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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...

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...

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,...

20 May 2021

SWOT Analysis - Amazon

Case study - 6 pages - Distribution marketing

In order to better understand Amazon's SWOT analysis, it is worth going back to its history. Amazon is an American-born, Seattle-based e-commerce company. Originally, the Amazon company was only involved in distance selling of books, then diversified by offering cultural products, and finally...

19 May 2021

Porter's Five Forces - Amazon

Case study - 4 pages - Distribution marketing

Amazon is an American e-commerce company based in Seattle, Washington, United States. It was one of the first large companies to sell products on the internet. Amazon has a very diverse product catalogue, including DVDs, music CDs, software, video games, electronics, clothing, furniture, food,...

16 May 2021

Marketing Mix - Nestle

Case study - 4 pages - Distribution marketing

Nestlé has stood out from the strong competition, present in the agri-food market, and is positioned as a leading global brand. Its brand image with consumers gives it the status of the largest company in the global agri-food market. A quality brand known throughout the world, we find its various...

14 May 2021

PESTEL Analysis - Nestle

Case study - 6 pages - Distribution marketing

Present in many countries, Nestlé is a company that occupies an important place in the agri-food sector. Thanks to its diversified products of different quality and nature, the Nestlé company has found a loophole that has enabled it to attract as many consumers as possible, gain a remarkable...

08 Apr 2021

SWOT Analysis - Nestlé

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

Being the world's No. 1 in the food industry, Nestlé is the largest food company in the world. With a turnover of over $100 billion, the company has conquered the global agri-food market with its various products, the most famous of which relate to infant nutrition. Indeed, this was the...

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...

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...

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...

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...

15 Jun 2020

Brand image analysis - Whole Foods Market

Case study - 2 pages - Distribution marketing

In today's society, which is becoming more and more aware of environmental problems and of the need to be more environmentally-friendly, Whole Foods Market is at the center of attention with its offer of local, organic, healthy food. Making it one of the leaders on the market. You might...

07 Feb 2018

Fieldwork - Analyzing a retail outlet: Nielsen Holdings N.V.

Case study - 2 pages - Distribution marketing

Nielsen Holdings N.V. is an American global information and measurement company with headquarters in New York and Diemen in the Netherlands. Nielsen is active in over 106 countries. The company has a long history. It was founded in 1923 by Arthur C. Nielsen and was the first company to offer...

01 Mar 2017

An e-business analysis of Amazon

Case study - 5 pages - Distribution marketing

The purpose of this essay is to pick a brick-and-mortar company. Provide the history of the company, background, and life cycle of the company. I am going to describe the needs and customers Amazon addresses. I am going to provide the roles of internet strategy: business strategy, Information...

06 Sep 2016

Digital marketing and E-commerce, what future for physical stores in the textile industry?

Thesis - 30 pages - Distribution marketing

Changes in consumer behavior along with a world in which everything is getting digitalized require firms to rethink their marketing strategy in order not only to be able to identify and target market needs accurately but also deliver information and interact with the customers in real time thanks...

05 Jul 2016

Costco business model

Essay - 2 pages - Distribution marketing

Many people are familiar with Costco's reputation for selling incredibly large amounts of toilet-paper, diapers, breakfast cereals, and paper towels. However, many people are not aware that Costco also offers plasma TV's, Seven Jeans, and grand pianos for sale as well. In fact, this diverse...