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Growing the value of a business for shareholders

The owners of a company are called shareholders because they each own parts - or shares - of an organisation, which provide them with...

Stakeholders and corporate community investment

Modern society depends on prosperous communities that care for all of their members. Business organisations can play an important role in creating and developing...

Engaging stakeholders in a business

Cadbury Schweppes is one of the UK's best-known companies. It was formed in 1969 by a merger between two companies with distinguished histories: Cadbury...

The acquisition of Dr Pepper/Seven Up Company Inc

This case study focuses on how Cadbury Schweppes acquired the American-based company Dr Pepper/Seven-Up. Of particular interest is the thinking and purpose behind the...

Launching a new product into a developed market

Established markets generate intense competition during which new and innovative marketing strategies are required and new and existing products are developed. As a market develops,...

Poland a developing market

Why did Cadbury Schweppes choose Poland as its point of entry into the Central and Eastern European confectionery markets? Because there were a number...

The importance of cause related marketing

This case study examines an exciting new product idea from Australia - the Yowie - and shows how it is a good example of...

Branding strategies to create value

The ultimate aim of any business is survival. At least five groups want to see a company not only survive but flourish: its shareholders,...

Creating a new and exciting brand Café Cadbury

Everyone knows about Cadbury and what it represents. The Cadbury Masterbrand is the flagship for a variety of well known distinctive products including Flake,...

Financial statements and reporting

Limited companies (those owned by shareholders) are required by law to produce Financial Statements. These statements must be published and made available to shareholders...

Ethical business practices

The importance of ethics in business Ethics concern an individual's moral judgements about right and wrong. Decisions taken within an organisation may be made by...

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