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  1. Yorktown Technologies Case Study. The largest problem that plagues Yorktown is negative media attention regarding its genetically engineered GloFish, as well as strict new regulations from several key markets for the product.

    Competition is steep as the competition has similar products for a cheaper price. The continued enhancement of the product that Yorktown carries gives them a strong position in the market if the distribution can be sorted out, this would make the product more price effective and increase sales across the board. Case Analysis Yorktown is a company that sells genetically engineered zebra fish, that due to the genetic altering glows under specific conditions. The first few years Yorktown came under heavy fire from several entities due to the genetically enhanced nature of their product.

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  2. Building Customer Commitment

    Commitment may be generated by the buyer?s anticipation of high switching costs. Morgan and Hunt (1994) also posit that firms that receive superior benefits from their partnership, relative to other options, on such dimensions as product profitability, customer satisfaction, and product performance, will be committed to the relationship. Despite the fact that commitment is a central construct in the area of relationship marketing, there is little agreement on the nature of the construct. Frequently, commitment is defined as a desire to maintain a relationship (Morgan and Hunt 1994).

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  3. Manufacture and Marketing of a New Breakfast Cereal in Australia

    Shannon (2000) suggests that traditional practices promoting brand loyalty, as advocated by Kotler et al. (2009), may have limited future success and highlights ?Salience?, or achieving awareness and use as the key to brand growth. Linn (2010) offers the thought in ?General Theory of Marketing? that the central feature is the ?Transaction of buying and selling? based on the perceived ?value? of the product by the buyer. This perception, which is underpinned by ?brand image?, is subject to such fluctuations as needs, financial situation, experience and taste.

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  4. Marketing . This audit report analyses and evaluates the present performance and strategies implemented by Qantas Airways Ltd.

    Corporate travellers are likely to be willing to spend more on the luxuries. Apart from the core benefit of getting from one location to another, customers who travel with Qantas also experience quality service. Qantas is a prestigious brand that focuses on quality. The current strategy of Qantas? product and branding aspect is the slogan ?Spirit of Australia,? but from their previous incidents, they need to build their reputation by providing more commitment to safety. They should position themself this way to avoid changes to the perception of the brand name. In regards to pricing, Qantas? strategy is purely profit based in that they aim to increase profit as much as possible.

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  5. Public relations:The objective of this report is to measure the results of BP's PR activities using 10 media clippings

    Number of Audience exposed: possibly thousands, however, unable to be fully ascertained. Media Impressions: The number of times the message appeared in the medium was once and possibly read by thousands. Tone: Negative. Potential Audience: Thousands. Article Length: Just over 100 column-inches. Content: BP earnings performance, investment, and the company's plans, with no mention of competitors. It is an article. Sector Analysis: The oil and gas industry it is a fierce and competitive industry with a constant global race to drill and capitalise on new markets.

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  6. Ben & Jerry's Marketing Strategy

    Ben & Jerry?s are very proud to commit to a wide selection of social, environmental and economic projects on a local, national and international scale; these are all advertised on the company website as well as gaining coverage in many news articles within the area the project is involved with. The company website also includes three mission statements; the product mission, the social mission and the economic mission, each providing the basis of what the company is founded upon. All of the things concerning these mission statements are all included as part of the Ben & Jerry?s product, which in essence means that by purchasing the ice-cream product you support the social and economic mission of the brand.

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  7. Marketing plan For a TGI Friday's in Morocco.

    Our Promise Every Guest Leaves Happy Our Guiding Principles Whatever we do, we do with Integrity" (TGI FRIDAY'S MISSION) Our goal is to become the only choice in the restaurant market, while the "man" is the key to Our success, including Our customers, employees, vendors, neighbors and investors. TGI Friday's commitment is to treat these people with respect, empathy, care. Our goal is to become the world's top full service catering business. To achieve this goal, we insist in Our work: to do the best and seek to exceed the expectations of each others.

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