Tag: Marketing Planning

Demand and supply for goods and services

The demand for a product is the quantity that buyers will be willing to purchase at a given price. The supply of a good is the quantity that suppliers will be willing...

The principles of marketing

Marketing involves a range of processes concerned with finding out what consumers want, and then providing it for them. This involves four key elements, which are referred to as the 4Ps. A...

Marketing model

People often get confused between the marketing of a product and the selling of a product. Marketing is concerned with identifying, anticipating and meeting the needs of customers in such a way...

Marketing and sales

Marketing is the process of identifying, anticipating and then meeting the needs and requirements of consumers in order to make a profit. In contrast, selling involves persuading customers that your products or...

The market its definition and structure

A market consists of all the consumers who purchase a particular type of good or service. The market may be sub-divided into separate segments each of which can be considered to be...

Nature and role of marketing

All modern organisations engage in marketing so as to be able to please and win the loyal support of their customers. Gillette engages in marketingto find out about the needs and requirements...

Marketing techniques

A marketing strategy is an overall marketing plan designed to meet the needs and requirements of customers. The plan should be based on clear objectives. A number of techniques will then be...

Marketing and the business environment

Effective marketing demands the identification and understanding of target markets. These are highly dynamic: expanding and contracting, shifting in new directions and emerging suddenly from where no market previously existed. It follows...

Aims of marketing department

Marketing involves a range of processes concerned with finding out what consumers want, and then providing it for them. This involves four key elements, which are referred to as the 4P's (the...

Market analysis and market planning

Marketing is the process of developing and implementing a plan to identify, anticipate and satisfy consumer demand, in such a way as to make a profit. The two main elements of this...

Developing a marketing plan

The NIVEA brand is one of the most recognised skin and beauty care brands in the world. NIVEA creme was first introduced in 1911 and the NIVEA brand now extends to 14...

Reaching customers through direct selling

 Introduction For the modern business organisation, developing goods or services is not enough. Goods must also be available in the right quantity and at the right location in order to reach the customer. For...

Social marketing in the new millennium

 Introduction There is a growing consensus within society that companies should take a more active and structured approach to the relationships they have with the various communities they serve. Corporate social responsibility is...

Responding to an emerging market

 Introduction 'The industry as a whole is under-achieving.' This was the verdict of the Construction Task Force, led by Sir John Egan, in July 1998. The Task Force had investigated the state of...

The marketing process

 Introduction McDonald's is one of the best-known brands worldwide. This case study shows how McDonald's continually aims to build its brand by listening to its customers. It also identifies the various stages in...
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