• Postioning of Monte Carlo Denim Vis a Vis Other Competative Brands
    . Brands like Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, and Rathore jeans make the premium segment with a price tag of more than Rs.2, 000. Pepe, Wrangler, and Lee make the premium segment with products ranging from Rs.1, 000-2,000. Numerous brands exist in the Indian market with a price range of Rs.500 -1,000...
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  • Branding strategies
    positions the brand asset in promotions pertaining aggression, youth , success, skills, and the hero who is now a football icon for a lot of markets around the world • This helps brands like Nike, Castrol, Pepe Jeans, Armani and Clear to position their products with this brand personality Source...
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  • Modern Interiors
    @moderninteriors.info | Web: www.moderninteriors.info Modern           Nine West –Showrooms Showrooms-All Over India ALDO-Showrooms Showrooms-All Over India Inorbit Mall, Pune Island Mall, Bangalore , Pepe Jeans-Showrooms,Mumbai Showrooms,Mumbai ICICI Food Court & Office,Hyderabad...
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  • Marketing Management
    face much competition in their business. But yet there are some competitors e.g. * Pepe Jeans * Leeds (US Apparels) * GAAP Jeans * Cambridge * Their prices are not influenced by the competitors. * The stuffs, design and fashion which don’t have the enough sales are...
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  • The Maverick Jeans
    Vekaria Estimated cost of the project :: Rs. 90,00,000 Market Area :: Initial Gujarat, then after India. Vision :: “To provide life-style to society and to recognize by trendy youth” “To become a strong globally popular brand in few years” Mission :: Uniqueness and superiority of...
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  • Finance Project
    be prohibitively expensive, and the new plan was to find a competent licensee. The company eventually licensed womenswear to Pepe Jeans International. Hilfiger chairman Silas Chou owned the Pepe Jeans brand, and the company already produced a men's jeans line for Hilfiger. The women's line came out...
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  • Lifestyle Stores
    arrangements, to position Tommy Hilfiger as a global lifestyle brand. During the same period, Pepe Jeans and Tommy Hilfiger Canada have taken the women's jeans and Canadian businesses through what we believe was their risky and costly start-up phases and have positioned them for significant revenue and profit...
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  • Dossier
    year it created the world’s first blue jeans. Throughout the long history Levi’s has inspired change in the marketplace, the workplace and the world.  Let’s have a look at the story behind Levi’s and from where it all started. VISION “We will demonstrate that a company that cares about social and...
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  • Levis - 4 P's
    business. But yet there are some competitors e.g. ➢ Pepe Jeans ➢ Leeds (US Apparels) ➢ GAAP Jeans ➢ Cambridge • Our prices are not influenced by the competitors. • Such a stuff, design and fashion which don’t have the enough sales are recall back to the...
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  • Insurance
    one study, 90 percent of U.S. office workers were allowed to wear casual clothes to work on Friday by the mid-1990s. As jeans became more accepted in the white-collar world, the market for Levi's was expected to widen. VALUES AND VISION They believe that business can drive profits through...
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  • Setting Business for Retail Kidwear Store
    STORE Slogan of the business is: ‘‘KIDS WEAR, WE CARE” Vision: To be a distinguished kid-wear retailer known for the quality of products, at a price which is affordable to all Mission: To offer continuous value added products to our customers. To accomplish this, we focus on...
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  • Internal Analysis on Instagram and Lee Jeans
    INTERNAL ANALYSES Mission and vision Mission Instagram We are not building a product but we are trying to solve problem for people, which end up becoming a business and product. Features or minor tweaks would have been brought up from problems an entrepreneur wants to solve. What...
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  • Industry Review Report on Levis
    work as an insurance surveyor to pay off his loans. But his spirit was not broken, he was determined to rise again and he started his jeans manufacturing business, called Charlie Creations, with his brother-in-law in 1991. Koutons started primarily as a denim brand but are today manufacturing and...
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  • Jean Claude Colin
    * ------------------------------------------------- 3. VISION & PROMISE * ------------------------------------------------- 4. TASTING GOD * ------------------------------------------------- 5. THE SOCIETY OF MARY BEGINS * ------------------------------------------------- 6. BUGEY MISSIONS...
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  • Questionaire on Garments Sector
    Marketing scenario at Shoppers Stop [pic] Papia Sarkar Subject- Market Research MBM 4th Sem Roll no. 95/MBM/091013 About Shoppers Stop: Vision- To be a global retailer in India and maintain its No.1 position in the Indian market in the Department Store category.  [pic] Shoppers...
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  • Statement of Purpose
    knowledge in these subjects. My decision to pursue a career in applied finances was further strengthened by my internship experience. While working with Pepe Jeans (PJL CLOTHING INDIA LIMITED) as a part of their reputed marketing team during my first year summer break, I learned that marketing can...
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  • Market Analysis of Jeans Industry in Surat
    illuminated. Leaders of the Indian denim Industry. • Levi’s • Spykar • Pepe jeans • Diesel • Dolce & gabbana • Calvin klein • lee ETOP Analysis of the Indian apparel Industry Threats to the Industry: In this study we make an attempt to...
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  • Science 6
    II. Read and do reflection of the vision and mission statement of ADZU. What insight can de drawn from the statement that can be linked with the ideas of the philosophers discussed in the class. LOOKING BACK for the memories with thanks to the people who build ADZU since 1912. They build a school...
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  • Vision, Mission and Philosophy Statement
    VISION, MISSION AND PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT ECE: 312 Administration of Early Childhood Ed. Programs VISION, MISSION AND PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT Something every teacher must have is a vision, mission and philosophy on how they will maintain order, interest and structure in their classroom. All...
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  • Nonfood Retail Consumers-Case Study Panataloon
    Everything, Everywhere, Every time for Every Indian Consumer in the most profitable manner. GROUP MISSION We share the vision and belief that our customers and stakeholders shall be served only by creating and executing future scenarios in the consumption space leading to economic development...
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