Projected outcomes on Return of Investment The projects outcomes on returns of

Projected outcomes on return of investment the

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Projected outcomes on Return of Investment : The projects outcomes on returns of investments (ROI) is going to depends on upon several factors before the profit begins to start, for example: number of followers, customers interacting and replying regarding our service, time spends navigating on our website and number of purchases per hour. Marketing, Assessment No.1 Page 11 v1.1, Last updated on 23/07/2019 by MM
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T-1.8.1 SITUATION ANALYSIS The situation analysis needs to set the context for the plan. It should include an analysis of the micro (internal) and macro (external) environment. Address each of the following: Digital specific SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) or PESTLE analysis Summary of the key issues that have emerged Where possible use qualitative and quantitative data to support your analysis Use images, charts and graphs to illustrate your findings SWOT Strengths : - new products for disable people, different than everything else that it has had on the online market. - new tab on the website, which provides more flexibility to customize clothes, especially if you have some especial requirements. - It is already a very known online store, as we are in many countries around the World. Weaknesses : - As it is the first time selling adapting clothes, so the lack of full knowledge in this new market is going to be challenge. - Managing two different and new products/services (tab and adapting clothes) - Not much time left to the summer time Opportunities: - new online market - not many competition - our online store is already very known by online customers. Threats: - different regulations for each country. - Cost of the goods (new adapting clothes) - cost of maintenance of website, especially for that new tab. Key Issues - local regulations for adapting clothes - managing two different and new products/services - cost of the maintenance of website with the new tool Marketing, Assessment No.1 Page 12 v1.1, Last updated on 23/07/2019 by MM
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T-1.8.1 Marketing, Assessment No.1 Page 13 v1.1, Last updated on 23/07/2019 by MM
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T-1.8.1 E-MARKETING SCHEDULE Your 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. You may wish to use this template or develop a Gantt chart/schedule using a separate template. e-Marketing Activities Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Hire new couturier, able to customize adapting clothes X Hire 2 new IT analysts X Buy new Tools for the website, according to IT members requirements X Buy raw material for customization x Planning the new “tab” appearance x Hire employee able to analyse all the regulations in all countries that we are going to work in x Marketing campaign x x x x x x x X Market research X Trials x x x Marketing, Assessment No.1 Page 14 v1.1, Last updated on 23/07/2019 by MM
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T-1.8.1 THE E-MARKETING STRATEGIES & ACTION PLAN
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