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The third section explores the challenges Nike faces in the future. This paper closes by reviewing Nike’s current areas of concern and future challenges and the opportunities for further consideration. Introduction Nike’s story is one of reclamation, providing the prototype of a multinational company achieving industry leadership as a socially responsible corporation while recovering from extensive ethical and strategic oversights. Initially, Nike failed to address their responsibility in the widespread contract site manufacturing problems. Only later did Nike take these issues seriously, largely due to negative media attention and consumer demands.
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No matter what the price is set to be. As stated earlier in the paper there are far more Nike commercials than Adidas commercials. Advertising is a key factor when a business wants to make sales. Television commercials are the best forms of advertisement in today’s society. Nike advertising uses the emotional branding technique because it powerful; so powerful that it inspires customer loyalty from people all over the world.
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To this initial popularity, of course, one can attribute the barrage of similar advertisements that plague today’s televisions. The campaign was very popular and very effective with adult consumers of all ages according to Ad Track, USA TO... ... middle of paper ... ... Marketer of the Year. The publisher of Fashion Network Report observed that "they made their name into a brand. They are one of the few retailers that has that luxury."
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