Marketing Management - Brief Complete Beginners Guide

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Marketing Social Definition, Marketing AMA Definition & Kotler Definition of Marketing Management. Plus Marketing demand states, Marketing Concepts, Company Orientation & Marketing Task.

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  • Demand States –

    Negative Demand – Dislike Product
    No Demand – Unaware or uninterested in the product
    Latent Demand – Strong need which cannot be satisfied by existing products
    Declining Demand – Experiences by all organizations.
    Irregular Demand – Season demand
    Full Demand – Firms are pleased with the volume of business
    Overfull Demand – Demand higher than what can be handled
    De Marketing – Reducing demand temporarily or permanently
    - Can be reduced by increasing prices, or reducing promotion and services.
    Unwholesome Demand – Products that attract organized effort to discourage consumption
  • MetaMarket-
    - Cluster of complementary products which are closely related in the minds of the consumer but spread across industries.
  • Marketing Management - Brief Complete Beginners Guide

    1. 1. DEFINING MARKETING FOR THE 21st CENTURY
    2. 2. Marketing is a societal process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating, offering and freely exchanging products and services of value with others Social Definition Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion and distribution of ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organizational goals. AMA Definition
    3. 3. Marketing Management is the Art and Science of choosing target markets and getting, keeping and growing customers through creating, delivering and communicating superior customer value. Kotler Definition
    4. 4. GOODS SERVICES EVENTSEXPERIENCES PERSONS PLACES PROPERTIES ORGANIZATIONS INFORMATION IDEAS
    5. 5. • Dental Work • Vaccination Negative Demand • Foreign Language Courses No Demand • Harmless Cigarettes • Fuel-Efficient Cars Latent Demand • Churches Declining Demand • Hotels • Mass-Transit Irregular Demand • Changing Preference • Increasing Competition Full Demand • Demarketing Overfull Demand • Cigarettes • Alcohol Unwholesome Demand
    6. 6. Marketplace Physical Store Marketspace Digital Internet Metamarket Cluster of complementary products Spread across a diverse set of industries Automobile www.marutitru evalue.com
    7. 7. Needs, Wants and Demands • Needs – Basic Human Requirements • Wants – Directed at specific objects • Demands – Backed by ability to pay Target Markets, Positioning & Segmentation Offerings and Brands • Offering – Value Proposition made Tangible • Brand – Offering from a known source Value & Satisfaction • Value – Benefits / Cost • Customer Value Triad – Quality, Service and Price • Satisfaction – Product’s perceived performance Marketing Channel • Communication Channel – Deliver & Receive message • Distribution Channel – Display, sell & Deliver • Service Channel – Carry out transactions
    8. 8. • Oldest Concept • Consumers will prefer products that are widely available & Inexpensive • Concentrate on achieving high production efficiency, low costs and mass distribution • Eg: - Lenovo and Haier in China The Production Concept • Consumers favor products that offer most quality, performance and innovative features. • Make superior products and improve them over time. • Caught in a “love-affair” with their product. The Product Concept
    9. 9. • Consumers, if left alone, wont buy enough of the organization’s products. • Must undertake an aggressive selling and promotion effort. • Practiced most aggressively with unsought goods. • Eg:- Insurance & Encyclopedias. • Aim is to sell what they make rather than make what the market wants. The Selling Concept • Customer Centered instead of Product Centered. • Not to find right customers for your products, but to find right products for your customers. • Eg:- Dell • Reactive Market Orientation – Understanding and meeting customers’ expressed needs • Proactive Market Orientation - Understanding and meeting customers’ latent needs • Total Market Orientation The Marketing Concept
    10. 10. Holistic Marketing Concept Internal Marketing Performance Marketing Relationship Marketing Integrated Marketing Customers Channel PartnersSales Revenue Brand & Customer Equity Ethics Environment Legal Commodity Communications Products & Services ChannelsMarketing Dept Senior Mgmt Other Depts
    11. 11. Developing Marketing Strategies & Plan Capturing Marketing Insights Connecting with Customers Building strong brands Shaping the market offering Delivering Value Communicating Value Creating Long-Term Growth
    12. 12. THANK YOU

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