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    The importance of the clock within Dadaist art must not be forgotten within the context of the rest of the collage. As an uplifting symbol of positive industrial relations, timepieces—both manufactured by humanity while also symbolizing mankind’s ability to create something that can analyze the natural world better than its creator—also come with a negative connotation of the horrors of modernity: labor hours and how they tie in with the oppression of the working class. Das schöne Mädchen’s pocket watch hints at both the venerated and the horrific aspects of industrialized time, slipping in with the similarly sized and shaped BMW logos, existing as both a symbol of luxury and mankind’s dominion over distance and the natural world, while also reinforcing the remembrance of those who work in factories to produce such a…

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    Apple Case Study

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    The management team does not reveal the ideas for a Blue Ocean strategy. I believe that Apple news does not change BMW grand plan. It is just another small bell for internal teams to see where the wind is blowing. Nevertheless, the popularity of services like Uber and Lyft are increasing. BMW need to start locking the positions on potential investments, building solid relationships with critical component suppliers, and implement the public transportation Blue Ocean strategy quicker. For…

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    Allianz's Business Model

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    About Allianz Allianz SE Allianz SE was found by Wilhelm Finck and Carl Thieme in 1890 and its headquarters are in Munich Germany. It is engaged in the provision of insurance and investment advisory services. Its business includes four different segments; life/health, property-casualty, asset management, and corporate and other. The life/health segment offers endowment and term insurance, annuities, unit-linked and investment-oriented products, long-term care insurance, and private and…

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    Michelin Pilot Sport 3

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    with improved steering response allows you to safely power through the harshest conditions. Bridgestone Turanza ER300 is an executive tourer, and comes as a run flat option in some sizes. • Advanced water shedding for safer performance in wet conditions • Excellent steering response and stability • Advanced tread pattern • Quiet, smooth performance Michelin Pilot Super Sport The Michelin Pilot Super Sport has been developed with BMW Motorsport, Ferrari and Porsche, and is engineered for…

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    Honda Jazz Case Study

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    ABSTRACT Given Articles talks about the automobile industry of India in which Honda Jazz makes a another entry with dual variant cars segment in India i.e. both Diesel as well as Petrol version to compete with cars like Maruti Suzuki Swift and Hyundai Motor Elite i20 in the price range of 5.3 to 8 lakh and India became the first country where Jazz is going to launch a diesel version engine. As in Asia 30% sales of Honda motors is contributed by India so they are very optimistic in investing in…

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    Mercedes Benz Case Study

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    Introduction Mercedes-Benz is a multinational brand of the German maker Daimler AG, the brand is utilized for extravagance vehicles, transports, mentors, and trucks. Mercedes-Benz is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. The name initially showed up in 1926 under Daimler-Benz which is generally viewed as the main vehicles. Mercedes-Benz is a piece of the "German Big 3" extravagance automakers, alongside Audi and BMW, which are the three top of the line extravagance automakers on the planet…

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    Case Study: Aston Martin

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    Selling premium cars can be a winning business strategy. Procedures of selling cars at higher prices require different marketing approaches than those used to sell cheaper vehicles. Marketing strategy for a deluxe car brand needs to exalt the quality of the car, and make a remarkable difference in the performance. The brand of the luxury car chosen is Aston Martin. British luxury carmaker Aston Martin has been in the business since 1914 and is known for its product placements in popular…

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    BMW: The Ultimate Driving Machine BMW produces vehicles that exceed the average customers’ expectations of luxury. With the slogan of, “The Ultimate Driving Machine,” BMW has become extremely popular both nationally and globally. BMW customers, the rich, with lavish lifestyles of luxurious collections, became loyal in between the 1980’s-1990’s when they introduced 3 series that were differentiated only by size. What about the consumer that couldn’t afford that type of luxury? This paper will…

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    Product Portfolio Strategy Hyundai Hyundai has a wide range of cars in their vehicle line up. Their product line includes domestic cars, SUVs, Economical cars and Commercial vehicles. Cars include Centennial, Genesis, Genesis Coupe, Azera, Sonata, i40, i40 sedan, Elantra, Elantra Coupe, i30, i30 wagon, i30 3DR , Veloster, Veloster turbo, Accent, Accent 5DR, ix20, i20 5DR, i20 3DR, HB20, Grand i10, New Generation i10 and Eon. The SUV models are Grand Santa Fe, Santa Fe and Tucson. The Economy…

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    Baby Boomers Case Study

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    Baby Boomers are the generation with the largest discretionary income which makes them today's largest consumer of luxury products. The luxury car brands preferred by Baby Boomers are Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, while Millennial prefer Mercedes-Benz and Tesla. Millennial habits are forcing luxury brands to change their offerings from simple products to technology-driven interactive experiences. Overview The concept of luxury and what is perceived as a premium brand varies from generation to…

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