From year-end 2004 through the first-quarter 2008, defendant Brian Fox misled the investing public by fraudulently inflating the revenue and assets and fraudulently omitting major liabilities, of Powder River Petroleum International, Inc. (“Powder River” or the “company”) in the company’s Commission filings, and by making other false and misleading public disclosures. From year-end 2004, Powder River conveyed working interests in oil and gas leases to investors in Asia for over $43 million. Because Powder River promised full repayment of the working interest
In term or product, Unilever should develop this new brand by modifying the formula of Campeiro and thus meet the expectations of cleanliness and fresh aroma of the low-income consumers. Even if consumers prefer cardboard boxes, the new brand will be sold in a plastic sachet since the packaging does not count a lot in the decision criteria process. This new brand should be priced at 1.8. (see Exhibit 2) just a little bit above Campeino price to show the quality of the new product. Unilever will have to maintain low margin for its new brand to reach its target but can reach profitability with high volumes of sales. In term of promotion, Unilever should position its new brand as a very effective product which can be used in everyday life. Advertising should show the satisfaction of a consumer while washing it clothes. In term of communication expenditure, a 70% below the line should be used since we are targeting the low-income segment. Besides it will cost less money to Unilever. The packaging has to be very simple and be different in term of color with the ones of Omo and Minerva. Finally Unilever will sell this new brand in the specialized distributors since it is the distribution channel where low-income consumers shop.
A company named Goodbite has made a decision on launching a new product in the oral care market. They are interested in selling a teeth whitening strip with an advance scheme. The teeth whitening strips are small, elastic and can be adjusted to the surface of your teeth, being left in the mouth for several minutes helps on facilitating a whitening effect. The Goodbite’s product focuses on uniqueness by trying to select some attributes that might be considered as important. Its main competitive advantage focuses on product differentiation, which “deals with making changes in the marketing mix of a product so as to differentiate it from whatever the competition is offering” (“Product Differentiation”). The company differentiates from the
“The knowledge that the Microsoft Services team brought to the table, plus their willingness to work with us, was all very critical to the success of the project.”
The purpose of this study is to explore three companies by focusing on how the brands have been performing as well as what the customers and other stakeholders are saying about the different brands. This study will also summarize the strategic issues that the companies and those they are likely to experience in future.
My name is Lakesha Godwin and I am the CUA Case Manager for Miracle Choice.
As seen in exhibit 2 as well, the company’s unit share and dollar share steadily increased minimally from 2005 to 2007. Unit share increased from 21% to 21.3%, while dollar share increased from 15.7% to 16.1%. Similarly, US sales increased in HPL’s Target Markets for skin care, oral hygiene, personal hygiene, and hand and body care from 2003 to 2007, making the package more appealing to the company. With HPL’s sales into its retail channels increasing from 2003 to 2007, in addition to the increase in sales, label shares, and such aspects as revenue, it is evident that the company’s financial performance for the past few years has been favorable.
A few weeks earlier, John M. Case, board chairman, president, and sole owner of the
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products, have attracted a lot of customers throughout the world. The company has a huge
Introduction………. History……… Brand Inventory……… Brand Exploratory……… Gap Analysis……… Recommendations……… Conclusion……… Bibliography………
Strengths of this brand include: it is the 4th largest marketer, brand longevity, and it has a large/high awareness in big cities. Its’ weaknesses are: low market share, low market coverage, limited bottlers’ network, relatively low advertising
In 1988 and 1989 , its market shares were 33% of whole mouth-wash market while it slightly came down to 32.3% in 1990. It is good that the company didn't let its market shares decline despite introduction of new products. But it is also noticeable that the company did not make any progress in its market shares.
Most of the company’s products are closely related in the sense that they are household products such as Always,
The company’s brand recognition is visible globally. It also possesses strong capital resources and has exhibited positive results to its shareholders in the past.