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    crumble of Sunbeam Corporation, a company that specializes in making household and outdoor goods, laid basically in the personality of Al Dunlap and his style of management, where he was autocratic and the structure was too top-down. When organizational structure is so top-down that information and advice only flow downwards and employees’ suggestions are ignored, problems are bound to occur sooner or later. After his one-man show, conducing chaos and disorder, the board of Sunbeam could no longer

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    by Sunbeams' board of directors to help the company from a period of lagging sales and profits and make it an attractive acquisition target. Dunlap used cost-cutting style method and had a reputation for results that immediately the price of Sunbeam stock price increased by 60 percent. How things begin? In 1997, Dunlap fired thousands of employees, shut down factories and warehouses, and streamlined the company by eliminating products and selling businesses unrelated to its core products. He

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    Consultants Inc. (ICI) began an analysis of the feasibility of expanding the sales of American Training Incorporated (ATI) products into international markets. Mexico and Canada appeared to be the logical initial markets; however, the study showed that other Latin American country should also be considered further The marketing team determined strategies and media for advertising the products in each of the prospective countries, as well as locations of sales. The team also made a thorough study of workforce

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    Why Demographic based marketing is out and Intent based Marketing is in Demographic based marketing has ruled the roost for many years. Companies have traditionally marketed products and services towards certain groups of people based on age, gender, and so forth. However, according to the recently released Communication Trends Report from Hotwire PR, 2016 will be the year that successful companies start to change their approach and focus more heavily on the values, passions, and motivations of

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    which was expanding at a rate of 17% per year. "Showrooming" is when shoppers enter the physical stores to view the features of the products in which they want to buy and they would leave the store and purchase the products online for lower prices. This consumer behavior poses a great threat on the brick and mortar retailer stores by creating an alternative to buying products for much lower prices which impacts a number of sales the retail stores are making. Another factor that contributed to the concept

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    various products. 3. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a new tech innovation. These are tags attached to an in-store product to transmit data about that item to nearby devices. RFID tags on apparels allow 'virtual reality’ mirrors to display virtual images of the garments look on the customers. The customer can then share these images with friends over social media sites to get their feedback and buy according to his/her

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    used in marketing a new or changed product or service, or in using new marketing channels and methods” (Entrepreneur, 2016). In order for a business to be successful and grow, business owners have to think of ways to brand their business by marketing, advertising and promoting their products and services effectively (Entrepreneur, 2015). Branding is very important for businesses. For a business to grow and sell their products and services they have brand their product and services and make it known to

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    To The Products They Sell? How do Dixons and Tandy add value to the products that they sell, and, in doing so, what benefits are passed on to the consumer? Do high street consumer electronics stores offer better value for money than their mail-order counterparts? The raw price figures show that, obviously, the high street stores cost more than the mail-order stores, but are the benefits that the high street stores bring worth the extra price? I took the prices of five types of products, a large

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    The retail industry is a division that consists of individuals and companies that are involved in the selling of finished products to consumers. When it comes to the customers associated with the retail industry, there are five different categories in which they can be put into. These categories include; loyal, discount, impulse, need-based, and wandering customers. Loyal customers represent up to 20 percent of the customer base while making no more than 50 percent of sales. The discount customers

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    human being. That’s automation of manufacturing. In manufacturing industry there are manufacturing engineers who generally decide, plan and execute manufacturing process for product being produced. While in initial stage the process of manufacturing engineering plays vital role in decision making about ‘How’ the products will be produced efficiently, fast, error free and of highest standard. Many aspects needs to be considered while deciding the method of manufacturing. Generally there are t.

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