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  • Brand positioning
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  • example of Differentiation & positioning
    Differentiation & positioning Figure 1.1 is a positioning map showing our target customers' percetions of our brand versus competing products on important buying dimensions, which are price and quality. Here shows two of our competitors, one is mcdonald which has large market...
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  • Product globalization
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  • Product planning
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  • Segmentation, targeting & positioning
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  • What is segmentation, targeting and positioning
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