• Hul Surf Excel
    SURF EXCEL:- Surf reaches over 20 million homes in India. Surf was the first brand of detergent that was advertise on Television and Lalitaji was the first icon for a detergent powder created by Alyque Padamsee. It has tremendous Sales Turn over in almost all part of India for
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  • Marketing Planning for Surf Excel in Pakistan
    Acknowledgment Table of Contents 1. Synopsis ……… ………………………………………………………………… 4 2. Mission Statement …………………………………………………............……. 5 3. Current Marketing Situation……………………………
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  • Surf Excel
    MARKETING PLAN: SURF EXCEL M.BILAL KHAN (2642) I.U.G.C 1. CURRENT MARKETING SITUATION COMPANY PROFILE: Unilever Pakistan Limited manufactures and markets home and personal care products, beverages, ice cream, and spreads in the United Kingdom. The company provides food products, such as soups,
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  • Surf Excel Presentation
    | Analysis of the Surf Excel’s 2012 Pre and Post-purchase behaviourin Mamallapuram | | [Type the author name] | 6/7/2012 | | Preface This project traces the detergent market and the demand for one particular detergent in Mahabalipuram, a small township in Tamil Nadu. Surf E
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  • Tide Detergent
    Ariel is a marketing line of laundry detergents made by Procter & Gamble. It is the flagship brand in Procter & Gamble's European, Mexican, Japanese, Brazilian, Peruvian, Turkish, Filipino, Colombian, Chilean and Venezuelan portfolios. In some U.S. stores, Mexican Ariel is available. Histor
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  • Marketing Laundry Detergent Bars in the Philippines
    Marketing Laundry Detergent Bars in the Philippines Introduction, Benefits, Corporate Social Responsibility, Packaging and Conclusion Redmond Yu (Juro Ongkiko, Robert Tan, Kevin Cheu) High 3F (Academic), Xavier School School Year 2010-2011 . I. Introduction
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  • Project on Detergent
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We express our sincere gratitude to Dr.S.K. Laroiya for giving us the opportunity to undergo this project. We further thank him for lending a helping hand when it came to solving our problem related to the project. This project would not have been possible without his valuable time
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  • Hul Distribution Management
        A Study on Distribution Management of Hindustan Unilever Limited        Submitted To  Prof. S Govindrajan  By              PRADEEP NARAIN    SANJEEV KUMAR JHA  SATADRU BAGCHI           SOUMITRA DHALI              g08075  g08086  g08088 
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  • Surf Excel
    Surf Excel, launched in 1954, is one of the oldest detergent powders in India and Pakistan. Initially, the brand was positioned on the clean proposition of “washes whitest”. However, with the emergence of numerous local detergent manufacturers and the entry of other global brands, Surf Excel und
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  • Distribution
    3 1. Introduction‐ Hindustan Unilever Limited Hindustan Unilever Limited (‘HUL’), formerly Hindustan Lever Limited (it was renamed in late June 2007 as HUL), is India's largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods company, touching the lives of two out of three Indians with over 20 distinct categori
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  • Surf
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  • Distribution
    Distribution Channel PANKAJ SINGH PGDM1 ROLL NO:53 AMRITA PAHI PGDM-RM ROLL NO:13 Definition  It is defined as a chain of intermediaries, each passing the product down the chain to the next organization, before it finally reaches the consumer or end-user. This process is known as the 'di
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  • Distribution Network of Hul
    [pic] CORPORATE INFORMATION | |Hindustan Unilever Limited, 165/166, Backbay Reclamation Mumbai – 400 020 Tel : +91 | |Registered Office |– 22 – 39830000 Fax no. : +91 â
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  • Sales and Distribution of Hul
    [pic] INTRODUCTION INDUSTRY VIEW FMCG SECTOR FMCG is an acronym for Fast Moving Consumer Goods, which refer to things that we buy from local supermarkets on daily basis, the things that have high turnover and are relatively cheaper like butter, potato chips, toothpastes, razors, househol
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  • Marketing Strategies of Surf Excel in Pakistan
    Hailey College of Commerce Company: Submitted to: Prof.Ishfaq Ahmad Subject: “Contemporary issues in Business” Submitted By: M.Com (1 1/2) Morning Group Members: Wajiha Riaz 35 Ainee Rashid 54
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  • Rin Detergent Case
    1. Evaluate Leverʼs marketing planning and implementation regarding RIN from 1984 through 1988. Evaluate their positioning of RIN and use of the marketing mix to support it. a. Marketing Planning Evaluation Lever marketing strategy was designed to penetrate the laundry soap segment of Pak
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  • Rin Detergent
    RIN DETERGENT: TO POSITION OR REPOSITION In early January 1989, Irfan Mustafa, General Manager, Personal Products and Market Research, Lever Brothers Pakistan Limited, was wondering what action to take regarding the marketing of the laundry detergent bar RIN, which had been introduced to the Pakist
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  • Consumer Behavior Towards Ariel and Surf Excel
    Introduction of FMCG Industry The FMCG sector which has been the foundation of the Indian Economy, started to take its shape only during the last fifty odd years. The sector touches each facet of human life providing consumers non-durable goods required for daily or regular use. So, it easier said
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  • Detergent
     | Detergents The Indian fabric wash market consists of synthetic detergents (comprising bars, powder and liquids) and oil-based laundry soaps. |  | Although the per capita consumption of detergents in India (2.7 kg pa) is comparable to some countries like Indonesia, China and Thailand (ar
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  • Detergent Study
    The soap nut tree, Sapindus mukorossi, is one of the most important plants in the tropical and subtropical areas in Asia. Native to South India, it grows wild in warm temperate to tropical regions. Belonging to the family Sapindaceae, the genus Sapindus includes between 5 to 12 species. The soap nut
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