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31 Dec 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Facebook

Case study - 5 pages - Brand management

What started out as a small Harvard School social-networking platform has turned into what we know as Facebook today, who could have predicted what a global phenomena Mark Zuckerberg had created back in February 2004. At the age of just 23, Mr Zuckerberg was attending Harvard University studying...

29 Dec 2020

Transforming the Showroom Experience - Audi AG

Case study - 5 pages - Automotive marketing

In the early 20th century, the German engineer August Horch founded with two companions the Audi company. Indeed, Horch in German means “listen”, and was translated into Latin to become “Audi”. Audi AG (AktienGesellschaft, Limited Company), is one of the oldest automakers in...

22 Dec 2020

Nutella marketing comparison between Japan and France

Case study - 26 pages - Brand management

- Created in 1946 by the Ferrero family in Alba, Italy - Originally sold as “La Tartinoise” in France - They tried to make chocolate with nuts for the first time - Renamed Nutella in 1964 - France is the biggest consumer of Nutella in...

06 Dec 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Amazon

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

In 1994 Jeff Bezos held a high-powered position as the vice-president of a prominent Wall Steet firm. However, Bezos became aware of the internet business boom which was taking place around the world and left his position to start his own business in what he calls his "regret minimisation...

23 Nov 2020

Pestel Analysis - Lidl

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

Founded in 1973 by father and son team, Josef and Dieter Schwarz, in Ludwigshafen, Germany the original Lidl company had 3 employees and sold around 500 products. During the 1990s the company expanded and started opening stores across the European continent. Twenty-one years later the group...

17 Nov 2020

Traditional and low cost airlines - marketing strategies

Case study - 11 pages - Tourism marketing

The airline industry has undergone profound changes in the space of a few years. First of all, because of increased digitisation, but also because of other so-called low-cost companies which have emerged and which have disrupted the traditional aviation pattern. This has been a great thing for...

10 Nov 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Häagen-Dazs

Case study - 5 pages - Brand management

In the 1920s Reuben Mattus worked for his mother's ice-cream business, he would go around on a horse-drawn wagon in the streets of the Bronx, New York, selling ice cream and fruit ice pops. He continued to do this as the business expanded and in 1960, along with his wife Rose, they decided to...

09 Nov 2020

Franchising, a 7-Eleven case study

Case study - 8 pages - Distribution marketing

Franchising is a way of licensing, between two firms in which the parent company (the franchisor) grants (the franchisee) which is a separate and independent entity the permission to do business by selling goods, or services that are provided by, or authorised by the (franchisor). What is...

03 Nov 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Garmin

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

Garmin Ltd. was co-founded in October 1989 by Gary Burrell and Dr Min Kao, who came up with the groundbreaking design and engineering of the GPS software technology used in their products today. Before his involvement with Garmin, Dr Kao also developed the first FAA-certified GPS navigation...

27 Oct 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Polar

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

The Polar Electro company which is based in a town called Kempele in Finland was founded in 1977 by Seppo Säynäjäkangasand, who invented the first wireless EKG monitor. With its technological innovations in wearable heart rate monitors, it has become one of the leading manufactures in the...

17 Oct 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Fitbit

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

“Innovation meets motivation”, this is the main slogan for this very popular brand of fitness wearable gear and it very aptly describes what the company has tried to achieve since it was founded in 2007 by James Park, CEO and president and Eric Friedman who is the chief technology...

09 Oct 2020

PESTEL Analysis - McDonald's

Case study - 5 pages - Services marketing

In 1940 brothers Dick and Mac McDonald opened their first McDonald's Bar-B-Q restaurant in California. Featuring a typical drive-in-style menu and offering a carhop service. In 1948 the brothers closed briefly to make some alterations when they opened in December of that same year, they...

25 Sep 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Airbnb

Case study - 5 pages - Tourism marketing

The growing popularity of collaborative consumption has had a massive impact on how many industries around the world operate. According to Wikipedia collaborative consumption can be defined as 'the set of resource circulation systems, which enable consumers to both "obtain" and "provide",...

25 Sep 2020

Is there a place for sustainable marketing in the beauty world?

Dissertation - 39 pages - Luxury marketing

Sustainability is not a new trend. It appears for the first time in the 1970s. For many years, beauty brands knew zero competitions. This market changed with the arrival of new brands such as NYX cosmetics, ELF, or Kiko Makeup. Now, we can talk about fast beauty, an industry where we promote...

16 Sep 2020

PESTEL Analysis - The aeronautical sector

Case study - 5 pages - Tourism marketing

Aeronautics is the science around the designing, building and flying of aircraft. Ranging from non-powered aircraft to supersonic space transport, and it is one of the world's largest industries in terms of product output, employment and monetary value globally. The freedom of flight opened...

12 Sep 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Starbucks

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

The United States-based Starbucks Coffee Company was founded by three friends who met at The University of San Francisco in 1971. They opened their first coffee bean store in Seattle, Washington, in March of that year, near the historic Pike Place Market which bore its now historic brown mermaid...

04 Sep 2020

PESTEL Analysis - IKEA

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

IKEA is a Swedish-based homeware brand founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943. The name IKEA is derived from an abbreviation of the founder's name, Ingvar Kamprad, and the village in which Kamrad he grew up, Elmtaryd, Agunnaryd. Kampard passed away in 2018 but not before fulfilling his dream of...

29 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - Nike

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

Nike originated in the 1960s, it started as a collaboration between Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, and shoes were then sold under the name “Blue Ribbon Sports”. The company name changed to “Nike” in 1978 : the name Nike reflects a Greek goddess that symbolises victory....

24 Aug 2020

Porter's Five Forces - Nike

Case study - 5 pages - Sport marketing

As part of their brand strategy and constant analysis within their business, Nike have adopted Porter's 5 Forces Analysis. The 5 forces are a study conducted on external threats according to their competitive intensity and influence over the company. This enables Nike to assess the threats such...

19 Aug 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Decathlon

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

Decathlon is the largest sporting goods retailer in the world selling clothing, sportswear and sports equipment for over 70 different sporting disciplines. It was inspired by the belief that the best sports products should be accessible to everyone. It offers innovative and high-performance...

12 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - Apple

Case study - 6 pages - ICT marketing

- Apple is an American multinational corporation - Operating in the technology and consumer electronics sector - Created by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in 1976 - Renowned for its innovation and is one of the most valued brands in the world, second only...

11 Aug 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Netflix

Case study - 6 pages - Services marketing

Netflix is an American entertainment company that has grown into a major Internet TV provider. As of 2017, the company has a large customer base of over 100 million subscribers in over 190 countries, with over 51 million subscribers located in the United States. The company was founded by...

10 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - Tesla

Case study - 8 pages - Automotive marketing

- Tesla Inc. is an American automotive manufacturer and innovative energy solutions company - Founded in 2003 - Develops electric-powered vehicles to promote the sustainable use of energy - Best known for sustainable innovation - Famous for manufacturing and...

10 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - Airbnb

Case study - 5 pages - Tourism marketing

The hotel industry has high barriers to entry. Start-up costs are large as they require major investments in real estate, construction, maintenance, equipment, staff, marketing and the list goes on. This is exactly why Airbnb has made their success. The company generates revenue from the rental...

09 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - Zara

Case study - 4 pages - Fashion and ready to wear marketing

Zara is an internationally famous fashion brand. The company currently sells in two hundred markets with over two thousand stores worldwide. Zara is one of eight brands that are owned by Inditex Group, the largest apparel retailer in the world. According to 2019 financial statements, Inditex...

09 Aug 2020

Porter's Five Forces - Airbnb

Case study - 5 pages - Tourism marketing

While providing more than 7,000,000 accommodation listings around 81,000 cities and 220 countries, Airbnb (www.airbnb.com) is a major player and leader in the sharing economy. The platform offers an online broker service allowing individuals to rent or to hire short-term accommodation. These...

05 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - H&M

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

The Hennes and Mauritz group is known globally as H&M, an extremely popular fast fashion brand. Currently H&M operates five thousand stores, including E-commerce platforms, across more than seventy countries. High stock turnover rate ensures that the company sets and keeps up with the latest...

04 Aug 2020

SWOT Analysis - Chanel

Case study - 6 pages - Luxury marketing

Chanel SA., with its eponymous brand, is one of the world's best-known luxury brands. More than half of its sales come from its beauty business, which includes classic fragrances such as Chanel No5. While Chanel dominates premium fragrance rankings worldwide, it is still not among the top ten...

04 Aug 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Uber

Case study - 6 pages - Services marketing

- A pioneer in the sharing economy, the Uber brand has brought about several changes in the service industries - The term "Uberisation" was formed - Uber connects a vehicle driver with a passenger wishing to make a journey - The drive takes a percentage of the journey...

04 Aug 2020

PESTEL Analysis - Zara

Case study - 4 pages - Fashion and ready to wear marketing

- One of the world's best-known brands - One of the largest international fashion companies - The third-largest brand in the apparel industry - Inditex brand clothing line, a world leader in textile manufacturing - Several chains of shops - Head...

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