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    • 7000 stockists and direct coverage in over 1 million retail outlets across India • RS NET : An IT powered system has been implemented to supply stocks to redistribution stockists on a continuous replenishment basis PROMOTION INNOVATIVE PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGNS FOR LIPTON • As the modern consumers are more fitness centric this company introduced new flavours like camomile , hibiscus and green tea • Lipton yellow label tea announced the entry of its jigsaw puzzle for being the “world’s largest online collaborated jigsaw challenge” available on the online space • Since the tea helps you clear your mind and remain sharp , the event was a promotional stratergy for the same PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGNS FOR TAJ MAHAL TEA • 1990: HAZARON MEIN EK TEA was promoted using the baseline“ WahTaj” • Brand ambassador :Tabla maestro Usaad Jakir hussain • 2003 : baseline changed to “subse khaas taj ehsaas” • 2006 : “wah wah Taj” • Sample various teas in a tea tasting guide • Learn the art of making a perfect cup • Become a certified tea connoisseur • Enjoy traditional tea time snacks • Associated…

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    Although we may not ambiguously see the advertisements having subliminal messages in them, the consumer can still be affected by subliminal stimuli. In a study done with the popular iced tea drink, Lipton, out of the two groups in the study one group was shown the words “Lipton Iced Tea.” The group that had “Lipton Iced Tea” displayed reported to be thirsty and wanted a Lipton iced tea after the experiment was over versus the other group that was not displayed the message had no response to the…

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    So em where do you want to go for your birthday dinner my dad asks. today is my birthay. i am 11 years old now . we did went out for the day shopping for stuuff with my birthday money. now I got to chooxe where we eat and i have just the place i mind.i want to go to branns! i say exellent choice you goig to try the the steak he asks. oh yeah i exclaim ***********************************table or booth asks the waiter booth right honey my mom asks me yeah i say dad is there gonna be anything on…

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    Lever Brothers Pakistan. • Changed the name Lever Brothers Pakistan to Unilever in year 2003. • The average per annum consumption of tea is 150 million kilograms. • Lipton enjoys a huge market share. • Unilever caters in three categories which includes • Food Brands • Personal Care Brands • Home Care Brand • BACKGROUND Lipton is a brand of tea, owned by the company Unilever, named after its founder Thomson Lipton. Lipton was launched in Pakistan…

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    Review the exhibition, Lisa Lipton The Impossible Blue Rose, at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery October 1-November 20. ‘Halifax-based artist Lisa Lipton brings together the nine chapters of her film and performance opus THE IMPOSSIBLE BLUE ROSE. Three years in the making, Lipton’s project is the culmination of video, theatre, dance, poetry, sculpture, and more that surfaced on her dreamy and rebellious journey throughout North America. Lipton’s story follows its own path, one of spontaneity…

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    “Multitasking With Smartphones in the College Classroom” by Anne Bradstreet and Rishi Rajesh and the text “Digital Distraction: Shedding Light on the 21st-Century College Classroom” by Lynn S. Aaron, and Talia Lipton deal with the main topic of how smartphone technology has caused major distractions inside of the classroom. The authors want to prove that smartphones do not enhance learning and are very distracting. I would argue that the article “Digital Distraction: Shedding Light on the…

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    Unilever is a multinational fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) company. It is a British-Dutch company which operates in four main categories; Health and personal care (HPC), Refreshments, Food and Home Care. It is the world’s third largest FMCG company operating in several companies. Unilever is the largest producer of food spreads eg. margarine and it’s products are available in around 190 countries. It has research and development facilities in the United Kingdom (2), the Netherlands, China,…

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    There is a common understanding that science and religion interfere with one another. There is a tension that cuts the two in half making them opposites that are unable to reside together. Peter Lipton believes that this doesn’t have to be the case; people can live in both the world of religion and the world of science by using his “Immersion solution.” I believe that his solution has flaws that make it incapable of working on the average person thus, I do not find his idea favorable or even…

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    In 1956 Lever Brothers, Hindustan Vanaspati Manufacturing Company Limited and United Traders Limited merged and became Hindustan Unilever Limited. The headquarters is in Mumbai. Hindustan Unilever Limited offered ten percent equity to the Indian public. It is the first among the foreign subsidiaries to offer the equity to the Indian public. 67.25% equity in the company is owned by the Unilever. Remaining shareholding is distributed among the three lakh individual shareholders and financial…

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    Now What?, into our structure. We are using this resource to determine how much and what types of data will best serve collaborative inquiry and the group’s ultimate outcomes for student achievement (Lipton & Wellman, 2012). All of the members of this team use data in their individual position within the school, therefore, it is important for us to make sure that our data provides a broad and deep view, but that it is not so complex that the becomes overwhelming and unmanageable (Lipton &…

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