In this exercise, students are required to review the top-level financials of a small chain of hamburger stores and suggest improvements to their marketing mix.
In this mini case study for a manufacturer of pasta, students are faced with evaluating a choice of four strategic options – which one will they choose?
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 simply need to work out the firm’s unit market share. They have provided with the numbers to help them. It should be a simple exercise, shouldn’t it? Well, perhaps not?
The student task is to evaluate whether the proposed target market for a new luxury service is the best approach.
In this exercise, students consider whether a customer is likely to increase their relationship with a firm over time, by evaluating likelihood of them progressing through a relationship life-cycle path.
In this exercise, the student’s task is to calculate the customer lifetime value (CLV) for two retailers and will also consider the impact of the number of years (that is, the customer’s lifetime) in the calculation.
In this activity, students act as consultants for a music festival, with their task being to develop a strategy to increase attendance and profitability for this annual event.
This case study highlights the experience of two uni graduates have gotten themselves into a business ‘mess’. They are now at the stage of making a major dollar investment, and suddenly they’re not so sure it’s a a good idea.
Students assume the role of a product manager for frozen pizza. They are faced with several strategic choices for which way to grow the product line and its profits.