Nike Shoes

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CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
Shopping locations, Department stores were the most preferred type of retailers, followed by outlets in shopping malls and chain stores. Product variety, guaranteed quality, brand choice, price, services and store environment were cited as the major reasons for visiting a leather consumer goods store.

SHOPPING TIME
Thirty-eight percent of respondents visited leather consumer goods shops at least once a month.

Shopping during weekends is common. Other popular shopping occasions include National Day (1st October), Chinese New Year (January/February), New Year's Day (January) and Labour Day (1st May).

MARKETING CHANNELS
Promotional activities in shopping malls and department stores are the most popular promotional and sales activities, followed by discount/price reduction, TV commercials, discount coupons, promotional stands, exhibitions, buy-one- (or more) gets-one-free.

PURCHASING POWER
On average, respondents owned 4.2 pairs of shoes, 1.2 pieces of wallets, 1.3 pieces of belts and 1.3 pieces of handbags/briefcases. Over the past 12 months, an average respondent's spending on leather consumer goods was as follows: - Shoes: RMB 597 (total) RMB 328 (per pair)

- Wallet: RMB 226 (total) and RMB 193 (per piece)
- Belt: RMB 220 (total) and RMB 194 (per piece)
- Handbag/briefcase: RMB 476 (total) and RMB 359 (per piece)

SELECTION CRITERIA
When choosing leather consumer goods, product quality stood out as the principal consideration for respondents, followed by product material, craftsmanship, style/design, price and brand.

POPULAR BRANDS
Most respondents considered brands important.

4PS OF NIKE

Nike’s 4Ps comprised of the following approaches to pricing, distribution, advertising and promotion, and customer service:

Pricing: Nike’s pricing is designed to be competitive to the other fashion shoe retailers. The pricing is based on the basis of premium segment as target customers. Nike as a brand commands high premium.

Place: Nike shoes are distributed to Multi Brand store front and the exclusive Nike stores across countries. While this necessitates a second trip for the customer to come and pick up the shoes, it allows Nike to offer a much wider selection than any of the competition.

Promotion: Location, targeted advertising in the newspaper and strategic alliances serves as the foundation of Nike advertising and promotion effort. The athletes and other famous sports personalities are always taken as brand ambassadors. They form the prime building blocks of their portion strategy.

Product: The product range of Nike comprise of shoes, sports wear, watches etc. Its product history began with long distance running shoes in 1963. (Past 17 years: Air Jordan basketball shoes). Wide range of shoes, apparel and equipment. For example: Nike Oregon Digital Super Watch

Nike Presto Cee Digital Medium Watch
Nike Presto Cee Digital Small Watch
Nike Ron Analog Watch
Nike Triax 10 Regular Watch
Nike Triax Armored II Analog Super Watch
Nike Women's Imara Fit Digital Watch

SWOT ANALYSIS

SWOT ANALYSIS NIKE, INC.

STRENGTHS
Nike is a very competitive organization. Phil Knight (Founder and CEO) is often quoted as saying that 'Business is war without bullets.' Nike has a healthy dislike of is competitors. At the Atlanta Olympics, Reebok went to the expense of sponsoring the games. Nike did not. However Nike sponsored the top athletes and gained valuable coverage.

Nike has no factories. It does not tie up cash in buildings and manufacturing workers. This makes a very lean organization. Nike is strong at research and development, as is evidenced by its evolving and innovative product range. They then manufacture wherever they can produce high quality product at the lowest possible price. If prices rise, and products can be made more cheaply elsewhere (to the same or better specification), Nike will move production.

Nike is a global...
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