16 November 2016
Case Study: LEGO
1. Do you think LEGO should try to compete with more technologically-advanced toys?
Why or why not?
I think that LEGO should try and compete with more technologically advanced toys. The re
November 7, 2016
Case Study - Persuaders
What does the phrase Madison & Vine mean to promotional strategy?
Madison & Vine means a term that has come to represent the merging of advertising and
entertainment in an effort to break thro
26 October 2016
Case Study 5 Snap-on Tools
1. What are the four key components of the Snap-on marketing strategy?
There are four key components of the Snap-on marketing strategy. The first one is
selling strategy. Snap-on
Case Study 4
Case Study 4: Red Bull
1. What specific direct and indirect competitors can you name for Red Bull?
Monster, Rockstar, NOS, and 5 Hour Energy are direct competitors for Red Bull.
These brands focus on developin
Case Study - Sears
1. What is meant by the Life magazine syndrome?
Life magazine syndrome is the fall of the generalist and the added value of the
specialist. Specialists are more favored so when your company sp
Case Study #3: Converse
1. How would you define the needs, wants, and demands of the Converse
Consumers want stylish shoes, so they demand that they be affordable. In this
case Converse customers need shoes to prote
Starbucks vs. Dunkin Donuts
1. Describe the targeted segment(s) of each Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts.
The targeted segments for Starbucks are going to be consumers that live in cities or upscale suburban
areas. Also they target consumers that are men or wo
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING (MKT333)
Case Study #3
The first In-N-Out Burger restaurant opened in 1948 in Baldwin Park in Southern California. It was the
nation's first drive-through hamburger stand. The original menu offered a simple burger