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    Success of Coke

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    500 product range. Coca-Cola led the first parts of early advertising endorsement, and as early as 1886 the company began promoting its product. From there it began the revolution of product advertisement that is now evident in every part of life. Coke is seen as one of the founding fathers for the present marketing competition that now infests modern living. It was an early pioneer of the styles used to capture an audience, and has continued its developments into product advertising. It was one

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    Coke Business Study

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    Coca-Cola Classic, Diet Coke ( sold as Coke light in foreign markets), Cherry Coke, diet Cherry Coke, Fanta, Sprite, diet Sprite, Barq's, Mr. PIBB, Mello Yello, Tab, Fresca, Power Aide, Minute Maid, Fruitopia and other products developed for specific markets, including Georgia ready to drink coffees. The Foods division is the world's largest maker and distributor ofjuice and juice-drink products. Brands include Minute Maid, Five Alive, Bright & Early, Hi-C And Bacardi. History Coke was invented in

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    Coke Zero

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    has launched a new low calories cola flavor which is called Diet Coke but unfortunately at that time Thai consumers were not ready and a health conscious trend was not popular therefore Diet coke was not success at that time. Year 2002, Thai Namthip re-launched its diet coke again in the market but has changed the name to be “Coke Light” as the company faced a problem from some of male teenager consumers would like to try this Diet coke but they refused to do so as they were afraid of the word “diet”

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    Coke: Behind the Image

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    Coke: Behind the Image Almost everywhere I go, I see advertisements for “The Real Thing.” Even during my trip to Mozambique, a country stricken with poverty where the people rarely speak English, native children knew how to ask for their favorite drink, available just down the road at the street vendor‘s hut. Created in 1885 by pharmacist John Pemberton, Coca-Cola has evolved from a tonic peddled by traveling salesmen to cure headaches and hangovers, to one of the most recognized and most

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    A COKE MACHINE! Want to dazzle your friends with your technical powers while checking out the profitability of a vending machine route? Read on. Most Coke machines built since the late 1990s can be hacked with a simple access code. Once you enter the code, you can find out all kinds of information about the machine's sales. Steps Find a machine that has an LED screen. The small screen will typically scroll a message such as "Ice Cold Cokes". If the machine's LED display simply displays the

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    Why Diet Coke is Worse Than Coke

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    get a coke or stick with my diet and get a diet coke”; well if you actually look at the ingredients you would see that diet is not the way to go. Contrary to popular belief, the alternative drink is not really helpful for your diet after many years of research have shown. Although you would be saving calories, the drink does not provide any nutritional value whatsoever. Coke is now preferred over diet because it causes weight gain, deadly diseases, and many health problems. Of course all coke, Pepsi’s

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    Coke vs Pepsi Fighting for Foreign Markets

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    Coke vs Pepsi Fighting for Foreign Markets Introduction The soft-drink battleground has now turned toward new overseas markets. While once the United States, Australia, Japan, and Western Europe were the dominant soft-drink markets, the growth has slowed down dramatically, but they are still important markets for Coca-Cola and Pepsi. However, Eastern Europe, Mexico, China, Saudi Arabia, and India have become the new "hot spots." Both Coca-Cola and Pepsi are forming joint bottling ventures

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    The American Dream: A Can of Coke and a Lexus Following the crowd in 2001 is the American way. Our lives have been infected with directions on who, how, and what we should be and do. Every day our televisions blare out talk shows, sitcoms, and soap operas to stagnate our minds. Our radios scream obscenities and false hopes with a beat that permeates our thoughts. Magazines, newspapers, billboards, televisions, and radios continually tell us what we need and want. Fashion dictates the way

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    The Cola Wars: Pepsi vs Coke

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    The Cola Wars: Pepsi vs Coke PepsiCo. Incorporated and The Coca-Cola Company are the two largest and oldest archrivals in the carbonated soft drink (CSD) industry. Coca-Cola was invented and first marketed in 1886, followed by Pepsi Cola in 1898. Coca-Cola was named after the coca leaves and kola nuts John Pemberton used to make it, and Pepsi Cola after the beneficial effects its creator, Caleb Bradham, claimed it had on dyspepsia. The rivalry between the soda giants, also known as the "Cola Wars"

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    Coke Case Study

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    Coca-Cola and BP Cause Coca-Cola In June 1999 children at six schools in Belgium complained of headache, nausea, vomiting and shivering after drinking Coca-Cola 's beverages, leading to their hospitalization. Most of them reported an unusual smell and taste in the drink. The Belgian Health Ministry ordered for all Coca-Cola products to be banned from the market. Several other European countries followed suit. The entire incident left more than 240 children sick (Coca-Cola 's Belgian Crisis, 2004)

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