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  • Core Marketing Functions

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    “The core marketing functions within an organization.” A company is considered to have two basic functions; marketing and innovations. The American Marketing Association defines marketing as “the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large.” (American Marketing Association, 2013). The marketing functions within a business are grouped into three general categories;

  • Different Factors In Internet Marketing

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    internet marketing but in internet marketing stores are available 24/7 and some are even available all around the world. A great example for internet marketing would be E-bay. Here are some benefits of internet marketing: • Convenience o Internet marketing enables the stores to be present 24/7 without any stop, unless the site crashes, but still there are no worries about the stores being closed but the only problem would be the delivery of products. The best thing about internet marketing is that

  • Stakeholder Marketing Analysis

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    Consequences: Stakeholder Marketing and Supply Chain Corporate Social Responsibility Issues" the authors stated that the greater suitable consideration for the dangerous ambitions outcomes of the consumption decisions and downstream marketing needs more consideration to marketer efforts and stakeholder marketing to support the creation of responsible users. So this concludes that by analyzing indications for more investigations in this paramount emergent field area of marketing ethics. In the time ample

  • 3c Marketing Model

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    5. INTERNET MARKETING STRATEGY Marketing on the Internet is not the same like the traditional marketing efforts; as Internet is content driven and the marketing efforts also centers around the same. The Internet marketing model based on the 3C’s, is helping businesses all over the world achieve growth by unraveling the true potential of the Internet. It is to be noted that the model of 3 C’s has “CONTENT” as its central theme. The Internet marketing model based on the 3C’s have the following

  • Casela Marketing Strategy

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    Casela needed a change in its marketing strategy to face the potential competitors in the leisure industry and upgrade its marketing strategies and increase sales. 1. Consequently they have decided to diversify their operation globally by appointing representative office in China, Indian and Eastern Europe and reunion. 2. Hire multi language skilled staff 3. Organise coaching sessions with sales team 4. Instil customer relationship with strategic partners 5. Train the staff at DMCs 6. Develop

  • Impact Of Transparency In Marketing

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    path. We live in the age of “Transparent marketing” where companies are expected to be transparent, open and honest about their products and processes because one way or the other, the consumers are going to know about the reality of things from internet or any other social media channel. Applying transparency in marketing has a positive effect on sales of MNC’s. The basic aim of this research is to find out what will be the effects of transparent marketing in Pakistan and the factors that are making

  • The Importance Of Marketing Ethics

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    and regulations to induce marketers to conform to society’s expectations of conduct (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). However, it is important to understand that marketing ethics goes beyond legal issues (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). Ethical marketing decisions foster trust, which helps build long-term relationships (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). Marketing ethics includes decisions about what is right or wrong with the organizations context in planning and implementation (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). Marketers

  • Importance Of Pricing In Marketing

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    • Price: Pricing decisions of the products and services play an important role. The price must be reasonable and not too high. If it is, the customers will not pay for it as they can look for the products or services will are offered at lower value by the competitors. However, the business should not put the price at too low as it creates doubts on the quality and value of the products and services which invites bad impression by the clients. • Place: Place, in this sense, can be refer to selling

  • Blackberry Marketing Proposal

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    Executive Summary The topic of research for this Marketing Proposal is the decline of the brand Blackberry, in the telecommunication segment of the market. “Just three years ago, Blackberry had a market share of 70% among business customers in North America. This year that has dropped to 5%. Globally, its business market share has slipped to around 8% from 31% in 2010, according to IDC”. (Knutson, Boulton, & Connors, 2013). Blackberry went from one of the leading to one of the declining brands

  • Nike Marketing Principles

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    Pearson BETC Level 5 HND Diploma in Business (QCF) Unit4: Marketing Principles (15 credits) (F/601/0556) Assignment 1 Assignment Title: Innovation and Creation Student Name: Lam Yip Nung Class: Business BA(B) Assessor Name: Mr Pritam Bhavnani Date issued: 20 October 2016 Completion date: 17 November 2016 Submitted on: 17/December/2016 Table of content Abstract–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– p.1 Table of content–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– p.2 Introduction–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––