PowerPoint Presentation on Ghana's Economy

I am looking for assistance with putting together a PowerPoint slide for a strategic plan. The PowerPoint presentation should reflect the following: Introduction (Cover slide) • Purpose (Reason for the Presentation) • Country Summary (Brief synopsis of the country and why the business is viable) • SWOT Analysis

Positioning strategy for a detergent

A sample of laundry detergent users was asked to rate Brand C and its competitors on a scale of 1 (worst) to 10 (best) for the following attributes: Brand Attributes Brand A Brand B Brand C Brand D Packaging 9.2 6.1 4.2 7 Cost 7.3 5.2 5.1 8 Eco-friendly features 2.9 9.2 9 2 Variety in presentati

Bliss Massage Therapy: Marketing

Bliss massage therapy center, operating in the US only, purchased a database of over 700 potential clients in Canada and sent a discount offer for its new locations in Canada. Most likely this would be classified as ------ in ans-offs product market mix Marketing strategy development Market development Market diversificatio

Vertical Marketing Systems

Explain and define the different types of vertical marketing systems. Give specific company examples so as I can understand

Designing a Green Marketing Strategy

Question: What is green marketing? How does it relate to corporate social responsibility (CRS) and marketing ethics? Describe a company that is practicing and promoting green marketing. Are they successful in their efforts? Why or why not?

Variable Costing Analysis

Your company has a market share of 25%. The total market size is $100 million. 1) Your contribution margin (the ratio of the contribution per unit over the price per unit) is 20%. Your variable cost is $16 per unit. You are thinking of hiring 10 more salespeople. The annual cost per salesperson (including salary and benefits)