In this activity, students will review the new product development process for the launch of the KFC Zinger sandwich (burger) range in 2017 into the USA market. Students need to consider the role of KFC’s new product and outline the key steps that the firm undertook in their product development process.
In this discussion case, students of marketing strategy will examine whether a campaign to block competitive moves is warranted? This case looks at Crystal Pepsi vs Tab Clear.
In this discussion exercise, students can role-play and debate the unique marketing challenges associated with different classes of consumer products.
This teaching activity is designed for small groups of students to discuss the value of the consumer products classification scheme.
In February 2012 the Pepsi Next product was launched into the US market. This case study provides students with an interesting insight into PepsiCo’s new product process and some of the challenging decisions that they faced along the way. ACTIVITY/TASK Pepsi Next Case Study Introduction Pepsi Next was launched by PepsiCo into the US … See the full teaching activity…
This mini case study profiles the successful launch of a new photo printing firm, which has successfully tapped into the new internet and digital world, with an innovated Facebook related photo product.
This task uses a profit/loss table to highlight a firm that has dramatically increased its profitability in a few years. But they have focused on a short-term, not long-term, basis and students need to determine what impact this may have?
Students review several key strategic points about Apple, in order to identify the role of their strategic capabilities.
This task reviews a statement was released by Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, which is effectively framed as a mission statement. The student task is to review it and determine what it indicates about Apple and their future direction.
In 2005, Coca-Cola introduced Coke Zero, a zero calorie version of their flagship product. This product did extraordinary well, but what launch and implementation challenges did they face?