• Marketing Report on Tibet Luxury Talcum Powder
    the boundaries of possibilities. Consumer needs and consumer needs only will be our guiding philosophy in manufacturing and marketing of products that beautify people and satisfy their souls. 2.2 Vision: We have a vision to attain our avowed mission of satisfying consumer needs. We envisage for a more beautiful...
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  • Hul Report
    ±Unilever. Both Unilever and HUL have established themselves well in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) category. In India, the company offers many households brands like, Dove, Lifebuoy, Lipton, Lux, Pepsodent, Ponds, Rexona, Sunsilk, Surf, Vaseline etc. Some of its efforts were also rewarded when four...
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  • Advertising
    almost every woman in Pakistan. The fairness cream industry has a lot of potential in our country as women are naturally attracted towards a fairer complexion.  There is a perception among the females that these fairness creams have side effects as these creams are not made from natural materials. Chemicals...
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  • Customer Satisfaction on Marketing Mix of Lux Soap
    manage the selling environment. LUX has stared so many projects to get a better position in the market. The objective of the study is to see customer satisfaction about marketing mix of LUX soap. 1.2 Significance This report is a requirement of the program for MBA program. We have tried our level best to...
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  • airtel
    CHAPTER - I RESEARCH DESIGN & METHODOLOGY 1.1 INTRODUCTION: Sales promotion is the important aspect of any industrial or other consumer goods to survive and to be in the better position than its competitor. Sales is the heart of the enterprise. Most of times customer is silent or dominate...
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  • Consumer Perception Towards Cosmetic Industry
    A PROJECT REPORT ON CONSUMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS COSMETIC INDUSTRY IN GHAZIABAD (IN CONTEXT TO MEN’S FAIRNESS CREAM) TABLE OF CONTENTS |S.No. |Topic |PageNo. | |1 ...
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  • Fair & Lovely - Analysis Based on Principles of Marketting
    we believe we shall be able to portray a perspective and analysis that is different. Define the Product /competitor Fair & Lovely – Fairness cream and associate brand products. Company – Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (Formerly HLL) History of the product Scientists at the Unilever Research Laboratories...
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  • Product Analysis of Hul
    –Unilever. Both Unilever and HUL have established themselves well in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) category. In India, the company offers many households brands like, Dove,Lifebuoy, Lipton,Lux, Pepsodent, Ponds, Rexona, Sunsilk, Surf, Vaseline etc. Some of its efforts were also rewarded when four...
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  • Competative Strategy HUL vs ITC
    at Rs. 2496.45 Crore. Products of HUL are: Annapurna; Ayush; Axe; Breeze; Bru; Brooke bond; Clinic; Dove; Fair & Lovely; Hamam; Liril; Lux; Pears; Ponds; Pepsodent; Pureit; Rexona; Rin; Sunlight; Surf excel; Vaseline; Wheel. ITC Limited This Company was earlier known as Imperial Tobacco Company of...
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  • Brand Failures
    count the lost (wo)man-hours. GPI did not bother to research the smoking habits of Indian women. Our women actually prefer popular men's brands! 7. Ponds Toothpaste had been a dismal failure. Learning: The key to successful brand extensions: the determination that the proposed extensions are consistent...
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    looks to the next 125 years of transforming care for patients, consumers and communities around the world (230 subsidiary companies with operations in over 57 countries) 2. Company ranking • The world’s sixth-largest consumer health company • The world’s largest and most diverse medical...
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  • Fmcg
    quick turnover, and relatively low cost are known as Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG). FMCG products are those that get replaced within a year. Examples of FMCG generally include a wide range of frequently purchased consumer products such as toiletries, soap, cosmetics, tooth cleaning products...
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  • Hul and Itc
    Rs. 2496.45 Crore. Products of HUL are: Annapurna; Ayush; Axe; Breeze; Bru; Brooke bond; Clinic; Dove; Fair & Lovely; Hamam; Liril; Lux; Pears; Ponds; Pepsodent; Pureit; Rexona; Rin; Sunlight; Surf excel; Vaseline; Wheel. ITC Limited This Company was earlier known as Imperial Tobacco Company of...
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  • Godrej Competitive Analysis
    Competition Name Column1 Last Price Column2 Column3 Sales (Rs. cr.) HUL Godrej Consumer Dabur India Colgate Marico Godrej Ind Gillette India P and G Emami Bajaj Corp Jyothy Labs Amar Remedies JHS Svendgaard GKB Ophthalmics Market Cap. 1,08,829.37 638.05 Column5 ...
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  • Marketing Communication
    channel. It owns and markets some of the most popular brands in the country across various categories, including soaps, detergents, shampoos, tea and face creams. PERFORMANCE: After stagnating between 1999 and ’04, the company is back on the growth track. In the past three years, HUL’s net sales have witnessed...
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  • Saras Dairy
    RESEARCH ANALYSIS [A] CONSUMER SATISFACTION LEVEL IN MILK Q NO (1)- Milk purchased from? Key findings and suggestions—total milk consumption in jodhpur urban is approx. 4 lac. Liters. Out of which saras is sharing only 29% market share. So, it is suggested that to increase the market share...
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  • Aloe-Vera Product Research on Bangladesh Market
    Total market size of aloe-vera related products is 1.5 Core (Approx) monthly. Consumer: Analyze shows that, 72% consumer are interested about Aloe-Vera Cosmetics. Especially the young people are interested. Target consumer specifications are as follows: Age range : 20 to 45 years. Income Level...
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  • Saud
    concern. 3 2. Introduction of Unilever: Unilever is a multi-national corporation, formed of Anglo-Dutch parentage that owns many of the world's consumer product brands in foods, beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products. Unilever employs nearly 180,000 people and had worldwide revenue of...
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  • Hul vs Itc
    at Rs. 2’496.45 Crore. Products of HUL are: Annapurna; Ayush; Axe; Breeze; Bru; Brooke bond; Clinic; Dove; Fair & Lovely; Hamam; Liril; Lux; Pears; Ponds; Pepsodent; Pureit; Rexona; Rin; Sunlight; Surfexcel; Vaseline; Wheel. ITC Limited This Company was earlier known as Imperial Tobacco Company of...
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  • Ice Cream
    This is because this method is simple and it can involve large number of respondents. While for the survey, the author used face to face survey. The reason is because face to face survey is much easier to get the real answer and the time spent with the respondents will also be long enough to get the wanted...
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