The student task is to review survey results of attitudes towards moving to a cashless society and identify how retailers will be able to benefit from this emerging opportunity.
Places and Channels
In this exercise, students need to evaluate how well this manufacturer is progressing with their retailer relationships (in its micro-environment).
In this exercise, students are required to help a traditional hamburger store adapt to the new market environment of more health-conscious consumers. To help guide them, market research data has been presented.
Department stores have tended to be less relevant in today’s environment than in the past. The student task is to identify the various environmental factors that contributed to their downfall.
The task is to match the situation to the appropriate situational factor. This particular exercise examines why a consumer would choose to shop at a more expensive convenience store over a low-cost supermarket.)
The student task in this activity is to review the examples of retailing servicescape in order to identify what the firm is trying to achieve by their particular in-store design.
This case study outlines a new retail store concept, which has proved somewhat disappointing for the two owners. The student task is to evaluate whether they adequately identified a viable target market and also to evaluate the appropriateness of their positioning
Students help a major department store to evaluate their idea for a new CRM program. What advice do they give them?
Students review a retailer who have changed their refund policy – did management make the right decision by reducing staff empowerment? Includes aspects of CRM and CLV.
Why would a large manufacturer want to produce a private label product that will directly compete against their flagship product? Hopefully this activity will provide the answer.