2 | Explain the organisation of the advertising and promotions industry. | 5 | P 1.3 | Assess how promotion is regulated. | 7 | P 1.4M 1 | Examine current trends in advertising and promotion.How has the ICT impact the above organisation’s advertising and promotion. | 9 | Requirement 2 | P 2.1 | Explain the role of advertising in an integrated promotional strategy for a business or product decisions. | 13 | P 2.2 | Explain branding and how it is used to strengthen a business or product. | 14
LT N G N G B P . 6 E Q U I 0 M A A A1 /I 9 9 • R A N D 5 – 1 0 T Y PEKKA TUOMINEN Managing Brand Equity ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to discuss and elaborate the main issues encountered in managing brand equity. In order to achieve this purpose, we first analyse the concept of brand equity; second, we provide a comprehensive framework for managing brand equity; and finally, we distinguish different ways to leverage and measure brand equity. The concept of brand equity emerged in
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599 Guide to using the case studies The main text of this book includes 87 short illustrations and 15 case examples which have been chosen to enlarge speciﬁc issues in the text and/or provide practical examples of how business and public sector organisations are managing strategic issues. The case studies which follow allow the reader to extend this linking of theory and practice further by analysing the strategic issues of speciﬁc organisations in much greater depth – and often providing ‘solutions’
marketing. Given these characteristics, they enjoyed only temporary sales spurts during recessionary times. No more. While still offering so-called price brands, retailers are also increasingly offering private label brands at the high end of the business. Such brands are competitive with national brands in quality and marketing support but have substantial cost advantages - in part because the cost of the brand management team, sales force, and advertising is lower and can be spread over hundreds
certainly generates a higher market value than the other arts, although a comprehensive market size for music in all its manifestations is impossible to calculate. Key Note has put a value of £3.03bn on consumer spending on music in 2005, derived from three sectors: recorded music (which accounts for the bulk of the market), live music and musical instruments. However, data for other related markets are included, such as equipment for home listening and viewing. Recorded music dominates, but this large