An in-class activity for students to understand which products are more suited to the 4Ps (goods) or the 7Ps (services) marketing mix.
In this activity, students assess how their perception of value – for the exact same product – changes in different situations and environments.
This activity is a marketing trivia quiz for students to complete, primarily as an icebreaker or introduction to marketing in the early week/s of classes.
This is a marketing trivia quiz for students to complete, primarily as an icebreaker or introduction to marketing in the early week/s of classes.
In this activity, students use Kahoot to vote on ten statements with differing views on marketing and then they indicate to what extent they agree/disagree with the statement.
In this exercise, students outline their own understanding of the role marketing – using their own words, rather than a formal definition – to assist with their understanding.
In this reflective task, students need to consider whether the choice of a CFO to run marketing is a logical decision in today’s data-driven business world. The activity links to an article on Twitter’s decision to appoint their CFO to run its marketing department.
Students review quotes from an article on whether marketers can progress to CEO level and what skills sets that they need.
In the marketing career quiz there are 20 questions about work preferences, thinking style and interests. There are three options for each question, students pick the one that best describes them. UPDATED worksheet version.
A discussion exercise designed for students new to marketing. Gets them thinking about the role of marketing, outside of formal definitions.