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    of income and accumulation, which is the use, destruction or purchase of goods or services. Since the early age, consumptions has been an act can be executed by families, companies or other economic actors plants, or even animals in order to meet their survival needs. Taking into account the nature of the needs met, the consumption can be classified into essential and superfluous. “The essential amounts refer to the satisfaction of basic needs, or the purchase and use of goods essential to our survival, such as food, clothing and education.”(317). On the contrary, superfluous consumption or luxury based on the…

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    Since P&G products were classified as a Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCGs), so there will have many potential risk might be faced by P&G in the future. Below are some of the potential risk P&G companies might face: a. New market target segments Low market growth was the result of developed market had matured which was stated on the Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) Matrix stud. P&G currently is experiencing low rate of market growth and high relative market share which was in the ‘Cash Cow’…

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    Bala, 2012). Patanjali Ayurved has risen amidst this competition riding on innovation, alternate marketing techniques and cheap good quality products (Pandey and Sah, 2016). The purpose of the paper is to explore the supply chain of Ayurvedic giant – Patanjali. The paper shall trace the journey of the brand and explore the distinguishing approaches that have bought it in the league of reputed FMCG brands. The research is qualitative in nature and based on primary data collection. It includes…

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    The management needs to emphasize on the need of making healthy foods available such as whole grains, proteins from natural sources such as eggs and poultry and fruits to enable the students to make the right choice on the foods that they ought to undertake. Additionally, the management of the institutions needs to contract suppliers of the healthy foods to enable them to supply the institutions at a relatively lower price. Buying the foods cheaper would result in relatively more reasonable…

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    business model at the time, especially in the consumer PC industry. When thinking about electronics, there is usually a clear distinction between the company that assembles the devices and the company that resells them for profit. This is usually the case when the manufacturing company does not have the expertise to manage the distribution channels required for efficiently reaching customers. Dell watched closely this model for years and identified a profitable customer segment that valued PC…

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    Part I Hup Seng Industries Berhad was founded in 1958; Hup Seng was listed as a public limited company on 4th October 1991. On 23rd April the company received its certificate of commencement. Hup Seng’s vision and mission are to be able to produce quality fast moving consumer products and to be market leaders in fast moving consumer products. Few branches have been set up around Malaysia, such as Kelantan, Kuala Lumpur, Kuantan, Butterworth, Kedah and Ipoh. It has around approximately 10 sales…

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    growth opportunities that had the fast food industry and how is constantly innovating to survive in this changing world, it will be explored from the weakness of this highly mechanized industry, which has remained hidden, with the consent of the some government agencies, for US consumers and the world in general. This analysis will consider the movie "Fast Food Nation" and the documentary " Super Size Me", which shows how some corporations largely control the food supply, and often prioritize…

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    Johnson Marketing Mix

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    My Chosen Organisation Johnson & Johnson was founded in 1886 and has put the needs and well-being of its staff and customers first for over 130 years. The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies offers the world’s largest range of consumer healthcare products. (https://www.jnj.com/healthcare-products) and they have also made substantial contributions to the medical industry for many years which include products aiding surgery and Janssen Pharmaceutical products which help combat some of…

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    Trace how you might go through the steps in the consumer decision process if you were thinking of going on a diet and using either of these diet programs. Make sure that at each stage you discuss how the marketers can attempt to influence you. (2.5 points -- 0.5 each step). As a consumer, you would go through five steps before deciding which product you want to purchase, which are: Need recognition- Marketers tell us the need to lose weight through suggestive advertising, media, garments,…

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    Difference between Matsushita and Sony products Matsushita products are considered more functional. Their company focuses on a customer intimate approach. Sony, unlike Matsushita, is considered a product leader. Their goods are innovative and highly technical. Since Sony is constantly coming out with new technologies, they are able to sell their prices higher than other companies. Other companies attempt to imitate Sony’s products and produce them at a lower manufacturing cost which lowers the…

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