"Jamba Juice Case Study" Essays and Research Papers

  • Jamba Juice Case Study

    CASE STUDY Jamba Juice The Brief Jamba Juice is a specialist vendor of healthy blended beverages, juices and snacks, with over 600 franchised and company retail outlets in California and over 20 other states. The company wished to carry out a classic promotion: to drive visitors to its stores over the course of a two week campaign with a “BOGO” (Buy one get one free) beverage offer. The Approach Guided by digital advertising agency Xylem CCI’s media agent, JL 360, Jamba Juice decided to conduct...

    Advertising, Jamba Juice, Juice 1259  Words | 4  Pages

  • Jamba Juice Case

    Jamba Juice Case Thought Starters 1. Please analyze the external environment for Jamba Juice concentrating on the six external variables discussed in class. 2. Review the value chain for Jamba Juice and discuss where they are gaining a competitive advantage. 3. Discuss the marketing strategy for Jamba Juice and how it is positioning itself. Do you agree with this strategy? 4. If you were a marketing director for Jamba Juice and were asked to develop an advertising and media plan which...

    Abercrombie & Fitch, American Family Association, David T. Abercrombie 1399  Words | 5  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

    Nicholas Pantazelos Marketing Principles Jamba Juice Feburary/5/2002 Marketing often comes down to making your customers intelligent enough to buy your products or services. They have to understand what it is you're selling, how it'll help them, and how much better it is than any other solution. Jamba Juice is a leading juice and smoothies retail chain in the country. Started in 1990, originally called The Juice Club, their stores are now open in most states giving their customers...

    Coffee, Competition, Emeryville, California 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • Jamba Juice Case Study

    External Analysis The General Environment of the Industry Jamba Juice and its immediate competitors operate under the industry entitled “snack and nonalcoholic beverage bars” [ (U.S. Census Bureau) ]. According to the U.S. Census Bureau the official description of the snack and nonalcoholic beverage bars is as follows: “This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) preparing and/or serving a specialty snack, such as ice cream, frozen yogurt, cookies, or popcorn or...

    Franchises, Jamba Juice, Juice 3178  Words | 11  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

     Jamba Juice Company Group Project Summary Submitted by: Laxmi Baraili / Renata Goncales Instructor: Phil Cho Course: BUS504 Operation and Supply Chain Management Jamba Juice Company Content Introduction Mission Values Products and Services Operation Chain supply Issues and problems in operation and supply chain management Suggested solution Conclusion Jamba Juice Company Introduction Jamba Juice is a retailer of beverage and food offerings...

    Emeryville, California, Jamba Juice, Management 684  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

    Jamba Juice is a chain of smoothie restaurants headquartered in Emeryville, California with over 700 locations operating in 30 states, the District of Columbia and the Bahamas. Over 500 locations are company-owned, with the remainder being franchised.[1] For the 51-week Fiscal Year, which ended on January 1, 2008, sales were $317 million, which included sales of $306 million from company locations. Jamba Juice was founded by a Crespi student in April 1990 by Cal Poly graduate Kirk Perron, along...

    Emeryville, California, Jamba Juice 1172  Words | 4  Pages

  • Boost Juice Case Study

    Economics Boost Juice Case study Boost juice is currently experiencing economies of scale 3 reasons for Boost Juice experiencing economies of scale 1 – Purchasing inputs and raw materials in bulk • Buying in bulk means that the average cost of each unit of raw material is cheaper than if each unit was bought individually • In one year alone, Boost juice goes through more than 35 tonnes of mangos and you still have all of the other range of fruits that are bought. Therefore buying...

    Bulk purchasing, Cost, Costs 758  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jamba Juice External Analysis

    Case Analysis #1: Jamba Juice Sociocultural Factors Sociocultural factors influence and restrict consumption ideas, needs, desires and purchase behavior. People from different countries and different regions have different life patterns and different sociocultures. These differences directly influence the products that industries want to produce because people may even have different attitudes and value toward the same product due to different sociocultural factors. With the rapid development...

    Coffee, Health, Jamba Juice 1597  Words | 5  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

    but a weakness for regions growing colder or having an increase in rainfall. There is a trend of opening and selling Ice cream, smoothies or Healthy juices. The climate in North America is very hot in summer and with the global warming the consumer will look for some shops were they can drink something fresh, creating an opportunity for Jamba Juice. - Agriculture The arable land per capita has decreased consistently in the past 20 years (-32%). With the ongoing urbanization there is no indicator...

    Agriculture, Climate change, Cost 897  Words | 3  Pages

  • Joint Juice Case Study

    The offer to Joint Juice Inc. by both Albertsons, the nation’s second largest grocery chain, and Safeway, the second largest grocery chain to sell Joint Juice’s products through their nationwide chain stores posed a challenging decision to the company. To sell its products throughout the nation is no doubt a great opportunity for Joint Juice, particularly as a start-up business. However, this offer challenged the company’s original strategy of staying regional for several more years and learning...

    Dietary supplement, Grocery store, Income statement 1084  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

    Nhi Huynh Professor John Voyer Due Date 09/18/2014 External Analysis Assignment Jamba Juice (JJ) was founded by Kirk Perron in 1990. It is now a chain of smoothie restaurants with over ten thousands stores in the United States. According to the PESTEL analysis technique, Political plays an important role of a business life. Nowadays, with the economy regression, Government has been tight up the budget of spending and got more taxation project to people. Tax is increasing...

    Economics, Franchises, Juice 730  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jamba Juice Hr Interview

    Manager Interview- Jamba Juice Company Business and HR Strategy Jamba Juice’s company strategy focuses on the customer experience, optimizing store performance and developing a people pipeline. Jamba believes that each team member and manager contributes to the profitability of his or her respective store and that each store makes a difference. Therefore human capital is their main priority and greatest asset. Jamba Juice’s HR strategies are highly in line with meeting their performance...

    Customer, Customer service, Director of football 1995  Words | 5  Pages

  • Jamba Juice - Porters 5 Forces: Suppliers

    that makes it hard for buyers to switch from their product to competitors. Jamba Juice requires fresh fruits, juices, dairy products, vitamins, and protein ingredients in order to produce their smoothies. Their switching costs are low, because it is easy for them to switch from one company of suppliers to another. The switching costs for their customers are also low, because it is very easy for a customer of Jamba Juice to choose to go to Starbucks or Orange Julius instead. There is not much of...

    Barriers to entry, Barriers to exit, Juice 2518  Words | 7  Pages

  • Jamba Juice Marketing Plan

    Company Description In the year 1990, Kirk Perron, opened up a small, convenient, and healthy food store named Juice Club. It was located in the state of California in the city of San Luis Obispo. The emphasis on health, nutrition and convenience that Juice Club offered became a sensation among people and the idea quickly spread. It was until 1995 when it changed its name to Jamba Juice while the idea of selling healthful food remained. Since then it has now grown into an organization with over 700...

    Brand, Customer, Customer service 1427  Words | 6  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

    Jamba Juice SWOT Analysis is a basic model that assesses the business environment of an individual firm. This tool identifies the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of an organization. An overview of the four factors in this case study is given below 1. Strengths • Jamba Juice is a well-known company and this company grew rapidly to become a top brand in the industry. • This organization has a unique company culture. • This company provides many options and menus of healthy products...

    Competition, Competitor analysis, Franchises 395  Words | 2  Pages

  • Juice Guys Case Study Analysis

    Juice Guys™ In the summer of 1998, Nantucket Nectar created a subsidiary of their brand called Juice Guys. This new product was comprised of fresh juice and fruit smoothie drinks that were taking over the West Coast. Within three-and-a-half months, Juice Guys had sold a total of 175,000 items ranging from smoothies, yogurts, sorbets, Nantucket Nectar drinks and fresh squeezed juices. Juice Guys’ revenue went up to 91% and they made a profit of $227,000 in sales. Noticing the tremendous success...

    Juice, Marketing, Nantucket, Massachusetts 1204  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

     Jamba Juice Case Study 1/3/14 GBA 513 James Albright Patrick Carson Elizabeth Forte Laura Griffin Introduction Founded in April of 1990 by Cal Poly graduate Kirk Perron, Juice Club, Inc. opened its first store in San Luis Obispo, California. In 1993, Juice Club opened and started two other stores, one in southern California and one in northern California. Juice Club Inc, changed its name to Jamba Juice in 1995 and became known as one of the leaders in healthy juices and...

    Emeryville, California, Jamba Juice 5172  Words | 15  Pages

  • Jamba Juice

    Introduction Our product is Jamba Juice and our target country is Spain. We chose this product because it has grown to become one of the nation’s best-known smoothie chains, emphasizing the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and because the company is looking for international expansion opportunities. We chose Spain as our target country for expansion of our product due to its current economic status and economic growth forecasts for the future. This combination provides the firm with an opportunity...

    Emeryville, California, Jamba Juice, Spain 10152  Words | 29  Pages

  • Grove Fresh Case Study

    CASE STUDY - 1 Synopsis ------------------------------------------------- Grove Fresh Ltd – Marketing Organic Juice Submitted to:- Submitted By:- Shailendra Dasari Vikas Singh 11BSP1706 Manish Singhania 11BSP1449 Sandeep Soni 11BSP1859 Ravi Shekhar 11BSP1575 Introduction * In April 2005, Grove Fresh Ltd was ranked 68th in the Fast Track 2005 Profit Track 100. * The company registered a 52 % year-on-year...

    Farmers' market, Juice, Marketing 592  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Study Cal State East Bay

    Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Einstein and sometimes other various private providers. To complete the list it is worth to mention that there are also dining commons and a P.O.D. market, which are not considered in this case study, because the university runs them. The target segment of the providers is obviously younger people, having not such a high budget and being students of CSUEB. Jamba Juice and Starbucks decided to serve their customers need with mostly beverages. In case of Jamba Juice they offer...

    Coffee, Fast food, Fast-food chains of the United States 1551  Words | 4  Pages

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    Case Study Case study methods involve   Systematically gathering enough information about a particular person, social setting, event, or group to permit the researcher to effectively understand how it operates or functions. Case studies may focus on an individual, a group, or an entire community and may utilize a number of data technologies such as life stories, documents, oral histories, in-depth interviews, and participant observation. Types of case studies Stake (1995) suggests that researchers...

    Case study, Evaluation methods, Explanation 372  Words | 11  Pages

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    The Art of Eating and Dining Case Study Assignment #2 Due Date: 18th October 2013 Table of Contents Introduction Case Study #1 – Remarkable Service: The Big Day (Summary) Case Study #1 – Questions and Answers 3 T’s of Service and the 9 Attributes of Remarkable Service – Analysis Case Study #2 – Wine Sales: Menu Review (Summary) Case Study #2 – Questions and Answers Information about Wine Conclusion Introduction This assignment...

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  • Jamba Juice Growth Strategy

    Jamba Juice was founded in April of 1990 by Cal Poly graduate Kirk Perron, along with cofounders Joe Vergara, Kevin Peters, and Linda Ozawa Olds. Their goal was to sell healthy smoothies. It‘s corporate was called Juice Club, Inc. in San Luis Obispo, California. In August of 1997, Jamba made an agreement with Whole Foods Market to sell natural products inside some of the market’s locations. In March of 1999 they acquired Zuka Juice Inc, Zuka was a smoothie company that was very popular at the...

    Customer service, Emeryville, California, Fast-food chains of the United States 3162  Words | 9  Pages

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    Case Study Assignment Instructions Purpose The purpose of this assignment is to give you an opportunity to practice your critical thinking and writing skills in light of a pressing case in contemporary business ethics. As well, the aim of this assignment is for me to give you feedback on your writing and thinking habits so as to set you on the path to strengthening these crucial skills. Value This assignment is worth 15% of your final grade and will be marked out of 15. Task Please...

    APA style, Bibliography, Citation 478  Words | 3  Pages

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    Operant conditioning, Psychology, Punishment 768  Words | 3  Pages

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