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14 Sep 2021

Marketing Mix - Samsung

Case study - 4 pages - ICT marketing

Samsung was created in 1938 by Byung Chull Lee. We cannot talk about electronics and high tech nowadays without mentioning Samsung. Based in Seoul, Samsung is present in more than 65 countries. In the beginning, the brand was operating in the import-export business up to 1970. That year, the...

14 Sep 2021

SWOT Analysis - Lidl

Case study - 4 pages - Distribution marketing

Lidl is a chain of supermarkets based in Germany. It has most of its operations in some European countries such as the UK, Germany itself and the USA, outside Europe. It was created by Dieter Schwarz in 1973. The brand sells meat, wine, groceries, vegetables, etc. The company's tagline is...

02 Sep 2021

Marketing Mix - Adidas

Case study - 4 pages - Sport marketing

Created by Adolf Dassler in 1944, Adidas is a German company that operates in the sport outfit industry. In this sector, Adidas is the leader in Europe and the number 2 in the world after Nike. Adolf Dassler made himself the first sports shoe in 1920. It is only in 1924 that Adolf will start...

25 Aug 2021

SWOT Analysis - Volkswagen

Case study - 4 pages - Automotive marketing

Volkswagen, meaning the people's car, is a German brand based in Wolfsburg. It was created on the 28th of May 1937. Volkswagen is the number 1 in the automotive industry, followed by Toyota since 2018. The brand has a lot of products such as financial services, trucks, cars, etc. The brand is...

21 Aug 2021

Porter's 5 Forces - Nestle

Case study - 4 pages - Distribution marketing

Today, Nestle is the leader of the food processing industry in the world. Nestle is a Swiss multinational created since 1866. That aside, Nestle is also the number one company in the milk sector in the world. The brand was named after its creator Henri Nestlé. When we talk about Nescafe, we can...

17 Aug 2021

Marketing strategy - Pringles

Case study - 9 pages - Catering marketing

Known by all and greatly favoured at aperitif time, Pringles is the most widely consumed cracker on festive occasions of all kinds. Pringles is a commercial brand launched by Procter & Gamble, originally under the name "Pringle's" in 1967. While at the time they contributed to the...

11 Aug 2021

Marketing mix - The tourism

Case study - 11 pages - Tourism marketing

Tourism marketing is a term used to refer to the business discipline by which visitors are drawn to a particular place, which may be a state, city, particular heritage site or tourist destination, hotel or convention centre. The place can be anything that has the potential to attract a tourist...

09 Aug 2021

SWOT Analysis - How to Develop a Strategy For Success - The Case of Burberry

Case study - 4 pages - Marketing theories

In every organization, company, society or enterprise that wants to make profit, the SWOT analysis is indispensable. The SWOT analysis helps managers to evaluate the strengths (S) and weaknesses (W) of a company in an internal level in one hand. On the other hand, it also allows them to...

08 Aug 2021

Corporate strategy - The example of Danone

Case study - 10 pages - Distribution marketing

Danone is an international company; they are known as a "multinational" dedicated to food products. The company is now internationally recognized for its products and is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange in the CAC 40 category. The company is present in more than 120 countries around the world,...

07 Aug 2021

Tourism for seniors market study

Market study - 10 pages - Tourism marketing

Tourism is a sector that is constantly experiencing strong growth, and which also has particular importance for the French economy. There are several kinds of tourism, such as cultural tourism, but also business tourism, events, or sustainable tourism. This list is far from exhaustive, with more...

05 Aug 2021

Fair trade, from purchase intention to action, what solutions? The case of Alter Eco

Case study - 4 pages - Green marketing

The Hamon law of 2014, as well as the Macron law of 2015, defines fair trade. It is about ensuring relations with producers in southern countries gathered in structures with democratic governance. The sustainability of the commercial commitment, the payment by the buyer of a remunerative price...

29 Jul 2021

SWOT Analysis - Magnum

Case study - 5 pages - Brand management

MAGNUM is a brand of premium ice cream and chocolate. The brand is owned by the UNILEVER group but forms a separate segment in the vast universe of the Dutch-British group. MAGNUM sells ice cream in tubs, on sticks, as well as in the form of individual frozen bites. The brand is positioned as a...

27 Jul 2021

SWOT Analysis - Vodafone

Case study - 4 pages - ICT marketing

Vodafone is a British telecommunication company based in Newbury, in England. The company was created in 1984 as Racal Telecom by Ernest Harrison and Gerry Whent. In 1988, the brand entered the Stock market and became independent in 1991 and took the name Vodafone. The company has different...

27 Jul 2021

Porter's Five Forces - Fitbit

Case study - 4 pages - Sport marketing

Founded by James Parker and Eric Friedman in 2007, this American group produces activity trackers, connected watches and other products related to the health and fitness industry. James and Eric believe that, while their customers take health and fitness seriously, it does not have to be serious...

19 Jul 2021

Merchandising - Stradivarius Store Case Study (Spanish Clothing Brand)

Case study - 5 pages - Fashion and ready to wear marketing

Merchandising is a set of strategies and techniques implemented by a company in order to optimise the management of a point of sale or a place of distribution and to organise and optimise the shelf space occupied by the brand's products. Merchandising also aims to make the relationship...

19 Jul 2021

The Exki company: "natural, fresh and ready"

Case study - 8 pages - International marketing

EXKi declared "company of the year" in 2010, is a concept of fast and healthy catering, straight from Belgium. The new and growing concerns of the population in terms of the environment and health are favourable to it. Indeed, the company markets recipes designed by a chef, respectful of...

15 Jul 2021

How to create an e-commerce website?

Practical guide - 21 pages - Digital & e-marketing

If an online store is to effectively acquire and retain customers, it must deliver the best possible customer experience. The key to doing this is to connect with customers at all possible touch points. The experience has to be great every time to keep customers coming back. The most...

12 Jul 2021

Market Study - Sustainable tourism

Market study - 8 pages - Tourism marketing

The tourist is, according to UNWTO, a traveller who travels away from his usual place of residence for at least one night and a year at most. The tourism market has a significant weight in the world economy, and its influence is not about to end, as it is constantly growing. France is the number...

11 Jul 2021

Sensory Marketing - Nike

Case study - 4 pages - Sensorial marketing

How to attract a consumer who is more and more inclined to buy online without getting up from his sofa while being able to compare prices directly between the different brands? Nike, a brand recognised internationally for its sports products and especially its "sneakers", has identified the issue...

09 Jul 2021

The Catering Market - Home Delivery

Market study - 7 pages - Services marketing

The restaurant business has grown in size in the space of a few years. Indeed, the digital world, as well as digitisation, has helped to energise the entire market. In recent weeks, however, a transformation of consumption habits has taken place, undoubtedly linked to the coronavirus, which has...

08 Jul 2021

Market Study - e-Tourism

Market study - 7 pages - Tourism marketing

Digital technology has invaded all sectors of activity for a few years now. The world lives in an ultra-connected sphere, and these connections are becoming increasingly important in the lives of consumers. Whether on a professional or personal level, more and more users of new technologies are...

08 Jul 2021

SWOT Analysis - L'Oréal

Case study - 5 pages - Luxury marketing

L'Oréal is a French group founded in 1909 and specialising in the cosmetics sector. In 2021, it is the world number 1 in the segment. The group's activities are divided into several areas, consumer cosmetics, which consumers find on the shelves of supermarkets and other businesses, active...

07 Jul 2021

Porter's Five Forces - Samsung

Case study - 4 pages - ICT marketing

When it comes to new technologies, innovations are very common. It will, therefore, be necessary to constantly innovate to be a leader in the sector in which we operate because innovation alone can create a difference between a company and the rest of its sector. This is the type of industry in...

07 Jul 2021

Swot Analysis - Samsung

Case study - 4 pages - ICT marketing

Samsung Electronics is a subsidiary of the Korean SAMSUNG group specializing in the manufacture and marketing of electronic products. It is one of the world leaders in electronic equipment, connected devices, technologies. Samsung has prided itself on being the world's largest manufacturer...

07 Jul 2021

Porter's Five forces - Facebook

Case study - 4 pages - Brand management

Today, Facebook is known to all and is an integral part of our lives. It all started on February 4, 2004, at Harvard in the USA. When it was created, only Harvard University students had access to and the right to use it. Over time, students from other American and Canadian universities could...

05 Jul 2021

SWOT Analysis - Polar

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

The Polar group is part of the sector of sports watches and other connected objects, which have been very successful for several years now. The sector recorded a turnover of 18.7 billion euros at the start of 2020, with results which have increased considerably every year for almost five years....

04 Jul 2021

The case study of BIC, a French company dominating the global market

Case study - 10 pages - International marketing

Bic is a well-known French company that has evolved through the years and became very famous worldwide. It is nowadays known for three types of products, the first category of products is related to stationery goods, this includes all types of writting tools, pens, markers, pencils and their most...

04 Jul 2021

Porter's Five Forces - Garmin

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

Garmin was created in 1989 by Gary Busell and Min H. Kao to offer a new generation of GPS. When it was created, the firm sold geolocation systems to the US military. The firm has since developed and diversified its activities by offering geolocation tools for the general public, such as a GPS box...

30 Jun 2021

Marketing Mix - Fedex

Case study - 5 pages - Services marketing

The delivery sector has grown considerably in recent years and arguably even more since the onset of the health crisis. In fact, in recent months, more and more consumers have placed orders during successive lockdowns, which has considerably increased the turnover of online stores, but also of...

30 Jun 2021

Porter's Five Forces - Ford

Case study - 4 pages - Automotive marketing

Based in Dearborn, Michigan, USA, Ford Motor Company is an American automobile manufacturer. It all started on June 16, 1903, when Henry Ford, together with 11 other investors, had raised $28,000, equivalent to $797,000 in 2019. The actual production of the cars dates from July 23 of the same...