Moderate mini cases mini case 12 1 fugazi is a punk

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(moderate) Mini-Cases Mini-Case 12-1 Fugazi is a punk band from Washington, D.C. The leader, Ian, insists that the band not focus on the commercial aspects of making music, so the band typically charges less than $10 for a live show, they sell no T-shirts or other Fugazi gear, and they will only play in all-ages venues. To increase creative and financial control, Ian and other members of the band package and sell their self-produced CDs that they sell for $10 online. 76. Refer to Mini-Case 12-1. Every time Fugazi tours, they are able to pick up more ideas about how to minimize the costs of going on tour, in order to make a fair and increasing
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return for their efforts. This is an example of __________. a. total costs falling b. activity-based accounting c. target costing d. the learning curve (moderate) e. consideration of customers’ demand schedules 77. Refer to Mini-Case 12-1. When it comes to pricing their music, Fugazi uses the __________ method. a. value (moderate) b. going-rate c. markup d. skimming e. target-return 78. Refer to Mini-Case 12-1. The underlying objective or philosophy used by Fugazi in setting their prices is probably __________. a. survival—in this case, keeping the band “alive” b. maximum current profit—using the strict definition in the book c. maximum market share—in this case, getting as many people to listen to the band as possible (moderate) d. market skimming—using the strict definition in the book e. product-quality leadership—the logic being that offering the best music possible will cost more than providing average-quality music
Chapter 13 – Designing and Managing Integrated Marketing Channels True/False Questions 1. Marketing channels are sets of interdependent organizations involved in the process of making a product or service available for use or consumption. True (easy) 2. The term supply chain suggests a “sense-and respond” view of the market. False (moderate) 3. Consumer payments flow backward in a channel. True (moderate) 4. Forward channels refer to situations where one channel level acquires a level forward in the channel, such as Texaco owning its service stations. False (moderate) 5. A two-level channel consists of a manufacturer selling directly to the final customer through Internet selling, door-to-door sales, home parties, mail order, telemarketing, TV selling, and manufacturer-owned stores. False (moderate) 6. Backward or reverse-flow channels recycle trash and old or obsolete products no longer used by customers. True (easy) 7. A zero-level channel involves the producer selling to the retailer. This is the baseline of channels. False (moderate) 8. The first step in designing a marketing channel is analyzing consumer needs for service outputs. True (moderate) 9. The service output that refers to the degree to which the marketing channel makes it easy for customers to purchase the product is called spatial convenience. True (moderate) 10. Agent intermediaries, such as brokers, manufacturer’s reps, and sales agents, seek out customers and negotiate on the producer’s behalf, but do not take title to the goods they

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