Case Study Of Marketing Research

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Edition 10: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: understand the importance of a mission statement, and know that Argos’ mission statement focuses on giving customers value for money by providing them with a convenient shopping experience, explain why segmentation helps an organisation to identify and meet the needs of customers and understand how frequency of visitors to an Argos store or site is a good way of segmenting customers, know what is meant by a growth strategy and give a brief explanation of how Argos is seeking to grow.

Edition 10: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: understand the importance of a mission statement, and know that Argos’ mission statement focuses on giving customers value for money by providing them with a convenient shopping experience, explain why segmentation helps an organisation to identify and meet the needs of customers and understand how frequency of visitors to an Argos store or site is a good way of segmenting customers, know what is meant by a growth strategy and give a brief explanation of how Argos is seeking to grow.

Edition 2: This case study focuses on how Tesco has identified and anticipated changes in lifestyles in this country and how these impact on new requirements for healthy eating.

It shows how Tesco has developed a highly successful 'Healthy Eating' brand.

It also focuses on how the Department for Education & Skills (Df ES), a public service business, has joined forces with Capita, a private sector service business, to form a public private partnership (PPP).

Edition 8: This case study considers the importance of branding and the value of an established brand name when a company such as HMV is looking to expand and to adapt its business in response to changing market conditions.

Edition 4: This case study examines how one part of British Steel has responded to its changing business environment to become a centre of excellence.

It describes how a range of initiatives and developments has helped British Steel’s staff at Shotton Works to improve their customer focus.Edition 17: This case study looks at how the National Trust is now adopting a new strategy and modern marketing techniques to excite a younger audience, generate new members and enhance its position as an employer with young people.Edition 16: This case study describes how JD (part of the JD Sports Fashion PLC Group of companies), a large and well-known retailer, manages the balance of its marketing mix around its consumers' needs in order to achieve business growth.Edition 3: This case study focuses on Jeyes, a household name which creates a series of attributes, beliefs and values in the minds of consumers.It examines the value of the Jeyes name and shows how the business has been revitalised through the process of 'brand stretching' and new brand initiatives.Edition 8: This case study illustrates how Kraft Foods' management accountants act as financial planning analysts to support the process of brand development.It highlights how Kraft's forward planning and supporting processes of investment/forecast analysis supports its core brands in a fast-changing market place.Edition 2: This case study focuses upon service quality by illustrating how one organisation - Yorkshire Electricity - in a fundamentally reorganised electricity industry, has developed a customer service strategy to redefine the way it looks after its customers.Edition 17: This case study focuses on how JD (part of JD Sports Fashion PLC), the UK’s leading retailer of fashionable sports and leisure wear, uses market research to support and develop its business.Edition 6: This case study looks at how Cadbury Schweppes applied an adopted business philosophy (Managing for Value - refer to The Times 100 Edition 5) to one of its core business activities: selling chocolate products to children either directly or through their parents. Martens has built brand awareness through sponsorship links to music, fashion and theatre and outlines the promotional activities which support these areas.Edition 3: This case study focuses on how Akzo Nobel, an organisation with many separate business units, an extremely diverse range of products and a large operating area, is developing a common thread of relationships between its business units based on corporate branding that reflects the central values of the company.

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