WESCO Distribution, Inc.
In June 1997, Jim Piraino, VP of marketing for WESCO Distribution, Inc., is preparing for a yearly review
meeting with WESCO CEO Roy Haley. Haley wants the firm to reach annual growth goals of 6% to
Product Portfolio Analysis
The strengths and weaknesses of a company determine its internal
capabilities to compete in a market and fulfil customer expectations. One of
the tools to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a company is a Product
Titan Industries is the world's fifth largest wrist watch manufacturer and India's leading producer of
watches under the Titan, Fastrack, Sonata, Nebula, RAGA, Regalia, Octane & Xylys brand names. It is
a joint venture between the Tata Group, and the Tami
How Nestl used Nostalgia as a Strategy
in Maggis Comeback Ads
As per a report published by World Instant Noodles Association,
in 2015 India was the fourth biggest consumer of instant noodles
after China, Indonesia and Japan. The food conglomerate
KIRLOSKAR INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED AMNAGEMENT STUDIES
A Report on
Godrej Consumer Products
Todays organizations need to be market oriented to strive and
generate superior performance and competitive advantage in the
modern turbulent marketplace. Top managers strive to improve their
organizational effectiveness through executi
What is Segmentation?
Segmentation refers to a process of bifurcating or dividing a large unit into various small units which
have more or less similar or related characteristics.
Market segmentation is a marketing concept which divid
Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has launched a new and
expanded range of Ayurvedic personal care products under
the Lever Ayush brand name to take on Baba Ramdevs
Patanjali, the surprise successful challenger of the
multinational company's market dominan
Who is a Consumer?
Any individual who purchases goods and services from the market for his/her
end-use is called a consumer.
In simpler words a consumer is one who consumes goods and services
available in the market.
Example - Tom might
Transaction Processing Systems
-Information Processing and
of Transaction Processing Systems
1.2.1Properties of a TPS
Behavioral Change Models
Public health is a multi-disciplinary field that aims to 1) prevent disease and death, 2)
promote a better quality of life, and 3) create environmental conditions in which people can
be healthy by intervening at the i
For example, many people will avoid foods that they consumed shortly before
becoming ill. Learning is not all knowledge based. For example, we may
experience the sales people in one store being nicer to us than those in the
other. We thus may dev
Demand Forecasting in
One of the crucial aspects in which managerial economics differs
from pure economic theory lies in the treatment of risk and
uncertainty. Traditional economic theory assumes a risk-free world
of certainty; but th
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Chapter 2 Summary | A2
The most important step in a market research project is defining the problem which will be
solved by the findings of the research. It should involve a broad statement of the general
problem and some specific components to aid an eff
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Chapter 1 Summary | Group A2
Definition of Market Research according to American Marketing Association is that Marketing
Research is a function that links the customer, customer to public to the marketer through
information used to identify and define mar
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MK 101- Pricing Strategies
MK101-Pricing Objectives and
1. Major Problems in Pricing Strategies
2. Setting the Price for the First Time
3. Selecting Pricing Objectives
4. Selecting Pricing Method
5. Selecting Final Price
Personal Selling and
Dr. Praveen Gupta,
Professor, Marketing Group,
Sales Management- an Overview
Research for Marketing Decisions
The in-depth interview
Usually lengthy, from 1 to 3 hours
Yields a large amount of data
Very useful to get detailed data on specific phenomena
Also called as the DI Depth Interview in business
Kumar Rakesh Ranjan
1. Dependent and
When two (or, more) variables are analyzed*
There can be a dependence relationship
One would be an IV and other a DV
Research for Marketing Decisions
Marketing Research: An Overview
What is marketing?
Is marketing only intuition and guesswork?
Is there a method behind marketing?
Research for Marketing Decisions (MKT 102) Term 2
What is marketing?
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State the Management Dilemma
The Managements Dilemma is whether the existing fertilizer dealers could distribute
Define the Management Question
How the detergents should be marketed and distributed effectively all over India?
A Simple Model
Difference b/w b/w the brands
What Influences Consumer?
Customer Delivered Value = Total
Customer Value Total Customer Cost
Total Customer Value = Product Value +
Services Value + Personnel Value +
Total Customer Costs = Monetary costs +
Time + Energy + Psychic costs