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  • Sports Car The Vietnam Case Study Of Maserati Ghibli Vietnam

    variant returns a potential of 271hp at 4000 rpm and the torque of 600Nm at 2000-2600 rpm, proving its sporty soul on the road. Appropriate for long distance traveling, the petrol variants are equipped with 80-litre fuel tank capacity while the diesel variant consists of 70-litre fuel tank capacity. Turning to the performance of the sedan, it touches a maximum acceleration of 100 km in a time range of…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Germany

    When I was a little girl my mom never let me ride on a motorcycle. When I was an exchange student in Germany, everything changed. During my first three months there I had already tried new food, met new people, and started to learn a new language. I was feeling invincible from all these new experiences. I wanted to try everything possible during that year, because I wanted to keep this phenomenal feeling up. One day my host father, Burkhard, invited me to go on a tour that was a tradition for…

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  • YG Case Study: Brand Yg

    1. Brand YG taking over Z2 and the reasons for the takeover? Company X produces luxury fashion brand – YG - The Y generation. The brand is hugely successful in the UAE and GCC market with a market share of 30% in the medium fashion brand market. The Brand is solely owned by a family business in Dubai. The brand was established in 1995 and was hugely successful during the financial crisis period, as customers preferred the ‘not so expensive brands’ during the crisis period. The brand’s market…

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  • Case Study: Tata Nano: The People's Car

    as a game changer in the auto industry in India as the least expensive vehicle a “car for everyone” it lacked a clear pricing strategy, market segmentation strategy, and an import-export strategy. II. Situation Analysis 5 c’s Company: A conglomerate that has international ties to engineering, energy, information systems, materials, services, consumer products, and chemicals. Tata is the 6th largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in the world. They own Jaguar and Land Rover. They are…

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  • Hyundai-reta Car Insurance Case Study

    came into appearance on July 2015 in India. The new premium SUV has a strong outer structure made of Advanced High Strength Steel and Ultra High Strength Steel. The refined modern look adds to the charm of the vehicle. So if you own this car, it is important to have an appropriate vehicle insurance policy. Hyundai Motor offers comprehensive car insurance policies that are very essential for your smart Hyundai Creta car. Many insurance companies are tied-up with Hyundai Motor and offers policies…

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  • Case Study: BMW: The Ultimate Driving Machine

    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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  • Louis Vuitton Case Study

    Louis Vuitton in India Louis Vuitton is a fashion and leather goods vendor owned by the LVMH Group which is headquartered in Paris, France. LVMH is divided into various businesses ranging from wines and spirits to perfumes and cosmetics. In total, LVM owns 60 brands in its portfolio. Louis Vuitton began its operations by selling flat top trunks and leather bags that were recognized for their quality and durability. Louis Vuitton sells its merchandise directly to consumers through their own…

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  • LVMH In China Case Study

    Case Study #3 – LVMH in China: Cracks Its Empire of Desire? Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) is a leader in luxury products and the Chinese elite love to purchase the luxury products to flaunt their wealth and prestige. However, over the last few years, the Chinese customers have been traveling to France and other European countries to purchase their LVMH products in China are twice as expensive because the prices are lower in Europe and China has high luxury taxes and the euro is weak. With…

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  • The Importance Of Hope In Ernest J. Gaines's A Lesson Before Dying

    The most life- changing invention differs from person to person. Some might argue the most life- changing invention is the telephone, while others might argue it is the invention of vehicles. For me, it is the invention of the light bulb. Due to the invention of the light bulb, people have access to light whenever they desire, and they have no need to rely on the sunshine. Needless to say, this invention has changed everybody’s lives and light has became known as a beacon of hope in our society…

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  • Baby Boomers Case Study

    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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