Fair and Lovely Case Study

Fair and Lovely - Fair and Lovely Case Study Kasra Saidi International Marketing MKTG-3450 002 Due September 15th Fair and Lovely used cultural

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Fair and Lovely used cultural congruence (120) in there marketing campaign. This strategy “involves marketing products similar to ones already on the market in a manner as congruent as possible with resisting cultural norms, thereby minimizing resistance”. In India the idea that fair skin means a person is of upper class has been around for thousands of years, “Even the gods supposedly lament their dark complexion…more than 3,500 years ago, Charaka, the famous sage, wrote about herbs that ould help make the skin fair.” Fair and lovely aligned its marketing appeal to these values, in several commercials they portrayed darker women as inferior both visually and economically Today technology has taken this idea to another level, an Iphone app lets you compare what your face would look like if it was lighter (1). One T.V. advertisement featured a father and daughter, the father exclaimed that he should have had a son so he
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2010 for the course MKTG 3450 taught by Professor Steveengel during the Fall '10 term at Colorado.

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Fair and Lovely - Fair and Lovely Case Study Kasra Saidi International Marketing MKTG-3450 002 Due September 15th Fair and Lovely used cultural

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