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Luxury Brands and Lifestyles, Values and Attitudes of Modern Society and Culture - Luxury Brands and Lifestyles, Values and Attitudes of Modern Society and Culture “Luxury is a necessity that begins where necessity ends” Coco Chanel The display of luxury signifies individual power and achievements. The manner which people dress reflects economic, political, social standing and self worth. Christian Dior quoted “it seems to me that women and men instinctively yearn to exhibit themselves”. Luxury in the fashion industry is usually defined in elements as: silk, gold, silver, and precious stones....   [tags: Luxury Brands Marketing Business] 1835 words
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Managing Brands (Pros and Cons of Brands) - Introduction We live in a world of capitalism and multinational brands dominate the consumer market. To the consumer, brands that have existed over many years represent quality, esteem, identity, trust and above all, a very reliable source of customer support and care. Companies try to promote their brand equity by vigorous advertisement campaigns. Targeted advertisements enhance the brand image and increase the competitive advantage by providing a Brand identity. Firms also use brand extension to increase their profitability by extending the power of their brand image to other product lines....   [tags: Marketing ]
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The Rise of Brands - “I also like Gmail, Giordano Natru – Dry shirts (my daily “uniform”), Hewlett –Packard laptops, Nokia E-series phones and Toyota. And am I the only person who uses Google Chrome almost exclusively. If I use products other than these, it’s not necessarily the end of the world. But the happiness factor might not be that great …through time, one develops a sense of affinity to one name, product or service. And subconsciously you keep choosing the same brand or product over and over not really because of its name, but because of the affinity.” (“Are you Brand Conscious?” – J....   [tags: Marketing Branding ]
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Battle of the Brands - Pepsi or Coca Cola, which would you choose from. Both brands have very persuasive ads, so it makes it hard to choose from. Pepsi was invented on August 28, 1898 by the name of the man Caleb Bradham. Coca Cola was invented by Doctor John Pemberton on May, 1886. Although, Pepsi and Coca Cola may be different they also have their similarities. Both brands are, and have been competing to be the global number one cola. I have gathered up information on a couple ads to tell you about the brands competition, similarities, and differences....   [tags: consumer, commercial, advertisement] 767 words
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Brands - Abstract Some brands have lasted for decades, even centuries. However, there are others which have not. All brands go through their individual life cycles. Companies continually strive to revive and adapt their brands to the evolving market. Brand managers and their companies primarily determine how brands adapt to their changing environment. Complacency of brand managers and companies, and the evolving nature of the markets are some of the factors that determine whether brands stay or become extinct....   [tags: Marketing] 612 words
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Foreign Brands in the Indian Market - ... India is a very diverse market considering mind set, choices and preferences of the customers. Many times questions arises, how these foreign brands are not only surviving but also making huge profits in Indian market. It is said that a fish starts to rot from its head. The problem is with India’s innovation lag, lack of constructive policies to motivate innovations in our country. Quality and credibility are an important assets of the brand which decides company’s growth and profit. Indian products are often seen as of interior quality or trying to have fake foreign image to lure customers....   [tags: globalization, modernization of India] 623 words
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Building Fashion Brands in Shanghai - Conclusion Although numerous previous researches covered the challenges of building fashion brands, this research aimed to find out much deeper information to present challenges of building fashion brands in Shanghai, a modern city of China. This research was a explore research. The key data were from primary research. Both quantitative approach and qualitative approach were adopted. The entire participants were selected through a convenient sample for the reason that it is easy to access to the respondents....   [tags: Fashion] 2073 words
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The Development of Brands and Branding - In today’s world material goods make a big contribution to one’s image and social status. A wealthy, financially stable person could walk down a street wearing an old pair of jeans and a rugged tee shirt and be taken as a middle-to-low-class person. On the contrary, a middle-class woman could wear her only Custo Barcelona dress and carry her only Louis Vuitton handbag and be viewed as a being with excess wealth and prosperity. Brand images are significant elements of American culture, and they continue to make a statement as prominent products of graphic design....   [tags: Advertising]
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Taking a Look at Dunkin' Brands - ... Dunkin’ Donuts opens. 1992 3,000th U.S. Dunkin’ Donuts opens. 1995 1,000th international Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant opens in Thailand. 1996 Dunkin’ Donuts introduces freshly baked bagels. Dunkin’ Donuts introduces breakfast sandwiches. 2000 Dunkin’ Donuts opens its 5,000th worldwide restaurant in Bali, Indonesia. Dunkin’ Donuts celebrates its 50th anniversary. Dunkin’ Donuts introduces hot chocolate and the Dunkaccino®. 2004 Dunkin’ Donuts moves its headquarters to Canton, Massachusetts. 2005 Dunkin’ Donuts introduces nine sugar-free flavors of iced coffee....   [tags: Dunkin Donuts, Baskin Robbins timeline] 520 words
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The Situation of Chiquita Brands International - Introduction The situation of Chiquita Brands International is serious. Bananas, the main source of revenue of Chiquita, cause an ethically questionable situation. Bananas are a very popular food in Europe and the United States because they is inexpensive and convenient. Especially the price of the fruit can only be provided because the bananas are grown in large plantations along the Equator. These large plantations cause social and environmental problems. In order to control the situation in Colombia Chiquita decides to pay paramilitary groups....   [tags: social & environmental problems, large plantations] 947 words
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Brands Give Products a Personality - ... For consumers, this may also reduce time and effort spent on choosing products, since they can easily depend on the same brands they have been buying. As brands develop this sense of reliability, this also increases their sales by appealing to old customers. Brand prices also often remain stable and so consumers know what to expect. However, creating a lasting brand often takes large amounts of time, money, and efforts. Advertisers must create campaigns that reach a large enough consumer group that both advertise their enduring values while keeping in mind to diversify promotion tactics to attract even more customers....   [tags: advertise, customer, appeal]
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Selling New and Improved Brands - ... On the other hand William Lutz uses an excerpt from his book Doublespeak Defined to explain how words are used in advertising. He writes that advertisers have to watch what they say their product claims to do and to get around this they use “weasel words” in order to convince consumers to buy their product. (399 Lutz) Lutz explains that the words used have basic meanings but how they are used can make it seem like a product claims something it does not. He describes that the word “help” means “to aid or assist,” but with a claim after the word customers sometimes interpret “help” to mean “conquer, stop, eliminate, end, solve, heal, cure or anything else.” (399 Lutz) He uses an example of...   [tags: William Lutz, Douglas Rushkoff] 944 words
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Life Cycles of Brands - According to Kotler and Keller, 2009, today brands play a number of important roles that improve consumer’s lives and enhance the financial value of the firms. As defined by them, a brand is a product or service whose dimensions differentiate it in some way from other products or services designed to satisfy the same need. While brands such as Wrigley’s, Coca-Cola, and Heinz among the few that remained brand leaders for many decades, we also have examples of other brands such as Polaroid, Levi Strauss to name a few, which have not lasted forever (p....   [tags: Marketing] 593 words
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Analysis of Dunkin Brands - The first Dunkin Donuts was opened in 1950 by founder Mr. Bill Rosenburg in Quincy, MA. Five years later the very first franchised branch was licensed. Sixty years later, under “Dunkin Brands Inc.”, there are now over 10,000 stores including more than 7,000 franchised locations, all in 36 of the United States. There are over 3,000 Dunkin stores internationally in 32 countries other than the United States. Dunkin' Brands Group, Inc. is one of the world's leading franchisors of quick service restaurants serving hot and cold coffee and baked goods, as well as hard-serve ice cream....   [tags: Dunkin Donuts Case Study]
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Understanding Brands as Personalities - ... The essay will attempt to analyze and understand both the image that Apple is projecting outwards and why people want an experience from Apple to begin with. Apple is consistently one of the most successful corporations in its field, making it the perfect company to examine for solutions to this question. Keywords: Branding, Brand Experience, Brand Personality, Brand Loyalty METHODOLOGY This essay examines the importance of brands in a consumer-based society. The author will look at the way in which brands and brand identity enhance the overall customer experience with certain companies....   [tags: customers, creating an image, companies] 1386 words
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British Brands in China - 1.2 British brands in China Being one of the most robust emerging markets, China has attracted investments all over the world for decades since the beginning of its open and reform policy (Melewar, T.C., et al., 2004). After China was accepted by WTO (world trade organization) in 2001(Leïla, 2009), more and more foreign brands have been introduced into Chinese market, among which British brands are no exceptions. These brands of different categories are experiencing the fierce competitions in China, some of them are expanding business quite smoothly while many others are struggling grabbing the market share they have achieved, some losers have to quit the game in the end....   [tags: International Trade, Case Study] 743 words
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What are Celebrity Brands? - ... When asked ‘how influential to a purchase decision do you think celebrity endorsement is?” only 15% of the 232 respondents said ‘very influential’, whilst 30% said ‘influential’. Whereas 55% of people said the only found it ‘somewhat influential’ or ‘not at all influential’. This negative association was found particularly in the 45 - 54 age bracket, where 65% of respondents said they were hardly influenced by celebrity endorsement when making purchase decisions. However in the 25 - 34 age bracket almost 50% of people said that they were ‘influenced’ or ‘very influenced’....   [tags: consumers, t.v., advertisements] 1855 words
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Analyzing the Relationship Between Brands and Consumers - How do contemporary promotional cultures construct a relationship with consumers through brands and how active are consumers in this relationship. Illustrate your answer with examples. This paper provides a framework for the relationship formed between brands and consumers; It will attempt to discover what this relationship looks like from an annalist point of view, additionally it will be touching upon brand management, this will be applied in relation to appropriate examples such as the US clothing brand, Abricombie & Fitch (A&F)....   [tags: products, personality, emotions]
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Unilever Deodorant Brands - ... Aside from the quality of the Dove product, the brand has transformed the image and message of beauty, thus creating a brand loyalty among their target market like no other. In the past 15 years Dove has influenced women to look away from the media and television standard of beauty and embrace ‘REAL’ beauty that comes in all shapes and sizes, all skin tones and all ethnicities. Dove’s primary target market are women, and through powerful and impactful advertising, the company has formed a deep connection with women and the way they perceive themselves, their appearance and their self-confidence....   [tags: AXE, Dove, marketing analysis] 1304 words
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Limited Brands Enteerprise - ... The first attempt of creating a settlement in early September of 2007 was declined due to other disputes that they encountered. A second mediation was established in order to resolve the identified disputes and discussed other court concerns. In 2008, the Class Action Fairness act required both parties to inform certain federal and state officials about the details of the settlement before proceeding to the next step. The settlement discussed the maximum amount that the defendant will potentially pay out $10 million dollars which includes a combination of gift cards valued at $67.50 and cash value with the same amount....   [tags: Victoria’s Secret, Pink, Bath Body Works] 1591 words
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Understanding Service Brands and Their Meaning For Consumers - 1. Background “The commercial importance of services has been realised in recent times and the importance of research to understand service brands and their meaning for consumers is a growing priority.” (O'Cass and Grace, 2004) It has been suggested by theoretical frameworks that an effective consumer-centred marketing activities and sustainable differentiation relies on the understanding of how consumers perceive and respond to brands (de Chernatony, 1993; Keller, 1993). This is even more important to service brand....   [tags: Research Results] 1543 words
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Brands R Us - ... Another reason is all fast food companies, such as; Wendy’s, Burger King, and McDonalds have toys from either the most popular kid’s television show or the latest movie coming out. And with over 5 different collectable toys and they want them all. For example, in 1995 when Burger King had the collectable Disney plastic cups and I wanted them all very badly but only got one. Jingles are another way that commercial can suck in kids to pay their product. For instance, the Kit Kat bars jingle “Gimme a break, Gimme a break, Break me off a piece o' that Kit Kat bar.” Any type of catchy jingle like that leaves you humming the tone, singing it, and leaves you to go out to get a Kit Kat....   [tags: comercials and advertising]
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Sport Manufacturing Brands - ... Each material can produce jersey with special characteristics. For 100% cotton, the jersey will have a good durability and utility as cotton is stable chemically. Besides that, cotton is inherently soft and hypoallergenic. Cotton is also durable and breathable which give the jersey its cooling properties. This is due to the fact that cotton soaks up moisture easily. After soaking up the body moisture, the moisture is allowed to evaporate onto the air. Therefore, cotton made jersey is comfortable to be worn due to this special feature....   [tags: world cup teams, adidas, pumas, nike] 727 words
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Top Refrigerator Brands in India 2013 - ... Some of the features of this brand include ice making, working without stabilizer and vitamin plus. The models come with new blossom patterns, freeze and cook box along with beauty and care box. 2. Samsung: Samsung is known for its superior cooling technology while storing food keeping it cool and fresh. The body of the models are attractively designed and well enhanced to give the body a sleek and beautiful look. The appliances have the capability to control higher voltage fluctuations between 135V and 290V....   [tags: technology, appliances, model] 622 words
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ConAgra's Food Brands Employee Policies - ... Their discovery is comparable to Herzberg’s Motivation-Hygiene Theory that states salary is a component that can cause dissatisfaction but it does not predict satisfaction (Harshman, 203/04/10). Federick Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory identifies jobs context as the source of job dissatisfaction and job content as the source of job satisfaction. Hygiene factors in the job context are sources of job dissatisfaction, and motivation factors in job content are sources of job satisfaction (Schermerhorn, Osborn, Uhl-Bien, Hunt, 2012, p.g 106)....   [tags: human resource management, strategies] 1580 words
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Battle Of Brands - Manufacturer Brand and Private Brand "To survive in such a competitive market place, companies must build brands in order to create a strong differentiation in the market, attract customers with a credible value proposition and to constantly engage customers in ways that would endear them to the brand and to the company" said Martin Roll, the brand guru. These words encompass the whole ethos behind investment in branding. Manufacturers with their financial prowess invest huge amount of money to make their brand name visible to the consumers against its competitors....   [tags: Business Branding] 1827 words
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Impact of Retail Brands in High Street of the United Kingdom - Introduction Background of the problem Retail brands flock the High Street in the United Kingdom that come from within the country and others are imported. Many brands from the American markets prevail in the High Streets due to the increased profit margin resulting from the trade. The American retail brands still increasingly move in despite the slowdown in the rate of customer spending in the country, for instance, in April 2011urban fitters in the United States indicated an increase in the number of stores in the United Kingdom High Streets....   [tags: Strategic Marketing]
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Disparity of Consumer’s Perception and Brands’ Sustainable Practices - Disparity of consumer’s perception and brands’ sustainable practices Keywords: Sustainable practices, Brands, Consumer perception, Mind mapping The recent 3 percent increase in sales of sustainable clothing suggests that consumers are highly concerned about sustainability and thus have altered their purchasing decisions toward greater sustainability (Goworek, Fisher, Cooper, Woodward & Hiller, 2012). In other words, sustainability has become a pivotal issue, as and companies are compelled to respond to it as a long term strategy both for the company companies and for society as a whole....   [tags: research, environment, social]
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Factors Influencing Consumer Behaviour towards Store Brands - ... Hence, the result in product categories had limitations. According to Zeithaml (1988), customer value is describe by less price, the advantages they get from the products, the quality they get for the money they pay and what they receive for what they give. Jin and Suh (2005) and Sweeney and Soutar (2001) defined customer value concept as the “quality ones get for the price one pays”. In this new era, consumers are likely buying store brand products to achieve high level of consumer satisfaction....   [tags: research, french market, targeting] 825 words
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Exploring Sponsorship Strategies for Sporting Goods Brands in China - Exploring Sponsorship Strategies for Sporting Goods Brands in China Introduction As is well known, nowadays sponsorship takes an increasingly important role in sport revenue. The situation is that, sporting goods brands, including Nike, Adidas and Puma, enjoy high returns by high-investigate sponsorship. “The attitude toward both sponsors is significantly influenced by sponsorship awareness, while the attitude toward the sponsor was the strongest predictor of purchase intentions” (Rui Biscaia, Abel Correia, and Antonio Fernando Rosado, 2013)....   [tags: sport industry revenue] 1783 words
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The Perception of Luxury Scooter Brands of Vietnamese Consumers - Brand is one of the most important resources, the real identity, and public image for an organization (Heding, Knudtzen, &Bjerre, 2009). A brand represents the unique features, characteristics, quality, and reliability of the product of a company. A good brand develops an idiosyncratic, ever-lasting, and distinctive perception of the product in the minds of the customers. Keeping in view the significance of a brand, an organization must manage it in the same way as the other important organizational resources; like human, financial, physical, etc....   [tags: brand, public image, scooter] 1821 words
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Real State and Property Management: What are FirstService Brands? - ... Their revenues for 2013 concluded at $2.34bil, up 12% from the previous year while their corporate costs jumped from $11.6mil to $17.3mil. This increase in costs was nearly entirely attributed to the recent heightening of their performance-based compensation plan conducted in attempts of giving their employees more incentive to continue to strive for the success of the corporation. FSRV can be broken down into their three platforms of services: Colliers International, FirstService Residential, and FirstService Brands....   [tags: residential communities, colliers] 704 words
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Cuban Cigars Brands and Companies - Cuban Cigars: Cigar Brands and Companies and Their Role in the Development of Exile Culture Political passions in the Cuban community run fervent and high. Cuban exiles were people that were forced to flee their homeland as a result of Fidel Castro seizing control of the government in 1959. Cubans greatly differ from other Hispanic groups in terms of why they migrated to the United States. Mexicans and Puerto Ricans came to the United States is search of greater economic opportunities. Cubans on the other hand were forced to leave Cuba due to their political beliefs and viewpoints....   [tags: Cuban Cigar Cuba] 835 words
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Latin America's Cold War by Hal Brands - ... In this book, the first to take an international viewpoint on the postwar periods in the area, Hal Brands sets out to clarify what precisely occurred in Latin America during the Cold War, and why it was so distressing. The trouble that I usually have with the Cold War it is a lot, in different countries, all around the world. What I enjoyed about this book was that it focused, for the most part only on Latin America which allowed me to, after I finished reading, solely focus on Latin America without having to think about the various countries alongside Latin America all at the same time Delineating the uncontrolled sequence of local businesses from the late 1940s decided the early 1990s,...   [tags: book analysis] 606 words
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Popular International Brands from The Hudson Bay Company - ... Such as, life insurance from Canada Life, health and dental insurance from Great West Life, travel insurance from SecuriGlobe, pet insurance from Western Financial Insurance and mortgages through North Mortgage Brokers. The Bay also has a credit card partnered with MasterCard that they offer to their customers. This card allows customers to receive points and rewards that they can use towards their purchases, with a low interest rate while building their credit. HBC is one of longest operating company in North America....   [tags: market, fur, canada] 551 words
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Why Dodge Is Better than Aother Leading Brands - Dodge was the best selling truck in 2009, so why not own a Dodge. Chevys aren't comfortable for the passengers in the vehicle. Fords aren't the best selling vehicles in 2009 because they didn't have as many good accessories or as much power as the Dodge does. The Dodge is the best selling truck in 2009 because they are comfortable and they provide excellent storage for tools or baggage; proving to be a great work truck. Dodge is a better choice than other leading brands because they are more dependable and have better appearance and power....   [tags: pick up trucks]
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Global Household Brands Case - Global Household Brands Case Executive Summary BMF consulting has evaluated the structure of Global Household Brands, in order to give recommendations for possible growth and stability for the future of the company. In this analysis, I have gathered information regarding financial statements, internal and external factors in Global Household Brands competitive structure, and strategic priorities in order for the company to grow in the household product industry. The analysis of the internal factors shows that Global Household Products have strong distribution throughout the industry and have a core competency for developing quality products....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy, case study] 1648 words
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Two Brands of Nihilism - Two Brands of Nihilism As philosopher and poet Nietzsche's work is not easily conformable to the traditional schools of thought within philosophy. However, an unmistakable concern with the role of religion and values penetrates much of his work. Contrary to the tradition before him, Nietzsche launches vicious diatribes against Christianity and the dualistic philosophies he finds essentially life denying. Despite his early tutelage under the influence of Schopenhauer's philosophy, Nietzsche later philosophy indicates a refusal to cast existence as embroiled in pessimism but, instead, as that which should be affirmed, even in the face of bad fortune....   [tags: Nietzsche Nihilism Philosophy Essays] 1528 words
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Cult Brands - Cult Brands Maslow's postulated that we humans have an ascending order of needs and used a hierarchal pyramid to prioritize them. At the bottom levels of the pyramid are our physiological needs, which include basic things like food, shelter, and clothing that we all need to survive. At progressively higher levels in Maslow's Hierarchy are the needs for safety and security, social interaction, and self-esteem. At the very top is self-actualization, a term Maslow coined to describe the ultimate human need to learn, grow, and reach one's full potential as a person....   [tags: Business Marketing] 841 words
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Needham’s Model of Politicial Brands as applied to Modern Day Britain - “This general election campaign was one the most hard-fought in post-war history, even though its results seem eerily inconclusive”, this quote was selected from the Telegraph newspaper which commented on 2010 election in Britain. After the monthly campaign among three main parties, the new Prime Minister David Cameron with the deputy PM Nick Clegg formed the coalition government whilst the former Prime Minister Gordon Brown with labour party would be the biggest loser compared with other two leaders....   [tags: David Cameron, Nick Clegg, election]
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Brands r US by Stephen Garey: The Negative Effects of Advertisement - ... While entering the store, I had already anticipated buying a Samsung television. This was simply because I had seen their advertisement several times. Their moderate prices and warranty explained in the advertisement aided my choice. Another reason why advertising attracts customers is that some advertisers use catchy tunes that remain in one’s head long after the advertisement is done. This music comes to mind when one is thinking about the type of product they offer. For example, the phrase “I’am loving it” is a way McDonalds use to attract customers....   [tags: attracting customers, improving sales] 640 words
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Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) - Kentucky Fried Chicken was founded in 1952 by Colonel Harland Sanders and is currently headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky under Yum. Brands, Inc. (“About KFC,” 2014). KFC has since grown to be a global company with over 37,000 restaurants in more than 120 countries around the world (“About KFC,” 2014). I chose to research KFC because I noticed vast differences in KFC’s presentation and reception in America versus its reception in Asia. While there are different marketing strategies for various countries, the main differences in perceptions of KFC are the ways local factors influence the reception of KFC....   [tags: yumb brands]
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Social Media Market and Its Effects on Consumers - In the world today brands are looking to connect with consumers more intimately then ever before by levarging disruptive technology to influence consumer behavior. One such technology that has been growing in popularity in the last 5-years is social media. Many brands are trying to utilize social media to influence the consumer buying process and stir emotions that affect buying behavior. Unfortunately many brands don’t understand that consumers use social media for certain purposes and because of that, they have not been able to build effective strategies to engage customers....   [tags: brands, consumer behavior] 1022 words
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Portfolio Overview of Unilever and P&G - ... To summarize, by harmonizing their brand portfolio internationally, Unilever and P&G were aiming to maximize their profit through improved operational efficiency due to a smaller number of brands and SCUs. In addition, they expected that a leaner portfolio of global brands would generate bigger orders from larger retailers. 2. Is it a strategic necessity for Henkel to follow suit – are they in the same situation as their competitors. International consolidation for Henkel, just like their competitors, was to reduce the complexity of the product portfolio, which had experienced continued growth due to product innovations and international expansion....   [tags: Brands, Company, Costs] 860 words
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The Mental Enslavement of Today's Society - When you hear the word enslaved what do you think of. Usually we associate the word enslaved with slaves from the 1800’s. We never really think of ourselves as slaves. Now sure, we may not be physically enslaved but we are enslaved mentally. We have become slaves to brands but we rarely ever notice it because consumerism is so prominent in today’s society. Consumerism is the theory that an increasing consumption of goods is economically desirable. Consumerism has corrupted today’s society. We’ve become so attached to brands and products that if we don’t have the thing we want, we get upset....   [tags: consumerism, brands, business] 531 words
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Positive Trends in Emerging Markets for Luxury Goods - Opportunities: Large Market for luxury goods and positive trends in emerging markets Trends that control the global luxury goods market are globalization, consolidation, and diversification (Tavoulari 1). Globalization is a result of the increased availability of these goods, additional luxury brands, and an increase in tourism. Consolidation involves the growth of big companies and ownership of brands across many divisions of luxury products. LVMH is one example, demonstrating to be one of the top luxury companies that dominate the market in segments ranging from luxury drinks to fashion and cosmetics....   [tags: brands, sales, pricing] 1886 words
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Understanding Consumer Buying Behaviour in Apparel Sectora in Delhi/NCR - 1.1 Purpose of the study The sheer idea of doing my project on “To understand the consumer buying behaviour and preferences in apparel sector in Delhi/NCR” is to gain an insight on understanding consumer expectations and primary benefits that consumer associates with branded and unbranded apparel .The main purpose of this primary research is to help in determining the purchase behaviour connected with apparels and to know the perception of consumers to newest types of promotional trends. 1.2 Introduction The Indian Apparel Industry has an overwhelming presence in the economy of the country....   [tags: perception, brands, retail] 3285 words
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Designer Apparel Market in Australia - ... Furthermore, at first even though Australia picked up the e-commerce trend gradually, now they have fully incorporated online retailing, which has led to more spending on luxury brands. E-tailers such as ASOS have set up local distribution centres to meet the growing demand. Lastly, in 2013 the current value growth of 5% was marginally higher then the review period current value of 4%. This is mainly because the demand for luxury goods increased. Overall, the luxury apparel market has quite a few trends in Australia and this is primarily due to the fact that the size of the market is growing....   [tags: marketing, brands, companies] 1191 words
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Kraft Foods: The Coffe Pod Launch, Case Topic - ... One was delivering the product to warehouses. Warehouse distribution would be the easiest method, because Kraft would not be liable for stocking the products, refilling shelf space, maintaining inventories, or maintaining displays. The down side was for all this to be done by the retailer, Kraft would be paying in excess of $200,000 for national listing fees. The second option would be direct-to-store-delivery or DSD. This system would make Kraft responsible for delivering merchandise to individual stores, holding inventories, and restocking shelves....   [tags: Nabob and Maxwell House brands]
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A Study on Retailing in Malaysia - ... This gives consumers choice to make the right purchasing decisions even if the price of each brand is different for the same product. For example, in traditional retail stores selling brand of chocolate malt flavored drink such as Milo, Vico, Ovaltine and Cadbury. These products also have a variety of sizes to meet consumer wants. However, preferred brands available in grocery stores are limited compared to the options available in the giant retail stores. In order to help the low-income consumers in urban area, Malaysia government has introduced Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M) for them....   [tags: urban and suburban areas, brands] 816 words
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Using Semiotics for Branding - In today’s world an individual is bombarded with brands from companies all around the world. These companies start with an idea and most of those ideas develop into a brand. Brands rely on the use of semiotics, “the science of signs” (Ryan and Conover 25), to relate to consumers or interpreters. They also relay on the connotation and denotation of the signs as well as the colors being used. When it comes to the entire package of a marketing plan and branding a company or product, graphic designers need to look at how to create the brand from a visually and culturally pleasing aspect....   [tags: Companies, Brands, Semiotics]
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The Impact Coca-Cola wants to See by Creating a Change in the World - Coca-Cola’s mission statement, social, and ethical goals are helpful expressing the overall purpose of the company, and how its decisions and actions are taken. Coca-Cola’s main mission statement is to “refresh the world, inspire moments of optimism and happiness, create value, and make a difference” (Coca-Cola). Coca-Cola wants to see an impact from what it does by creating change in the world. While Coca-Cola’s mission statement covers its basic goals, it also has a vision for the company. The specific components affected by the vision are the people, portfolio, partners, planet, profit, and productivity....   [tags: beverage brands, coca cola missions and values]
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Some Notes On Branding - I. INTRODUCTION • Branding is a plan for earning product reputation and for making sure that the world knows about it and believes in it too. • “Branding is the process by which companies distinguish their product offerings from the competition. Brands are created by creating a distinctive name, packaging and design.” (Egan & Thomas, 1998) • 1st Brand name= Bass [beer], because British were the 1st with trademark registration. • Customers (particularly consumers) view a brand as an important part of a product and branding can add value to a product....   [tags: Business Marketing Brands] 1611 words
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The Dark Side of Disney - When you first meet someone, what are the first things that you notice. Sex. Race. Or maybe the brands of clothing that indicate social status. Human beings as a society judge and categorize others, labeling those who stray from social norm as weird or strange. Who are we to make these judgments and where did these ideas of right and wrong come from. The Walt Disney Company plays an important role in depicting who and what people should and shouldn’t be. Every aspect of Disney, including movies, TV shows, and products, are supported by most of the world for entertainment and seemingly honest messages of innocence and magic....   [tags: Social Status, Clothing Brands, Race, Sex]
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How to Sustain Customer Loyalty towards Brands - The cut throat competitive era has put every company on its guard. They are well aware of the fact that customers tend to be very disloyal. The focus on the customer retention and loyalty has been increased because companies are realizing the dire importance of customer loyalty and they are focusing more in retaining the customers (Hill & Alexander, 1996). According to Kumar and Shah (2004) the brand loyalty is one of the most widely studied marketing concepts by the researchers and it is also the most implemented marketing initiative by practitioners....   [tags: Business, Marketing]
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Analysis of Eric Schlosser´s Food Product Design - The processed food we eat has many chemical additives that mislead our scenes, which are actually mascaraing the manufacturing process of the food industry. Eric Schlosser does an excellent job proving this fact in his report “Food Product Design”. His arguments point out that fast food industries main goal is to entice you with a brand of flavor that you eventually will be addicted to. Subsequently over the last fifty years the flavor industry has manipulated the population into spending 90 percent of the money that they spend on groceries, to ensure they are buying branded processed food....   [tags: processed, food, additives, brands ] 618 words
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Industrial Analysis of the Notebook Industry - ... Competitors have also started focusing more on the tablet market which is resulted in Lenovo and Acer trying wrest control from the already existing market leaders who are Samsung, Microsoft and apple, which also tempted dell and hp to consider moving into tablet market. These factors have all served to deal blow to the laptop market in Dubai which has caused laptop sales to decline by 13% in year 2013. Despite the change in technological factors, Lenovo has seized the opportunity to become the market leader during q4 of 2013 by the successful implementation of pc plus strategy which entails protecting its core pc business by utilizing its strengths which is its ability continuously inno...   [tags: Laptops, Advantages, Brands] 1575 words
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Company Overviews of Nike and Reebok - Company Overviews of Nike and Reebok In 1964 in Oregon, Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman join together to make a new enterprise; each contributed about $500 to the partnership. The company started bringing low priced and high tech athletic shoes from Japan to replace the German domination of athletic shoes in the industry. In 1971, a graphic design student created the Swoosh trademark for a $35 fee. In the same year Jeff Johnson, Blue Ribbon Sports’ first employee, made his most durable contribution to the company in coming up with a new name, Nike, after the Greek goddess of victory....   [tags: Shoe Brands Retail Consumerism Essays] 3978 words
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