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Identify the different elements of the promotional mix that meadowhall itself uses.

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Identify the different elements of the promotional mix that meadowhall itself uses. The marketing mix is a business tool used to carry out objectives it will be considered especially when trying to achieve a firms marketing objectives. The marketing mix consists of four common factors which are: - * Product * Price * Place * Promotion The amount of importance that each individual element holds within the business will depend in several factors for example the type of market and industry that the business is in and the actions of competitors. Meadowhall has developed a year round marketing campaign to continually promote the centre; this is one element that has contributed to meadowhalls success as it is constantly keeping the centre in the public eye. The product or service that the centre actually offers is that the centre is making shopping more convenient to customers by situating all of the well known shops together under one roof. ...read more.

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The location/place of the shops within the store will be especially important to meadowhall as the design of the centre is based around the right location of each tenant to coincide with the way they have segmented the market. This will increase the convenience of the shopping experience to the customer as similar shops are grouped together which makes it easier to find your way around. Meadowhall has built up a well-established loyal customer following. As well as advertising to the existing customer base meadowhall are also trying to target the sections of the market that they haven't yet been able to attract, this is one of the aims of the 'always something new' campaign. The centre promotes themselves in many ways using both above the line and below the line forms of advertising. They advertise on vehicles and sponsor local events as well as running extensive TV and radio advertising all designed to get the centre recognition and more custom. ...read more.

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The mall is split up into six sections each associated with a different price band for example park lane has been modelled towards the higher classes who tend to spend more money. There are several things that differentiate meadowhall from other similar centres and these all contribute to the value added of visiting the store, it also enables them to appeal to certain segments that other competitors may not be able to as easily. For example meadowhall recycles a lot of the waste from its tenants therefore they are able to use this as a means of promoting themselves to the area of the market that this may appeal to. Meadowhall have won numerous awards, which will give another angle of advertising and again differentiate themselves from competitors and contribute to building a good reputation it creates a unique selling point for the centre. Free parking will be another way of attracting custom as it increases the convenience of this shopping experience and does not imposes a time restriction on the amount of shopping that customers are able to do. ...read more.

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