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    2.3 Marketing Strategies Nowadays, the marketing concept has been broadened to have a strategic role in overall firm’s strategy rather than being just a part of functional management, this overlapping between marketing and strategic management has resulted in the increase of managers awareness about the importance of initiating marketing strategies in order to be able to compete effectively in the market. Hamper & Baugh (1990) offered a very interesting definition of strategic marketing, which says:

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    I become a KFC franchisee? Initial Franchise Fee =  Monthly Service Fee (Royalties) =  Advertising = $45,000 (if you open a KT multi-brand restaurant, the fees will be $75,000)  5 percent (5%) of Gross Sales 5 percent (5%) of Gross Sales (Includes national and local contributions) The above amounts do not include the initial investment required to construct the restaurant building, training expenses, grand opening expenses or opening inventory. Please refer to the KFC Franchise Disclosure

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    Kentucky Fried Chicken offers the convenience of a ready made home-style family meal to be enjoyed at dinner time within the comfort of your home. The latest illustration of this family orientated strategy is an advert which is currently being aired on television, where a mother arrives at home, presumably from work, only to find that her beautiful, neat, decent looking daughter has invited her scruffy, thuggish, gangster looking boyfriend. The camera

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    Principles of Marketing: Marketing basically involves a series of processes that focus on determining customers' wants and then providing the necessary product to them. This process can also be regarded as the procedure of developing and implementing initiatives that are geared toward identifying, expecting, and satisfying the wants and demands of customers in a way that also generates profits. Marketing not only contains several important principles but it also consists of four major elements

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    5 C. The Organization 7 D. The Marketing Strategy 9 V. Problems Found in Situational Analysis 10 A. Statement of primary problem. 10 B. Statement of secondary problem 12 C. Statement of tertiary problem. 13 VI. Formulate, evaluate, and record alternative course(s) of action 14 A. Strategic Alternative 1 14 1. Benefits 14 2. Costs 15 B. Strategic Alternative 2 16 1. Benefits 16 2. Costs 19 C.

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    Path from a research-orientated organization into retail oriented business • Strategic business decision regarding marketing plan for SwitchBlade Pro o Inability to convert free subscribers to paid subscribers o Whether to accept The FightWare Proposal as a part of marketing campaign o Whether to do in-house promotional SwitchBlade Pro gaming competition as a part of marketing campaign Situation

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    The concepts of marketing are adopted by Indian industries with great interest. The prime reason behind this is that India is developed as a mixed economy country hence it posses several feature of a free marketing economy due to the participation of private sector in a very wide range of indus¬trial and commercial activities. It is observed [hat in recent years, the functions of marketing in India have got tremendous changes. It is being recognized as a profession. Marketing now means the creation

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    SAMPLE PLAN Sample Marketing Plan for BUSN319 Student Marketing Plan for BAGELS BY THE BAY A Marketing Plan Presented by: Jamie Johnson DeVry University Abstract The marketing plan for Bagels by the Bay covers all the necessary marketing elements for a successful business. It does an especially good job of positioning the business in the marketplace due to a fine SWOT analysis combined with some excellent target marketing strategy. Table of Contents

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    STRATEGIC PLAN WINTER 2005 Mission Statement The mission of the Davidson College Laundry is to provide laundry services to students, college departments, and private individuals.  By doing so in a convenient, timely, personalized and financially responsible manner, the College Laundry enables students to spend more time in academic and extra-curricular pursuits and effectively supports departmental activity.  Services include the care and handling of personal clothing, bed linens, dry cleaning

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