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    Volvo As The Company Car

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    Volvo As the Company Car The moment I mentioned the Volvo automobile prior to the meeting with the sales rep, my boss was adamant that the car was not acceptable because his brother in law had had a bad experience in his purchase of one. My boss has based his decision on representativeness and availability heuristics. The most dominant of the heuristics present is representativeness. Representativeness occurs when someone relates a present event to a similar event in our human database or memory

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    Advertising in the Automotive Industry

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    luxury vehicles, and to show mothers driving their kids in a minivan. There is one simple reason that the automotive media has remained unadulterated by political correctness—money. As a private industry, both car manufacturers and aftermarket companies have one goal, to sell cars and car related products, and to make money while doing so. As such, these companies use marketing techniques that will most effective reach their target market, which is the true populace, not the world envisioned by political

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    Case Study 1

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    Volvo has prided itself on its safety standard and adding features to cars before other in the industry such as anti- lock brakes, collapsible steering columns, front and rear crumple zones, energy-absorbing bumpers, side-impact protection systems, and three-point seatbelts. (Teradatamagazine.com, 2010) They have managed this by collecting extensive amount of data from the onboard computers in the vehicles. To do this Volvo had to find a way to integrate all its data from diagnostic readout, design

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    company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group’s acquisition of Volvo Car Corporation for USD 1.8 billion (NYDailyNews, 2010). Geely is known as a low cost car maker and the acquisition of Volvo will allow them access to Volvo’s vast experience, acquire advanced technology and managerial know-how, brand image and distribution network. In fact, through acquisition it will help Geely to compete better with other automaker globally and it will allow Volvo to succeed in China automotive market and start making

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    How Geely Waited for Volvo

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    How Geely Waited for Volvo 1)For what reasons did Geely want to buy Volvo? For a very long period of time, Volvo, a famous carmaker, has not been the moneymaker, constantly declining in sales while under Ford leadership. The Swedish origin company lost more than $2.6 billion in just two years (Welch D., March 29, 2010), before it was acquired by Zhejiang Geely Automotive Group (in further text, Geely), a Chinese based enterprise mostly focused on motorcycles, engines, transmissions and

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    Automobile Safety

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    2004, <http://www.invent.org/hall%5Fof%5Ffame/179.html>. [back to text] 5. Technical Recruitment, 2004, Volvo, 28 Feb. 2004, <http://www.volvocars.us/_Tier3/AboutUs/Technical+Recruitment/>. [back to text] 6. Volvo Safety Center, 2004, Volvo, 28 Feb. 2004, <http://www.volvocars.us/_Tier2/WhyVolvo/Safety/SafetyCentre.htm>. [back to text] 7. Volvo Saved My Life, 2004, Volvo, 28 Feb. 2004, <http://www.volvocars.us/_Tier2/WhyVolvo/Safety/VolvoSavedMyLife.htm>. [back to text] 8. Autoliv

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    Ford Competition

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    be members of the "Big Three" and coincidently, are not adapting to changes in the auto industry as quickly as other competitors. These other companies are General Motors (GM) and Daimler Chrysler. We will also look at the general group of foreign car manufacturers who are steadily acquiring market share from the Big Three. The first major risk for the auto industry in general is that of global warming and a growing concern for environmental issues among consumers. This is a risk that is spread

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    are similar to other cars produced by competitors. The challenging price environment puts pressure on Ford to increase value to customers while trying to dramatically reduce costs to achieve the similar pricing of competitors. Ford must be able to reasonably price vehicles so that customers still feel as if they are getting the best car for their money. Competitive pricing is a threat to Ford because it must increasingly rely on customer perceived value to differentiate its car quality from its competitors

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    ford motor company

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    FORD and e-STEEL Enter Into Multi-Year e-Commerce Agreement Automotive Leader to Use Leading Online Steel Exchange to e-Enable Major Web-based, Global Value Chain Purchasing Initiative Dearborn, Mich., and New York, NY — Business Wire — May 17, 2000 — Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), and e-STEEL Corporation, the leading negotiation-based e-Commerce exchange for the global steel industry, today announced an initiative to e-enable complex procurement programs with the automaker's global Tier 1 suppliers

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    Auto Competition

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    late 1960's (General Motors website). Nader's continued crusading into the 1970's made GM realize that it had to be proactive in the safety movement. The result of the movement was designing an airbag in 1973. Volvo had already introduced the airbag in 1972 on its 240/260 series (Volvo History). Companies, realizing that Nader was not going to be disappearing anytime, soon decided to look for suppliers that were safety conscious. Automotive manufacturers began buying safety glass, which reduced

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