Shopper Marketing

Author: Paul Barnett
Publisher: Business Expert Press
ISBN: 1631573586
Size: 66.49 MB
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The book follows the story of the Big Beverage Company, a large multinational company, whose main source of profit is coffee. Their growth has stalled though in the face of increased competition from private label brands, and consumption shifts to different channels. As their growth has slowed so too the total categories, and so one afternoon their biggest retail customer, Shopmart, calls to ask for their help in getting the category growing again. This sets the Big Beverage Company and their management team on a journey from being a brand-focused business, to one that understands how a broader emphasis on the category and its shoppers can lead to greater growth for themselves and their retail partners.

The Shopper Marketing Revolution

Author: Mike Anthony
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781939418272
Size: 30.28 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The consumer goods industry accounts for 20 percent of the world's gross domestic product (GDP)-that's over $14 trillion in turnover. And yet the industry isn't growing! It lags behind global GDP growth, and the latest figures suggest that the world's top 250 consumer goods manufacturers lost nearly $38 billion in profit in 2011 compared to the previous year. As growth declines, profit margins erode and leading players are caught in a perfect storm: hyper competition, the growth of mega-retailers, explosive increases in input costs, talent shortages, and the declining effectiveness of traditional marketing methods all suck profits from a once vibrant and progressive industry. Industry thought leaders see an urgent need for change. In The Shopper Marketing Revolution, shopper marketing pioneers Mike Anthony and Toby Desforges analyze why the industry needs to change and provide managers in the field with the practical advice and proven techniques they'll need to revolutionize their businesses. Mike and Toby introduce the five-step Total Marketing model, an approach that creates coherent links between the end consumer and the in-store environment. Total marketing represents a fundamental shift in the way marketing works. It will help businesses understand how to respond to the reality of the 21st century-transforming the way they market their brands and relate to retail customers.

Shopper Marketing

Author: Markus Ståhlberg
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749464720
Size: 77.71 MB
Format: PDF
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Shopper Marketing details how marketers can influence the buying decision in-store. The 35 contributors from top companies around the world have packed the book with practical advice on shopper needs and trends, retail environments, effective packaging and much more to equip product and brand managers, packaging experts, merchandising specialists and more with the tools they need to be successful in this field of sales promotion. The second edition of Shopper Marketing has been fully updated to include a new forward by marketing guru Philip Kotler and 12 new articles that reflect the current changes in the fast growing area, focusing specifically on the international scope, the online presence and the future of shopper marketing. New case studies from India, China, Brazil and Japan also add to the depth and breadth of the first edition.

Shopper Marketing 101

Author: Nitish Rai Gupta
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9384898104
Size: 57.31 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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What is the difference between a consumer and a shopper? Does your brand appeal to both of them? How does shopper behaviour differ from consumer behaviour? How important are 'channels' and 'retailers' in your brand's success? What is the science behind winning with shoppers and retailers? Shopper Marketing 101 successfully answers these questions and gives you a simple blue print that can help you make your brand plans such that you not only partner with the retail channel but also effectively win with the shopper. There are a plethora of books on marketing and branding today. However, there are not many books that can help your brand win in the retail space. This has become especially important today as retailers (brick and mortar as well as click and mortar) now have become powerful intermediaries and play a critical role in ensuring that your brand reaches its intended consumers via their shoppers. This book leverages real world examples and experiences to help you understand the basics of shopper marketing.

Retail Marketing Strategy

Author: Constant Berkhout
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749476923
Size: 16.82 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Basing shopper marketing strategy on customer insights is what differentiates market leading retail brands from weaker competitors. Many retail organizations lack business development and strategic departments that collect experiences, set benchmarks and create models and manuals. Retail Marketing Strategy makes the information available to drive new ways of thinking and make retail practice more agile for everyone. Taking in five key capabilities required for retail excellence, namely in-store execution; organizational development; fact-driven decision making; multi-channel operations, and understanding customers, Retail Marketing Strategy answers some of the most difficult questions in retail including how to innovate to develop new ways to interact with customers across multiple channels, and how to replicate online success stories from other sectors. Practical steps are put forward for collating and interpreting the data generated in shopper activity, helping to make sense of trends and build effective strategy. Guidance is based throughout on neuromarketing research, providing a clear framework for building in experiential elements such as scent or music into the retail environment to really engage with consumers on an emotional level. If you are a marketing, branding or supply chain professional working in retail seeking straightforward and research-driven techniques for building lasting customer loyalty, or you are responsible for driving retail strategy in your organization, let Retail Marketing Strategy be your guide.

Consumer Behavior Theories

Author: Rajagopal
Publisher: Business Expert Press
ISBN: 1947441159
Size: 20.28 MB
Format: PDF
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This book critically examines and analyzes the classical and neoclassical behavioral theories in reference to consumer decision-making across the business cultures. Discussions in the book present new insights on drawing contemporary interpretations to the behavioral theories of consumers, and guide the breakthrough strategies in marketing.

Shopper Marketing

Author: Daniel J. Flint
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0133481425
Size: 74.59 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The shopper marketing methodology is a powerful, complete approach for satisfying target consumer demand at the point of maximum influence, and thereby driving consumers to purchase. It gives companies a far deeper understanding how consumers behave as shoppers, and leverages this intelligence across the entire supply chain to benefit all stakeholders: companies, brands, consumers, retailers, and shoppers. Shopper marketing requires supply chain partners to smoothly integrate complex sets of marketing and sales tools, in order to engage shoppers, build brand equity, and persuade shoppers when they move into "shopping mode." Internally, it also demands deeper coordination of R and D, marketing innovation, operations, logistics, and distribution. It isn't easy, but it offers remarkable, proven results that are virtually unachievable any other way. In Shopper Marketing , three of the field's pioneering innovators and consultants bring together state-of-the-art insights, strategic approaches, and supply chain execution methods for successfully employing shopper marketing initiatives throughout your organization. Dan Flint, Chris Hoyt and Nancy Swift clearly explain what shopper marketing is, and why it is critical for marketers to master. They review each of its six objectives and eight foundational principles, demonstrating how to adapt and apply it in your environment, overcome obstacles, and systematically create value along your entire "path to purchase." Drawing on their unsurpassed consulting experience, they also assess emerging trends and their implications, helping you deepen customer loyalty, extend competitive advantage, and improve profitability for years to come.

Shopper Marketing

Author: Markus Ståhlberg
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749464720
Size: 18.63 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 4090

Shopper Marketing details how marketers can influence the buying decision in-store. The 35 contributors from top companies around the world have packed the book with practical advice on shopper needs and trends, retail environments, effective packaging and much more to equip product and brand managers, packaging experts, merchandising specialists and more with the tools they need to be successful in this field of sales promotion. The second edition of Shopper Marketing has been fully updated to include a new forward by marketing guru Philip Kotler and 12 new articles that reflect the current changes in the fast growing area, focusing specifically on the international scope, the online presence and the future of shopper marketing. New case studies from India, China, Brazil and Japan also add to the depth and breadth of the first edition.

Inside The Mind Of The Shopper

Author: Herb Sorensen
Publisher: FT Press
ISBN: 013430781X
Size: 51.63 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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World-Renowned Shopper Scientist Dr. Herb Sorensen Reveals: How Today’s Shoppers Think, Behave, and Buy New Insights for Creating High-Profit Retail Experiences! In retail, there’s only one number one. It’s not Wal-Mart or Costco, or even Amazon: It’s the shopper. To create high-profit retail experiences, you need to know exactly how your shopper thinks, feels, and acts at the point of purchase. Dr. Herb Sorensen illuminates today’s consumer behavior in the context of radical technological and societal changes that are transforming retail. Building on these deep consumer insights, Sorensen introduces revolutionary new approaches to improving performance in self-service retail—whatever you sell, via bricks or clicks. You’ll discover today’s best ways to get the right items to the right customers when they want them… surpass the expectations of customers trained by online retail… own every consumer “moment of truth”! New coverage includes: Converging clicks and bricks into a super-high-efficiency retail engine Building the “webby store”: visually managing every display like a web page Bringing product and shopper together via optimized navigation and search Measuring and promoting shopper efficiency Motivating long-cycle purchases: cars, tech, appliances, apparel, and more Speeding today’s shoppers from “want” to “need”

Retail Marketing And Branding

Author: Jesko Perrey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118489519
Size: 60.77 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Retail Marketing and Branding, 2nd Edition looks at how retailers can make more out of their marketing money with retail best practices in branding and marketing spend optimization. The second edition of Retail Marketing and Branding includes the following updates: * New and updated case examples * Updated figures and examples throughout * New interviewers with recent experiences * Additional chapters