Retail banking

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  • Cooperative Bank Case Study

    No business can survive without customers associated with it. The banking sector is primarily a service industry, hence service to the customers and delivery of right kind of products become necessary to acquire and retain the customers. Over the counter interactions with the customer, ambiance in the bank’s branch premises, employees attitude, and behavior, use of latest technology in day to day banking transactions, banking hours for customers, various products design & product delivery are…

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  • Bitcoin Casinos

    The proper marketing of Bitcoin casinos is becoming an essential part of succeeding in iGaming. In the past, all a casino needed to do to get a piece of the Bitcoin pie was to integrate Bitcoin payment in its infrastructure. That time is long past as more and more gaming sites are recognizing the cryptocurrency’s inherent advantages. Now, casinos should start trying to set themselves apart from their rivals by ensuring their marketing campaign makes their brand look unique and better than the…

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  • Midland Bank Case Study

    their banks and though that banking hours were irrelevant. Almost half of these people did not know who their branch manager was. Lastly, 30% hoped that they could do banking transactions over the phone. Because of this group of people who lost interest in banking transaction, Midland group sought to fix their problems. They created a new business called First Direct, a first 24/7 telephone-based bank. During the early 80’s, the Bank of England introduced the 1979 Banking Act in order to get rid…

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  • Smartix Case Study

    The founder and CEO of Smartix is Vivek Khuller, Smartix is an electronic ticketing system that allows users access to sporting events with a piece of identification. The system functioned by the actual ticket sitting electronically on a computer server. To enter the sporting complex, the user would have to have present a piece of identification to the person at the entrance. They will then type your name in and see if there is a match on the server. If it's a match, you will be allowed to enter…

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  • Costco Consumer Behavior

    The atmosphere of a store creates a positive or negative behavior in the consumers’ mind. The increase in competition has forced retailers to be creative on how they display and arrange their products to attract consumers. Bath and Body Work attraction starts right at the entrance door with an advertisement board; which attracts prospective customers to walk in the store. Once, you get in the store, you are welcomed with a pleasant fragrance and sales representatives. The store has good…

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  • Pestle Analysis For A Store

    Store arranging and configuration has reliably been at the highest priority on our rundown of things retailers need to do while keeping in mind the end goal to have an effective store. Merchandise will sell itself when a store 's plan is great, yet when it 's not, even the best product can be expected to sit on the racks gathering dust. The reason for a store 's plan is not only to look beautiful. Its motivation is to make a situation that draws in clients, lures them to invest energy in the…

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  • BAWAG Case Study

    limited bank and is an entity in the financial and insurance sector. Established in 1922 in Austria, it has its headquarters in the capital city - Vienna. Some of the services that it offers are investment banking, commercial banking, private banking and asset management. BAWAG offers online banking facility along with online support for customers. Few years ago, BAWAG suffered a huge amount of losses owing to having used unreasonable investment tactics in off-balance-sheet medium. It also lent…

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  • Benefits Of Electronic Banking

    years Electronic banking technologies have multiplied with products available such as ATMS, contactless payments, internet banking, banking apps and the ability to store cards to devices. This has led to the adoption of customers because of its efficacy and increasing ease to use but also as it cuts costs, stays competitive and attracts new customers from a business point of view. In agreeance Hogarth et al. (2004) claim that been the years of 2002 and early 2005 online banking increased 47…

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  • Job Shadowing/Informational Interview

    Henry Okpo Col 111 Job shadowing/ informational interview assignment I was able to job shadow and interviewed Mr. Elijah Bankole who is the Manager Deb consultant and entertainment firm in Minneapolis, who took me through his typical day at work. Elijah is the head manager of a 5 member team, whom jobs are to organize musical concept, Artist management and event consultant, the firm main operation office is located downtown St. Paul MN. Management consultancy is open to graduates from…

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  • Cyber Criminals

    Over the past twenty years the banking system has changed and become more efficient for bank customers. Twenty years ago bank customers could not login to their bank account on the Internet and transfer money. However, as the Internet has developed so has online banking. As more people use online banking services the amount of cyber criminals that focus on accessing bank accounts has increased. To log into a bank account in the U.S. a password and security question is needed, in other countries…

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