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    Crocs, Inc. headquarters 7477 E. Dry Creek Pkwy. Niwot, CO, 80503 United States (303) 848-7000 http://www.crocs.com Feb 20, 2007 Dr. Miri Renert Head of the English Department The College of Management - Academic Studies (COMAS) 7 Yitzhak Rabin Blvd.  Rishon LeZion 7502501  Israel RE: Crocs marketing mix and SWOT analysis Dear Dr. Renert, In response to your letter, here is information about Crocs marketing mix, SWOT analysis, challenges and an alternative strategy. Our

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    UNIVERSITY CROCS, INC. Case Study Report ¹ SUBMITTED TO PROF. NEIL COHEN School of Business and Public Management The George Washington University BY Anil Kumar Cheerla FINA 6224 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT WASHINGTON, DC January 26, 2011 Q1: Consider which comparable peers are good matches and use them to perform a multiples analysis, calculating and defending an estimate of Crocs value. Soln: Comparable companies analysis – Done to determine appropriate valuation multiple for Crocs, Inc.

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    Crocs Case Analysis This case analysis will discuss Crocs, Inc. core competencies and explain how Croc should exploit these competencies in the future. There will be an examination of options and an identified recommended choice (i.e. further vertical integration, growth by acquisition, or growth by product extension). In addition, there will be a review of the alternatives that fit and do not fit within the company’s core competencies. Finally, there will be a recommendation on how Crocs should

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    student-Kuwait-July2012 Crocs Shoes itself in Global Supply Chain Abstract: Crocs, Inc. is a U.S. based shoe designer, manufacturer, and retailer that launched its business in 2002 selling Crocs™ brand casual plastic clogs with straps in a variety of solid, bright colors, Crocs™ introduced an innovative shoe made of a revolutionary material called Croslite™ technology which held unique characteristics that allowed it to perform on both land and in water. The company created its own fashion

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    The purpose of this report is to evaluate the reasons behind the success of Crocs through its core competencies and the analysis of our recommendations. Crocs has been a phenomenal success and there are two reasons that can be attributed to this—our Croslite technology and supply chain. By using different marketing theories such as Porter’s 5 forces and the marketing mix theories, we have uncovered the reasons why Crocs have decided to invest in these strategies. The recommendations raised in this

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    Crocs Case Study

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    The history of Crocs can be roughly summed up as three friends that pursued an idea and it worked. Crocs established in 2002 after three friends took a fishing trip to the Caribbean. Lyndon “Duke” Hanson, Scott Seamans and George Boedecker, were so impressed with the slip-resistant foam shoes, they decided to sell the Canadian produced clog shoes manufactured by Finproject NA out of a leased warehouse in Florida. The friends choose the name Croc to “capture the amphibious nature of the product.”

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    Research Paper On Crocs

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    CROCS have some competitors: TBL, NKE, DECK and so on. All of these competitors have strong abilities. For example, in NKE’ 2010 annual report, great spirits of innovation and inspiration have been showed. What’s more, NKE got a great development during the year: NKE delivered record profitability. NKE not only pay attention to the quality, but also attach importance to comfort and appearance. Wearing NKE always makes people feel comfortable and sporting. CROCS do three things to counter the competition

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    CROCS: REVOLUTIONIZING AN INDUSTRY’S SUPPLY CHAIN FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE BHOOSHAN PARIKH CBS FTMBA 2008-09 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TERM PAPER 3/16/2009 Case Study This paper analyses and discusses the supply chain process of Crocs Inc. in a competitive and dynamic footwear industry. The paper critically evaluates the existing supply chain of the company against its current performance and changing market conditions and explains reasons for loss of competitive advantage of the company

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    My fellow students and I were asked to answer four questions related to the Stanford Graduate School of Business Case: GS-57. The Case title “CROCS (A): REVOLUTIONIZING AN INDUSTRY’S SUPPLY CHAIN MODEL FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE” presents how the Crocs Company changed the footwear industry. The following is the questions and answers relative to this assignment. 1. What are Croc’s core competencies? Investopedia defines core competencies as “the main strengths or strategic advantages of a business

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