In this activity, there are five different market segments have been identified for the sports shoe market. Students need to assess the most attractive segment and then construct a top-level marketing mix.
A firm have introduced a new snack product and students need to identify the best brand name and product positioning (from lists provided).
Students are provided with a name of a brand persona and assess what information about the segment is provided by the name itself. A helpful exercise for understanding segments and personas.
In this introduction to segmentation (and viable segments) students review information for 12 consumers and split them into segments. It sounds simple, but is it?
This exercise is designed to give students a good sense of how to use perceptual maps effectively from a marketing perspective. Students will need access to Excel and the free mapping template.
In this activity, students are presented with consumer perception data, along with an easy-to-use Excel perceptual mapping tool, to determine the relative positioning of competing brands
The centerpiece of decision-making is based around a SWOT planning sheet that is automatically produced and updated as the game progresses. Check out some screenshots of the key components of the planning sheet.
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This 3rd installment in the Sim Game series takes the experience to a whole new level. This game is suitable for advanced marketing students to be played over a semester or term.
This page has some guidance for instructors on which marketing concepts will be highlighted by playing the Sim Games in class. This is helpful for reinforcing concepts after the game/s is concluded.