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Summarize the basic components of a marketing strategy.

Introduction: Examine the four marketing strategies and read about the importance of doing viable marketing research before you begin planning strategy. Based on what you learn, you will begin this

assignment

by examining the mission statement, and then move on to address the situation analysis based on where you live. You will first address the background marketing research based on the business type that will be provided by your instructor.

Read the scenario and respond to the checklist items based on the reading and learning activities.

Scenario: Lee is the owner of Lee’s [business type selected by your instructor], which is located in the city closest to where you live. Lee has now hired you to design the basic components of a marketing strategy for her business. You must use the industry selected by your instructor.

Checklist:

Summarize a marketing strategy for Lee’s business, addressing each part.

Part 1 Mission

Redefine Lee’s mission. Lee’s current mission is

more

of a product-oriented mission statement. For example, “We sell flowers” or “We make pizza.”

Write a marketing-oriented mission statement for Lee’s business.

Part 2: Situation Analysis

Organization Strengths and Weaknesses:

Describe methods that Lee could use to identify her internal strengths and weaknesses information. For example, some businesses use secret shoppers to identify an organization’s strengths and weaknesses. Explain your response.

Using

sources

like the U. S. Census Bureau, describe the demographics affecting Lee’s business in your area.

How is technology being utilized in the assigned industry that might have a positive or negative impact on Lee’s business?

Identify Lee’s direct and indirect competitors and her competitive advantage against her direct and non-direct competitors in the city nearest to where you live.

Define the concept of

sustainable competitive advantage

and explain what advice you would give to Lee in her quest to build a sustainable competitive advantage.

Part 3: Marketing Objectives

Set marketing plan objectives for Lee’s business (see p. 25 of your text).

Identify at least two S.M.A.R.T. goals (i.e., specific, measurable, achievable, realistic (and relevant to the mission), and time-bounded).

These first three parts of the paper should be a minimum of 1½ pages or 350 words total and use current

APA format

and

citation

style (

see the reading area for APA

assistance

). Your paper should include headings (Part 2: Situation Analysis: Environmental Scan, etc.) an introduction, and a conclusion.

Environmental scan

U.S. Census Bureau

(go to Browse by Topic)

Access the Unit 1

APA

Assignment

template

.

Summarize the basic components of a marketing strategy.

Read the scenario and respond to the checklist items based on the reading and learning activities.

Scenario: Lee is the owner of Lee’s [business type selected by your instructor], which is located in the city closest to where you live. Lee has now hired you to design the basic components of a marketing strategy for her business.

Instructions

: Summarize a marketing strategy for Lee’s addressing each part. You can view

Parts 1–3

you completed in Unit 1 concerning the mission, situation analysis, and marketing objectives. This week you will

complete

Parts 4–6 below to

submit

your

final

assignment

to the Unit 2 Dropbox.

Checklist:

Part 4: Marketing Strategy

Describe the target market strategy for Lee’s business. Paint a very clear picture of who Lee will be targeting for her product. For example: Appealing to an entire market, concentrating on one particular segment, or multiple market segments.

Explain the four strategies for growth: market penetration, market development, product development, and diversification. How can Lee use market penetration to increase her sales? Explain.

Briefly describe your marketing mix strategy: product (size, colors, packaging, use, etc.), place or distribution method, pricing, and promotion.

Part 5: Implementation

Using the concepts from the text, explain how you will turn your plan into a reality. For example: Detailed job assignments and activity descriptions.

Part 6:

Evaluation

Using the concepts from the text, describe how you will evaluate your marketing strategy.

  
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