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Bed, Bath & Beyond

  1. 1. Interesting Facts
  2. 2. The Beginning 1971 Did Store Two well up opened owners to 1985
  3. 3. 1985 •First superstore •20,000 sq ft •Became “category killer”
  4. 4. 1987-1991 •New name •More stores •More sales
  5. 5. 1989-1993 • Expanded • Began trading stocks • Improved local appearance
  6. 6. Public Relations •Bed, Bath, and Beyond is a publically traded company •Stock is usually around $25.00 a share •Trade on the NASDAQ Global Select Market http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hidlLzYGH0 •Always try to beat there competitors prices
  7. 7. Competition Linens ‘n Integrated Things BBBY Computer Copied caught on System BBBY
  8. 8. • Bed Bath & Beyond has many stores • Online site as well • No lack of competition
  9. 9. States with Most Stores New California: Florida: Illinois: Jersey: Ohio: 34 95 60 34 34
  10. 10. Bed Bath & Beyond Online Sites
  11. 11. Bed Bath & Beyond Subsidiaries
  12. 12. Bed Bath & Beyond Present Philosophy
  13. 13. The Basics Customer Service Diversity Empowerment Relaxed Environment
  14. 14. Bed Bath & Beyond Company Image
  15. 15. You want it We have it Cheaper
  16. 16. Advertising Media Bed, Bath, and Beyond uses all different kind of advertising, such as •Newspaper •Magazine ads •Television •Radio •Internet When Bed, Bath, and Beyond opens a new store, they saturate the market with advertising, then after a while they pull back a lot of the advertising and rely on word of mouth. This seems to work out good for them.
  17. 17. Advertising Appeal •Quality and affordable products •Competitive prices •Company image •Target is their only real competitor because of there low prices on the same product. •Their main competitor is Pier 1 Imports •Secondary competitors are Wal-Mart and Target
  18. 18. Special Events •As of right now, no special events scheduled •Tries to be very energy efficient •A lot of there stores have skylights in them to save energy •Employees that do a lot of driving for the company use hybrid cars
  19. 19. References quot;About Harmon.quot; HARMON. 2008. HARMON. 1 Nov 2008 • <http://www.harmondiscount.com/about-harmon.html>. quot;About Us.quot; buy buy Baby. 2008. buy buy Baby. 1 Nov 2008 • <http://www.buybuybaby.com/AboutUs.asp?order_num=-1&>. quot;Bed Bath & Beyond Inc..quot; FUNDINGUNIVERSE. 2006. The Gale Group. 29 Oct 2008 • <http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/Bed-Bath-amp;-Beyond-Inc-Company- History.html>. quot;Commitment to Equal Opportunity and Diversity.quot; Bed Bath & Beyond. 2008. Bed Bath & • Beyond. 1 Nov 2008 <http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/careerseod.asp>. Duff, Mike. quot;Bed Bath & Beyond acquires specialty 'Christmas' chain - Christmas Tree Shops Inc.quot; • Retail Industry. 07 Jul 2003. BNET. 1 Nov 2008 <http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FNP/is_13_42/ai_105160262>. Stankevich, Debby. quot;Making Its Own Bed.quot; Retail Merchandiser v 40. no 5.May 2000 83-85. 1 • Nov 2008 <http://newfirstsearch.oclc.org/WebZ/FSFETCH?fetchtype=fullrecord:sessionid=fsapp13- 40808-fn14fw3j- 7reub5:entitypagenum=5:0:recno=4:resultset=2:format=FI:next=html/record.html:bad=error/b adfetch.html:entitytoprecno=4:entitycurrecno=4:numrecs=1>.

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