Positioning Essay Topics

Case study: Clean Edge Razor

Problem Statement: ‘Paramount Health and Beauty ‘ Company is launching a new non-disposable razor, Clean Edge that boasts about superior performance by utilizing a vibrating technology that stimulates hair follicles and lifts the hair from the skin allowing a thorough shave. This is a cutting edge technology that is expected to take the market by… View Article

Case Study – Operations Management

1.0 INTRODUCTION Operations management is defined as “the activity of managing the resources which produce and deliver products and services” (Slack et al. 2010 p4). This encompasses the entire activity carried out within the organization. With increasing pressure on organizations to deliver optimally at reduced cost, the role of operations has been transformed from that… View Article

Marketing Principles Innocent Smoothies: STP

Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning Positioning According to Kotler and Keller (2006), placing the product in a position where it is in demand, attractive and unique to the customer in relation to the products of its competitors is known as market positioning. Innocent has a reputable stance in the market, being known for its image of good… View Article

Nike Positioning Process

Introduction Nike is one of the most recognizable companies in the world due to the specific logo as known as the “swoosh”. In the 32 years of existence, Nike has been able to be the industry’s leading sport and fitness company. The organizations mission is “To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the… View Article

Case Analysis 1: Multistate Health Corporation

Describe MHC’s strategy in terms of market position. Also, identify the type of external environment MHC is operating in and the degree to which the strategy matches the environment. In this particular case study of the Multistate Health Corporation their business strategy alignment was not well suited for that of the market. They decided to… View Article

Perceptual Maps in Marketing Simulation Summary

Perceptual maps help to improve a company’s current product on the market by mapping consumer expectation of the product. The motorcycle company Thorr Motors perceptual maps were used to create a marketing plan to aid in maintaining a high brand image of their motorcycles. The Marketing Dictionary defines perceptual maps as a “process by which… View Article

Company Introduction, Market Segmentation, and Product Positioning

The key to successful product implementation in today’s national enterprise system is the effective marketing of a new product with the company’s line of existing products. As stated by Lacobucci (2012), marketing is defined as an exchange between a company and its customers. The customer wants something from the company or firm and vice versa…. View Article

Product life cycle and its stages

In today’s world, where market is unpredictable, strategies play crucial role in defending a firm’s product position. “The main reason why companies must continually develop new products is because products have life cycle”, (Bittel, 1980). Just as operation managers must be prepared to develop new products, they must also be prepared to develop strategies for… View Article

Organisational Strategy at Flybe

Introduction For the purposes of this report I have chosen Flybe as my main focus of discussion in the UK and European airline industry. Flybe is Europe’s largest regional airline with 162 routes, operating from a total of 53 departure points. In this report I will analyse why it has made sense for Flybe to… View Article

Swot Analysis of Marks and Spencer

Both external and internal issues influence how the company decides to operate. The external issues will, of course remain the same for all the players in the market. With regard to Marks & Spencer, we can categorise them as follows: ExternalInternal -Fast changing market and tough trading conditions -Poor management – failure to recognize and… View Article

Reed Supermarket case

Recommendations for Growth: 1. Stop the dollar special for each week: 1st step is to stop the dollar special promotion immediately. This is not consistent with the brand equity and positioning built over the years. It’s resulting in net operating loss of 76% on each discounted item and overall decreased the net operating profit for… View Article