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    the successful strategies of Vodafone. According to the 2002-2008 data VODAFONE captures the market with 17.56 % & is at the 3rd position just after Bharti with 24.69% & Reliance with 17.68%. Vodafone also came out with one of best& most attractive advertisement which no one has ever seen before called as “VODAFONE ZOO-ZOO’S”. This advertisement was a part of VODAFONE’S marketing strategy to boost its sales during the IPL 2 season. This was one of the master moves by VODAFONE to introduce

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    across the island serve 1.2 million customers every week. 7,000 employees keep the McDonald's restaurants running ship-shape. Price as a important element of marketing strategy is always be considered by marketers. While there is no single recipe to determine pricing, the following is a general sequence of steps that might be followed for developing the price of a product: • Develop marketing strategy-perform marketing analysis, segmentation, targeting and positioning. • Make marketing

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    Module: Financial Management Unit: Financial Information Lesson: Financial Statements © Resource Development International Ltd. (RDI) 2009 Financial Statements Financial Statements Page 1 of 13 It is a requirement of businesses to produce a set of financial statements that present an accurate and current picture of its financial 'health'. The legal obligations regarding the way in which this is presented depends upon the size of the business. However, for the moment it is sufficient

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    Marketing Vitamins PGP 1 Participants May 2011 Indian Institute of Management Indore Getting Started… The process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating and exchanging products and value with others. What is Marketing? Simply put… Marketing is the delivery of customer satisfaction at a profit. More formally… Marketing (management) is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of

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    by assemblers. First tier suppliers are responsible not only for the assembly of parts into complete units like dashboard, breaks-axel-suspension, seats, or cockpit but also for the management of second-tier suppliers. Automakers/Vehicle Manufacturers/Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs): After researching consumers’ wants and needs, automakers begin designing models which are tailored to consumers’ demands. The design process normally takes five years. These companies have manufacturing

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    with customer satisfaction. ← To provide food service to with our well-trained personnel service and paying attention to health, people sensitivity and various tastes. ← High quality reliable service, customer satisfaction and team work. ← To develop our products which appeal to social catering customers as well as business catering customers and fabric catering customers both in Virginia and in Toronto. N marketing segmentation and target market From point of

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    offering convenience. Our cell phone based power menu will serve as reservation and purchasing server for tickets of inter-district bus service. The primary marketing objectives of this plan are to achieve first year Dhaka market share of 5 percent and revenue of BDT. 900000. 2.0 Situation Analysis 123GO founded 1 months ago by a survey that in bus ticket reservation and purchasing there is no such service provider

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    & Packaging Strong Demand for Healthier Drinks New Technologies 100% Juice THREATS Low Barrier to Entry Labeling Laws Raising Prices Bad Economy Strengths: NAA Bottling Company has management with a lot of experience in their employ. They are also a large and diverse company with many employees, covering all departments and fulfilling their needs. NAA Bottling Company has excellent sales revenue growth with their carbonated beverages. The company has suppliers that are reliable, and with

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    :03:11HTML: </noscript> 2011-05-01T10:03:11HTML: <noscript> 2011-05-01T10:03:11HTML: </noscript> 1 |P a g e Chapter 1: Marketing Management Basic Concepts THE SCOPE OF MARKETING To prepare to be marketers, you need to understand what marketing is, how it works, what is marketed, and who does the marketing. What Is Marketing?  Marketing deals with identifying and meeting human and social needs. One of the shortest definitions of marketing is “meeting

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    | | | | |format when assigned. | TOTAL GRADE = 20 (out of 20 points possible) Note: You did a nice job on the assignment, and addressed the required points appropriately.  Dr. Alex Unit 3 Assignment: WaterSense Proposal MT450: Marketing Management February 20, 2012 Charity Barnes WaterSense Proposal “My feet are

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    think Proton’s current Marketing Strategy for FLX 1.3 models will be effective for the next 24 months? Give reasons to justify your answer (10 marks) Yes. Marketing strategy for FLX1.3 models will effective for next 24 months because of following ways:- 1) The number of sales order received still maintain as it was during the first launch and maintaining until to date. 2) The price are low compared with Myvi car. We can buy with 38K with low down payment.We no need to pay 10% down

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    STUDENT’S NAME : ROSSIAH BTE ABDUL RAHIM I/C NO : 691006-07-5376 PROGRAMME : EXECUTIVE BANCHELORS CLASS DATE : 30 June 2012 & 1 & 8 JULY 2012 INTAKE DATE : MAC 2012 MODULE : MARKETING MANAGEMENT TRAINER’S NAME : MR ANTHONY GERARD CENTRE : IGE SEBERANG JAYA OVERALL MARK (Fill up by Trainer) | | | |QUESTION |MARK

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    Assignment for Ex. Bachelor in Management – Marketing Module[pic][pic] [pic] There’s much ado about the new Proton Saga FLX, and for good reason – the entry-level offering from the company now wears a continuous variable transmission, and the variant also finally brings stuff like ABS and EBD to the playground, so you can expect that there are plenty of questions as to how the just-launched variant shapes up. Nothing like sampling the car then, and though it was a only a short workout, it

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    Lakhs Super Institutional – ` 5 crore • Terms of offer: NAV • Exit Load: Nil • Dividend History: Please visit www.sundarammutual.com Disclosures: Page 28 & 29 www.sundarammutual.com June 30, 2012 Page 20 Sundaram Mutual Fund Sundaram Ultra Short-Term Fund Positioning: Benchmark Income Fund CRISIL Liquid Fund Index Fund Managers: Dwijendra Srivatsava and Siddharth Chaudhary Portfolio Stance: The fund management team aims to maintain a MTM (Mark to Market) component

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    1.Introduction: As a mandatory requirement of the Bachelor of the Business Administration (BBA) program under The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, this term paper entitled - "BAY Emporium’s marketing plan". The topic of the term paper assigned and approved by our respective financial management course instructor Mohammad Sakhawat H Bhuiyan. 2. Corporate Connection: Our company (Bay Emporium Ltd.) is a new shoe company in Bangladesh. Our company also grow slowly it outlets of some

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    Internal Assignment No.1 Paper Code : BBA-203 Paper Title : Marketing Management Q.1.1 What do you understand by Marketing ? A.1.1 Marketing is the process of communicating the value of a product or service to customers. Marketing might sometimes be interpreted as the art of selling products, but selling is only a small fraction of marketing. As the term "Marketing" may replace "Advertising" it is the overall strategy and function of promoting a product or service to the

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    Course Title: MKTG 522 Marketing Management Name: Clara Ofori-Mante Service/Product: Restaurant Date: 11/05/2012 Table of Contents 1.0 Executive summary ……………………………………………………………… 4 2.0 Situation Analysis Overview …………………………………………………….. 5 2.1 Market Summary ………………………………………………………………... 7 2.2 SWOT Analysis …………………………………………………………………. 9 2.3 Competition ……………………………………………………………………...11 2.4 Product/ Service Offering …………………………………………………….….13 2.5 Keys to Success

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    4.705 Marketing Management Assignment Marketing Strategy For Research In Motion Table of Contents 1. Executive summary 3 2. Value Based Marketing Strategy 4 3. Marketing mix strategy 4 a) Product 5 b) Place 6 c) Price 6 d) Promotion 6 4. Driving forces of change in the mobile industry 7 5. Changes in Competitive Landscape 8 6. Understanding customer behavior 9 7. SWOT

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    large. Marketing management takes place when at least one party to a potential exchange thinks about the means of achieving desired responses from other parties. Thus we see marketing management as the art and science of choosing target markets and getting, keeping, and growing customers through creating, delivering, and communicating superior customer value. Figure 1.2 shows the relationship between the industry and the market. Sellers and buyers are connected by four flows. Sellers send

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    potential users. Here current users and ex-users are the potential group for advertisement--each will require different marketing appeals. • UIU can also segment their market by user loyalty –one is completely loyal and another is somewhat loyal. And here UIU should generate more focus on completely loyal users because they will require potential marketing appeals. Lastly it can be said that by following these market segments UIU can identify their potential markets and

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    MN2061K Analysis of a Marketing News Story I. Introduction According to Bloomberg news article (Appendix.1) “HTC Mimics Apple Marketing Strategy to Regain Customers”. We can see that HTC understand the need to have a relevant marketing strategy to attract consumers and recover the lost grounds. HTC is a Taiwan based smartphone manufacturer that started out manufacturing mobile devices by allowing telecommunication operators to put their names on the phone. HTC expanded their focus

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    , Prentice hall Wall, J, (2012), B2B Marketing Confessions, M show productions, LLC Lowe, R, Doole, I, (2004), International marketing strategy, 5th edition, Cengage learning EMEA Cateora, P, Gilly, M, Graham, John, (2010), 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill/Irwin Bly, R, (1998), B2B direct marketing, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill Picton, D, (2005), Integrated marketing communications, 2nd edition, Financial times management. Fulton, R, Maddock, R, (1996), marketing to the mind, 5th edition, Praeger

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    What has Accenture done well to target its B-to-B audience? Has Accenture done the right thing by dropping Tiger Woods as its spokesperson? Why? What has Accenture done well to target its B-to-B audience? • Accenture as part of Anderson consulting created brand awareness in professional services through several global marketing campaigns. In 2000, after adopting the Accenture name, its awareness campaign was targeted towards senior executives at its clients and prospects, all Accenture

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    Section C 1. What do you understand by product life cycle? Discuss implications and limitations of product life cycle concept. Product Life Cycle (PLC) The concept of the product that passes through changes in its total life known as Product Life Cycle (PLC) is based on the following facts: 1. Product has a limited life 2. A product sale passes through distinct stages 3. Profits rise and fall at different stages of Product Life Cycle 4. Products require different marketing

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    -setting decisions. In large organizations, many people play a role in the organization’s pricing activities and central coordination of these price activities is important. References Thomas T. Nagle, The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1987), Philip Kotler, Marketing Management, 10th ed. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000), 456. Charles Fishman, “Which Price Is Right?” Fast Company 68 (March 2003): 92–102. Roger A. Kerin, Eric

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    Marketing Management MM 1-2013 1 “Midterm Review” By: cherriie.cherry* :) Chapter 1 defining mkting Marketing – set of activities that create value in order to satisfy customer & make profit to co. Demand states 1. Negative – Find other ways to change cus. attitude (design, price, more promotion) i.e. insurance 2. Nonexistent- donno, never thought about it i.e. health checkup - find way to connect benefits with personal’s natural needs 3. Latent – product can’t satisfy cus need i.e. cars- more

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    KAZIAN GLOBAL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MARKS: 80 COURSE: EMBA Sem- I SUBJECT: Marketing Management N.B: 1} Attempt all questions Name: Kumaran Abheesh Reference Number: KM-00613-31270 ____________________________________________________________________________________ Case 1 Marks-16 1997 saw the US$19 billion merger of Guinness and Grand Met to form Diageo, the world’s largest drinks company. Guinness was the group’s top- selling beverage after Smirnoff vodka, and the group’s third most

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    Project Report MARKETING CUSTOMER SEGMENTATION Submitted By: Gavish Mittal (401057004) To Dr. Girish Jaiswal Thapar University January 2014 Market Segmentation Buyers in any market differ in their wants, resources, locations, buying attitudes, and buying practices. Through market segmentation, companies divide large, heterogeneous markets into smaller segments that can be reached more efficiently and effectively with products and services that match their unique needs

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    Sunderland Business School Undergraduate Programmes UGB229 Marketing Management 2013 Assignment This assignment is in two parts. You need to achieve an overall mark of 40% to successfully complete this module. Please read all instructions and information carefully. You are required to submit your work within the bounds of the University Infringement of Assessment Regulations. Your assignments must be handed in to the Library Desk with an accurately and clearly completed

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    MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – SEMESTER 2 MB0046-MARKETING MANAGEMENT Q.1) “Planning is a process of designing the Blueprint for the future”. In this context, explain Marketing Planning in detail. Ans.) Planning is a process of designing the Blueprint for the future because marketing planning is making decisions about what target markets to go after, what objectives to meet, and what programs will achieve those objectives. A good marketing plan is pragmatic, action oriented and

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    Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) Faculty Name | Dr Tapan K Panda | Year/Term | 2014 - 15/Term-1 | Course Name | Marketing Management-1 | No. of Credits | 3 | No of Contact Hours | 20 | Session Duration | 90 Min. | About the Instructor: Dr Tapan K Panda is a professor of marketing at Great Lakes Institute of Management Chennai and Director of Kotler Srinivasan Centre for Research in Marketing. Prior to joining at Great Lakes, He taught at leading business

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    with respect to the marketing environment, the current marketing objectives and performance.” (Houghton Mifflin Company. Appendix C Sample Marketing Plan.) “Before developing any marketing strategy, one should immerse in what you know about the markets in which you are interested. One should read all about the markets. Look at what the competitors are doing in those markets. Talk to customers or potential customers in those markets. Consider any trends that affect those markets.” (Don Sexton

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    introduce students to the comprehensive overview of factors that influence marketing decision making and strategies | | |at the management level, based on the marketing principles and concepts that had been learned. Students will also be exposed to current issues in | | |marketing management. Discussion on current issues and case studies will be emphasized throughout this course

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    #axzz3L12ZQ7ch> NESPRESSO. 2014. Nespresso sets to revolutionise North American coffee market. [online]. [Accessed 05 December 2014]. Available from World Wide Web: <http://www.nestle-nespresso.com/newsandfeatures/nespresso-sets-to-revolutionise-north-american-coffee-market> PRIMO, E. 2013. Nespresso's strategy: an idea of exclusiveness and personal touch. International Journal of Competitive Intelligence, Strategic, Scientific and Technology Watch SciWatch. V(3), pp.1-5. SORGER, S. 2013. Marketing Analytics: Strategic Models and Metrics. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. WILLIAMSON, D. 2003. Strategic Management and Business Analysis. Routledge.

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    EXAM: MARKETING MANAGEMENT NO OF QUESTION: 2 DUE DATE: 5:00 p.m. 24th FEB 2013 TOTAL MARKS: 30 MARKS CASE STUDY: FLY MANGO | | |SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS: | |Read the attached case study: Fly Mango – affordable flying. This exam is based on the

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    requirements. Consequently, the two ideas imply marketing management is at top priority of the firm. The manager must stop delighting customers; instead, the managers need too identify, anticipate and satisfy customer needs and wants currently or even in the future. Also, managers must make everyone in the firm aware and even own the philosophy of marketing within the firm. By doing so, the firm might maximize revenues and profits. Implementation in my practical business The above perspective is

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    Examination Paper of Marketing Management IIBM Institute of Business Management Examination Paper Subject Code- B104 MM.100 Marketing Management Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 marks)      This section consists of multiple choices & short answer type questions.  Answer all the questions.  Part One carries I mark each & Part II carries 5 marks each. Part One Multiple Choices: 1. It is a concept where goods are produced without taking into

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    person working for Diesel has an equal say, the company adopts a flat hierarchy. This means there are very few layers of management and everyone is encouraged to communicate with each other: sharing ideas, solving problems and trying to communicate that energy with people outside the company – the customers. Being driven by passion and the desire to do something special naturally ties these elements together. Understanding theory like the marketing mix in a company like Diesel can be

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    What is Marketing? Fundamentals of Marketing Management Process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating and exchanging products and value with others. Dr. P.V. (Sundar) Balakrishnan Simply put: Marketing is the delivery of customer satisfaction at a profit. Managing World-Class Organizations S #1 Balakrishnan The Marketing Objective Activities in the Marketing Process ... “Satisfy the needs of a group of customers

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    A crucial pillar of marketing strategy is STP – segmentation, targeting and positioning. – A company discovers different needs and groups in the marketplace (segmentation). It selects those targets it can satisfy in a competitive way, and then positions its offering so the target market recognizes the company’s distinctive offering and image. 1. Positioning – distinct and valuable place in consumers’ mind. Uniqueness in terms of functions or symbology for the customer. Requirements for

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    C A D B U R Y P E R K CADBURY PERK MARKETING PLAN Course: Marketing Management Faculty: Adnan Anwar Group Members: * Nimra Kasbati * Sidra Shaheen * Farheen Wasti ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: We have taken effort in this project. However it had not been possible without the kind support and help of many individuals. We would like it extend my sincere thanks to all of them. We are highly indebted to Sir Adnan Anwarfor his guidance and constant superior as

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    fafafafafaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaCisco case study answers Cisco What is Business to Business and business to consumer? In B2B products and services are sold from one business to another while in B2C products and services are sold from a company to the final user. The negotiation process between the buyer and seller is more personal in business marketing; you build a product in a business-to-business context to obtain maximum profits after selling. While in the consumer market, the retailer

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    Maureen Okoeguale Dfanni’s House of Fashion Final Course Project Report MKTG522 – Marketing Management Professor Lynne Pryor August 24th, 2015 DeVry University Table of Contents Executive Summary: …………………………………………………..3 Introduction: …………………………………………………………3 IMC Objectives: ……………………………………………………….4 Market Analysis: ………………………………………………………5 Communications Strategy Plans: …………………………………….6 Traditional Media: …………………………………………………….6 Internet: ……………………………………………………………….6 Direct Marketing

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    Secret, responded by marketing their own cleavage-enhancing bras to attract the demand that Sara Lee could not meet fast enough. Although the WonderBra is still selling, the initial frenzy surrounding it has diminished, perhaps because of the discomfort of its padding. Expanding into New Products Victoria’s Secret has developed such a strong brand for itself that it has in recent times been able to leverage its name in other products. This past year, Victoria’s Secret launched a new

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    Marketing Management is the leading marketing text because its content and organization consistently reflect changes in marketing theory and practice. The very first edition of Marketing Management, published in 1967, introduced the concept that companies must be customer-and-market driven. But there was little mention of what have now become funda- mental topics such as segmentation, targeting, and positioning. Concepts such as brand equity, customer value analysis, database marketing, e

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    Ethical marketing standards for business are important, particularly in the age of the Internet where information is accessible to anyone and may remain online indefinitely. False advertising is a familiar issue, and most business people are aware of the risk of exaggerated product claims, but the main implication is that because of the advertising “watchdogs”, companies indulging in this practice may be caught and punished. Other issues with ethical implications are not as clear-cut, and the

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    1. Introduction 3 1.1. Background to organization 3 1.2. Financial information of organization 3 2. Situation Analysis 4 2.1. SWOT Analysis 4 2.2. PESTLE Analysis 6 2.2.1a Policies that implicate the product 6 2.2.1b influences on consumer purchase 6 2.2.2 Economy Environment 7 2.2.2a. impact of inflation 7 2.2.2b. GDP influence on the product 7 2.2.3. Socio-Culture 7 2.2.4. Technological 8 2.2.5. Environmental 8 2.3. Five forces 8 3.0. Marketing strategy 10

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    MBA Course Code: BMMK5103 Course Name: Marketing Management Credit Hours: 3 Assessment: Assignments Assessment Type | Details of assessment | Marks distribution | Assignment-1 | Refer to the case study on CISCO Systems on pages 79-80 Chapter2. You are required to: 1- Discuss how building brand in a business-to-business context is different from doing

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    leadership and Their effects in the Organisation. There have been studies and a lot of research is being done on various facets of Leadership, emphasising on the quality of an individual. However Behavioral Leadership is one of the most important aspects of leadership management. According to Merriam Webster leadership can be defined in three ways the office or position of a leader, the capacity to lead and the act or instance landing. As Mr. Dye says

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    they could exploit (appealing to the price conscious) (franklins and bi-lo failed)  Move from cheap cheap to same brand, lower prices  Tweaked a few things to engage the consumer – including mainstream brands to increase familiarity  Long term vs short term adjustment (eg. price)  Porter – two most powerful influences on profit are product/service and pricing strategy  Pricing strategy of aldi – element of cost base. Focused on cost management at every stage. Moved to customer value

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