Metabical Case

5160 Words Apr 11th, 2013 21 Pages
Table Of Contents 1.0 2.0 3.0 Introduction Executive Summary Situation Analysis 3.1 Identification Of The Problem 3.2 Market Analysis 3.3 SWOT Analysis 3.4 Target Market Marketing Communication Strategy 4.1 Marketing Communication Plan/Objectives 4.2 Marketing Budget 4.3 Schedule for Key Marketing Communication Activities 4.4 Promotional Strategies 4.4.1 Advertising Strategies 4.4.2 Promotion and Public Relations 4.4.3 Sales Force 4.4.4 Comprehensive Support Program 4.5 Product Strategies 4.6 Distribution Strategies 4.7 Pricing Strategies 4.7.1 Potential Customer 4.7.2 Sales Forecast 4.7.3 Return on Investment (ROI) Conclusion

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INTRODUCTION Cambridge Science Pharmaceuticals (CSP) was an International health
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In this report, Printup will provide all recommendations for the successfull marketing communication strategy and to ensure the long-term steady demand for Metabical. 3.1 IDENTIFICATION OF THE PROBLEM OVERVIEW OF OVERWEIGHT ISSUES IN THE UNITED STATE Excess weight is considered a public health crisis in the U.S, with approximately 65% of the entire adult population categorized as overweight, obese, or severely obese. Being overweight is related to a number of serious health complications, and according to the American Obesity Association in 2005, ³the second leading cause of preventable death in U.S. In addition to health risks, overweight individuals endure a significant social stigma as well as outright discrimination. Laziness and self indulgence are common stereotypes associated with this group. Many overweight people feel like social outcasts. The professional life of an overweight individual could also be negatively affected, as excess weight has been found to adversely influence, hiring decisions, wages, and promotions. Researchers and health care professionals measure excess weight using the Body Mass Index (BMI) scale. The BMI scale, which calculates the relationship between weight and height associated with body fat and health risk, is appropriate for both men and women. It has three BMI categories of excess weight for adults:overweight (25 to 30); obese (30 to 40); and severely, or morbidly obese (over 40). According to CDC
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