How to make the best utility out of emerging markets

Emerging markets are nations with social and business activity in the process of rapid growth and industrialisation. Well, imagine  you have prepared a detailed plan for your products for these emerging markets but do you know how customers will respond to it? And if you are not ready with these questions, you are at loss to your competitors.

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The Art of Branding

As social media is taking the place of traditional methods of marketing, it helps amplify companies reputation, to consistently deliver what they promise. Social media has shifted the power to consumers. It has not removed the old method of marketing rather it has improvised  it. It is always a big risk to disappoint your customers in the long run and social media has paced this process. Whether it is about backlashing or amplifying a company’s reputation, social media is playing a big role. Keeping momentum with social media is difficult but so is losing grounds of marketing. The companies who have harnessed the opportunities provided by social media have kept their strong feet in the market and even they are upgrading themselves rather than writing it again.

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MODIFICATION NEEDED AT C- LEVEL

INTRODUCTION:

Brenda Norris, CEO of Brascan corp, a manufacturing company in Dachigam, gets shocked after reading in the newspaper that her company lost a contract to Royal Dutch shell. Without wasting a minute she called her secretary Pedro Lee (COO)  and Cole Fletcher (CFO) quickly. This was not a normal loss and she needs complete detail about the loss. With Norris as CEO, Brascan has achieved great heights in America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Key feature of their success is low cost manufacturing, even if the market is new. Brascan has procured an R & D department and brought new offers to the market. Norris has even ventured into corporate Jet.

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Management: Yesterday &Today

Purpose of managers changes in every era. In the 90’s managers meant who could solve problems and provide solutions. But the question arises: for whom ? what is the purpose? By the end of the 90th century managers’ role had changed, it was now to enhance a company’s shareholder value, accomplish company’s owner goals. Arianna Huffington, Winston Churchil, Martha Stewart are big names in the management field, yet on the monetary basis they are unsatisfactory.

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Health and wellness ideas in the workplace

Recent health survey of Comcast employees shows a drop in the number of employees suffering from chronic disease. Employees who are diabetic and have high blood pressure, declined significantly. It seems like the company’s investment of $500 million on health care, pays off.

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Mera Sathi – One touch Solution for Household jobs

MERA SAATHI will provide the best on demand helpers who can help you efficiently by providing soft services such as basic cleaning, help in shifting, pre or post house party help, help in religious get together, market help, grocery shopping from nearby stores, etc.

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Influencer Discovery and Content Management

With growing social media popularity among the millennials, each day new users are being added to the pool of an existing database of million users on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, etc. A new form of marketing is taking shape and is here to stay – Influencer marketing, where in brands are reaching out to influencers across different platforms to promote their products and services. In 2018 alone, the money spent by brands on sponsored posts on social media was expected to be $8 billion. For Brands finding influencers apt to endorse the brand in terms of brand personality, high level of engagement on posts and the budget becomes a time-consuming process. Moreover, with the rise of “pseudo” influencers, who pay money to get followers and an influx of influencer marketing agencies often prizing speed over quality, i.e. prioritizing any match over the appropriate match. It’s no surprise that even though the number of branded contents has tripled since 2017, the number of “likes” on those posts have remain constant. In other words, 19 of 20 pieces of content pieces get little to no engagement.

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How to Plan Your Trip with Travel Agencies

Gone are the days when people planned their trips according to their budget, sight-seeing options, and cultural activities, this new Indian generation is fuelled by the hashtag wanderlust. Social media has normalized it to a point that, according to a recent survey by Ixigo, 36% Indian millennial chose their destinations based on its “Instagrammability.” While major players in the digital travel space focus on the second stage of a trip; booking tickets and creating itinerary, but there’s a cluttered space left in the first stage, that is, motivating people to travel and planning. With Ghoomo.com, we plan to de clutter that digital space.

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How to Market Your Ebook

Social media, for the most part,dominates our attention,but books remain beloved among many. Whether in the print or digital version, everyone enjoys reading a good book. What has changed from the past is how we consume books. Most prefer digital versions because they are easier to carry around and read the same book on different devices. Continue reading “How to Market Your Ebook”

Consumer Behavior 102: How People Make Buying Decisions

Why do you buy the things you do? How might you be able to have possessed the capacity to you go to the school you’re going to? Where do get a kick out of the opportunity to shop and when? Do your associates shop at the same spots or better places? Promoting specialists need to know the reactions to these request. They understand that once they do have those answers, they will have a significantly enhanced shot of making and conferring about things that you and people like you should buy. That is the thing that the examination of client behavior is about. Buyer conduct considers the various reasons why—individual, situational, mental, and social—people search for things, buy and use them, and after that dispose of them. Associations blaze through billions of dollars yearly focusing on what makes buyers “tick.” Continue reading “Consumer Behavior 102: How People Make Buying Decisions”