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Stefanny Guzman 5th Bil. #3

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Tabla de contenido Pictionary..................................3 pictionary.................................4 Pictinary.................................7 Summarize.................................8 summarize................................9 summarize.............................12

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Pictionary:

let us see the bountiful in this country. BountifulProviding a large amount ofThey good things.

headaches

Things that cause difficults. She has a lot of headaches.

Official rules or the act of controlling something. regulation In my house are a lot of regulations.

I’m going to rework my essay because is too little. or service. reworkingChanging or improving a product

Getting rid of things which are no longer useful They or arewanted. scrapping these things.

scrapping 4


To examine a machine and repairThey any are faulty giving parts. service to my daddy’s car. service

Guarantees: written promises to repair or replace products a fault of two years. The T.V.that hasdevelop a warrantie warranties

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Quality: The total quality management was developed by an American, W. Edwards Deming, in the 1940’s, but was first taken up by the Japanese, that revive their post-war industry. Following, many American companies began to use it in the 1980’s. The quality involves an attitude and a corporate culture that are dedicated to providing products and services. A company should do the right things, and do them right, the first time and every time. The total quality management requires all staff to be involved in the search for continuously improving quality, in all the business’s activities.

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Products: The products are divided in: 1.

Products, products lines and product mixes: the product is anything that can be offered to a market that might satisfy a want or need.

Group of closely related products, sold to the same customer and the same outlets. This generally at different stages of their life cycles.

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Branding: a brand is a name, or a symbol, or a logo that could distinguishes products and services from others competition and it would makes consumers can remember the company, product or service.

The key objective of branding is to create a relationship of trust.

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Branding strategies: some companies include their name in all their products to customer can recognize them, the strategy which allows them to fill up space on supermarket shelves, leaving less room for competitors.

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Brand Value: Brand values largely come from customer loyalty: the existence of customers who will continue to buy the products.

Marketing: Several decades ago, there were sales-driven companies. As technology developed and competition increased, some companies shifted their approach and became customer driven. Successful companies are becoming market driven, adapting their products to fit their customers’ strategies. As the demands on the company have shifted from controlling costs to competing on products the center of gravity has shifted from finance to engineering, and now to marketing. Marketing is not a function; it is a way of doing business. Marketing is not a new ad campaign or this month’s promotion. Marketing has to be all pervasive, part of everyone’s job description. It is to integrate the customer into the design of the product.

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Advertising: Most companies use advertising agencies to produce their advertising for them. The agency creates advertisements as newspapers, magazines, the Internet, radio, television, cinema, posters, mail, etc. will be used and in which proportions. Increased ad spending can increase sales, spend a fixed percentage of current sales revenue or simply spend as much as their competitors. Advertising is expensive, it doesn’t always reach the target customers, and it isn’t always welcome if it does reach them. Companies succeed in getting people to spread commercial messages, like a virus, via peer-to-peer.

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