STUDY: AMWAY INDIA Amway is an abbreviation for "American Way" and was coined in 1959 by company founders, Jay Van Andel and Richard DeVos. Short, unique and easy to remember, Amway has been registered as a corporate name and trademark ever since. Amway is a well-established company with a solid record of stability and growth that provides a Business Opportunity to individuals. That opportunity is supported by a comprehensive line of superb products sold exclusively by authorized Amway Independent
Introduction Nonstore retailing is a form of retailing in which sales are made to consumers without using physical stores. The non-store retailers are known by medium they use to communicate with their customers, such as direct marketing, direct selling and vending machines or e-tailing. Non store retailing is patronised to time conscious consumers and consumers who can't easily go to stores, or compulsive buyers. Most non-store retailers offer consumers the convenience of buying 24 hours a day seven
(Part One) 1. A Stated Opportunity Gap for the New Venture Ayurveda (‘Life Science’) is a traditional form of medical treatment which is 5000 years old and based on natural ingredients. It is very popular in India and exists alongside conventional medicine. According to Euromonitor (2005), the demand for high quality products based on pure ingredients free from chemicals and preservatives is growing. The opportunity is to provide Ayurveda Products such as Health Supplements and Skin Cosmetics via
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) MARKETING MANAGEMENT (MKT750) GROUP ASSIGNMENT CASE STUDY : MARY KAY INDIA HAIR CARE LINE PRODUCT ALINUR AYUNI ALI2012416538 MOHD HAFIZ ABD GHANI 2012456922 UMI NADIA MOHAMED 2012217058 GROUP BM7702PA – EVENING TRACK LECTURER DR. SITI ZALEHA SAHAK TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Strategic Issues And Problems 1 2. The Branded Beauty And Personal Care Market In India 2 3. Mary Kay, Inc.
Retail Marketing Sales Operation and Management1 C. Hazarika2 Retailing includes all the activities involved in selling goods and services directly to final consumers for personal, non-business use. A retailer or retail store is any business enterprise whose sales volume comes primarily from retailing. Any organization selling to final consumers – whether it is a manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer –is doing retailing. It does not matter how the goods or services are sold (by person, mail, telephone
Green Marketing Green marketing involves developing and promoting products and services that satisfy customers want and need for Quality, Performance, Affordable Pricing and Convenience without having a detrimental input on the environment. What is green marketing? Green marketing refers to the process of selling products and/or services based on their environmental benefits. Such a product or service may be environmentally friendly in itself or produced and/or packaged in an environmentally
[pic] Major Research Project On “An Analysis of Marketing & Competitive strategies adopted by Hindustan Unilever Limited in Rural Area” For the partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of MBA (Full Time) Batch 2010-12 Submitted By: Guided By SUMIT WASNIK Prof. S.P. TRIPATHI MBA (Full Time) 4th SEM. ( IBMR) Roll
GROUP 2 Marketing Project FINAL REPORT ON Fair & Lovely | Unilever FOR FAIRNESS WITH EVERY WASH FOR PIMPLE FREE SKIN FOR SPOT FREE SKIN 1|P e FORa gAGELESS, FAIR SKIN 2013 – 2015 XLRI Jamshedpur Contents I. II. III. Cosmetics Industry................................................................................................................................ 4 Fair and Lovely : Experiencing Beauty ..............................................................................
Unilever and L’Oréal, which have made significant gains in the Chinese market to Procter & Gamble’s detriment. Procter & Gamble may suffer from being too mid range for premium-focused China, while too premium for lesser developed emerging markets such as India. © Euromonitor International BEAUTY AND PERSONAL CARE: PROCTER & GAMBLE PASSPORT 2 STRATEGIC EVALUATION COMPETITIVE POSITIONING MARKET ASSESSMENT CATEGORY AND GEOGRAPHIC OPPORTUNITIES BRAND STRATEGY OPERATIONS RECOMMENDATIONS STRATEGIC
DBA 1652 Marketing Management UNIT -- I Unit No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Unit Title Marketing management – an introduction Marketing environment Marketing with other functional areas of management Market segmentation Market targeting and positioning Product management Brand management Pricing Channel design and management Retailing and Wholesaling Integrated Marketing Communication Advertising management Sales promotion Personal selling Public