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Sem 1 -_1.04_ppt (1)

  1. 1. Employ product mix strategies to meet customer expectations
  2. 2.  Concepts and procedures necessary to obtain, develop, maintain, and improve a product or service mix in response to market opportunities. Product: The goods and services a business will offer to its customers › Choice of product: Will the business offer a variety of products? › Packaging: Does the packaging protect the product and provide necessary information about the product?
  3. 3.  Product Cont. › Level of quality: What level of quality will the business ensure? › Brand name: What brand name products will the business offer? › Warranty: Will the business offer a warranty to its customers to ensure satisfaction
  4. 4. Sports Events• Ones in which we participate• Ones we just watch or hear, either in person or on TV, radio or the internetAthletes• Ones that earn their income from the performance on the field (Professionals)• Ones that are considered amateurs and perform for their own enjoymentVenues• Ones that host only one sports team• Ones that host multiple sports teams
  5. 5. Non-sport events a. Concerts b. Festivals c. ConventionsSporting goods a. Equipment b. Apparel c. Trinkets & Trash
  6. 6. Licensed merchandisea. Apparel (soft goods) – team and player specificb. Hard goods – equipment, toys, etc.Sports Media a. TV/Radio – Broadcast media b. Newspaper/magazine – Print media c. Internet – News, Info & Social MediaSport Services a. Lessons/camps b. Rented-goods services c. Owned-goods services
  7. 7. The overall impression consumers getfrom it’s unique name, design or symbol. ›Characteristics of a good brand: Easy to recognize Stick out from competition Easily recognizable symbols It’s own personality
  8. 8. Brand Image Your expectations of a brand based on previous knowledge Brand image is a products "personality." A product’s reputation Wrigley Fields reputation as a great sport/event venue is its image or personality.
  9. 9. Brand Loyalty ›Having consistent consumption of a product
  10. 10. Brand Awareness ›Getting the public to know your product ›Typically one of the first step in marketing a new product ›Cannot have Brand Loyalty or Brand Image without Brand Awareness  The team name, mascot, and logo are important elements that a sport/event organization uses to create and maintain Brand Awareness
  11. 11.  The unique characteristics of sport/event products make marketers’ jobs interesting. Outcome of sports/events cannot be controlled, marketers focus on the elements of the product they can control, such as prices and promotions.
  12. 12. Quality of Product › Performance—how well does this product do what it’s supposed to do? › Serviceability—will this product be easy to fix if something goes wrong? › Features—what are the additional benefits of this product › Durability—how long will this product last? › Reliability—will this product perform consistently? › Design—do I like the way this product looks and feels?
  13. 13.  Quality of Service › Reliability—can I depend on the service provider? › Tangibles—how do the venue, equipment, and personnel look? › Assurance—are the employees courteous and trustworthy? › Responsiveness—are the employees helpful and prompt? › Empathy—how much individual attention will I receive from the service provider?
  14. 14.  Separability: › close link between the product and the provider
  15. 15.  Perishability › Many sport/event products have a high degree of perishability › If they’re not consumed immediately, they will be gone forever  Game, Concert
  16. 16.  Consistency › Inconsistent: the quality of a product’s performances is impossible to guarantee over a period of time  Panthers (Superbowl, Most loses in a season) › Consistent: the quality of a product’s performances is possible to guarantee over a period of time  Nike Jordans
  17. 17. 1. Games2. Events3. Tickets4. Organization5. Facility6. Equipment/clothing7. Branding: 1. Awareness, Image and Loyalty
  18. 18.  A combination of goods and services › can rarely be treated as either pure goods or pure services › Most sport/event products have a multifaceted nature that combines elements of both types of products
  19. 19. Identify the product elements for a MHS Football Game
  20. 20.  Students break into teams of 3 and their task is to create 2 new products. Create the products in (2) PPT formats and then present to the class. One product must be a sports or entertainment good One product must be a sports or entertainment service Students must include the following specifications › Choice of product – types, sizes, etc. List all the elements of the product › Packaging of product – types › Quality of product – “relates to price so select carefully” › Brand name – existing (show it) or brand new (create it for extra credit) › Warranty – will you offer one and how would you do it for a service product? What issues may you encounter? › What sports/event product category does this compete? › If a service, will you have professional or amateur as participants? › Do you utilize a venue? List name, place, etc. Where are your goods sold? › What type of media will you utilize to promote/perform your product? › Will you offer additional merchandise? If so, what/why?
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