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3. high barriers to entry4. Proprietary graduate in fashion business and high creative ability.5. Limited competition in the NSW area6. Gross margin too high7. Highly visible website and supported investments in social media and marketing.8. Open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week and our excellent customer service culture will definitely count as a strong force for the store.Weakness:1. Competitors copying2. Limited start-up cost3. High cost of transportation outside NSW4. Limited flexibility in pricing5. There is not much advertising coverage.6. size unavailability and stock balanceOpportunities:1. Continued expansion for online sales in Australia and worldwide.2. Development of out-of-state physical stores3. Acquisition of additional rounds of capital4. Sponsorship relationships with trademarks that follow similar principles5. Development of exclusive products6. Development of wholesale distribution networksThreats:1. Changes in laws and regulations2. Competition appropriating ideasBSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications Assessment 1 MarketingV2, Last updated on 10/06/2019
BSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications3. Problems on the website4. Economic downturn5. Increase in price inputs may cause upward prices6. Climate change in QLD, where suppliers plant cottonBSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications Assessment 1 MarketingV2, Last updated on 10/06/2019
BSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communicationsBSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications Assessment 1 MarketingV2, Last updated on 10/06/2019
BSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communicationsE-MARKETING SCHEDULEYour e-Marketing schedule should include a timeline or Gantt chart to explain the activities of your plan to be completed within a specific timeframe (e.g. 10 weeks). Put a X sign in the specific grid(s) that relates to your activity.e-Marketing ActivitiesWeek1Week2Week3Week4Week5Week6Week7Week8Week9Week10Creating the company's websiteXXXOptimize your website clothes for search enginesXMarket ResearchXDefine target marketXCreation and maintenance of social mediaXOptimization of photos and product informationXTrade Show MarketingXWholesale MarketingXTHE E-MARKETING STRATEGIES & ACTION PLANThe Strategies and Action Plan section should address the electronic marketing strategies of your product or service based on the 4Ps. Also address how each of the following strategies will comply with the Australian e-Marketing Code of Practice.Product strategies: The product must meet the following requirements:1. Unique design and print developed by Culture2. High quality products at competitive price3. Must be of the highest quality in its segment4. Wide range of sizesBSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications Assessment 1 MarketingV2, Last updated on 10/06/2019
BSBMKG510 Plan e-marketing communications5. Use of cotton material6. Customers should order and forward their friendsPrice Strategies:The strategy is to use competitive prices and ganahr in quantity of sales and not per unit. Until the brand consolidates in the market it must have an affordable price, so that it is seen. In the first three