• Advertising Effects 3
    different media? 2. On which media (and ad vehicles) should I place ads? 3. Which frequency should I select? 4. How much money should be spent in each medium? In answering these questions the media planner then comes to an optimum media plan that enables him or her to deliver on the client's...
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  • Organisation Structure Training
    by the company. Recreation room is equipped with various indoor games like table tennis, chess etc. Various cultural events are held. Festivals like Diwali are celebrated where various competitions for the staff and children are held. Safety: The main objective of the department is to ensure...
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  • Red Bus
    in India. In October 2005, Sama, an engineer working with Texas Instruments in Bangalore, wanted to go to Hyderabad -- some 562 km away -- to spend Diwali, the festival of lights, with his parents. Sama knew the drill. He used to travel by bus from Bangalore to Hyderabad almost every alternate weekend...
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  • project
      Toys & Baby Gear - Rs. 100 Off Home & Kitchen - Upto 72% OFF Jewellery & Watches - Best Sellers Mobile Promotions Appliances Diwali Offers Pattern Panorama Jewellery - Trend Breakdown Book Lovers' Zone Electronics & Mobile Deals Health & Beauty Festive Offers Beauty Essentials...
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  • Diversity in Childcare
    parts of Britain have higher degrees of poverty and it is likely to be more common. Poverty is a cause of economic diversity because a lot of money is spent on resources and other things, as an attempt to try and fix the problem in Britain or make it better. Living in poverty has the potential to have major...
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  • Importance of Social Networking and Interpersonal Excellence
    activities. Ganesh Puja, Durga Puja, Pongal, Dasera, Diwali/ Deepawali, other village festivals. Take part in the most major festival of local communities. E.g. In Nagpur Shobhayatra of Ram on the Lord Ram's birthday is the biggest festival next only to Diwali and Dasera. People develop their own buggies and...
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  • Level 3 Cache Diploma in Childcare and Education
    way. It may also contribute to identifying the cause of a child’s problems with learning. For example, if a child was raised by a single mother who spent a lot of time with friends drinking and partying, the child’s learning may suffer due to not being properly supported at home and negative feelings...
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  • Marketing Communication
    means of promotion. The peak sales months are from February up until October with it being the season of Weddings and religious festivals of Eid and Diwali. Bombay stores already promotes through the radio and magazines which is very successful. However to continue its growth we anticipated that they should...
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  • Vasudev Kutumbakam
    over the evil. Diwali D 9 (October 17, 2009) iwali is the time to enjoy the delicious sweets, light the bright lamps and have a sparkling celebration. The festival has been celebrated for ages in India. We rarely think as when did it first originate? The history of Diwali celebrations is nearly...
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  • Changing Face of Advertising with Special Reference to Audio-Video Media in Pune City
    the consumer did not have much scope for selection. One more phenomenal thing was the brands were made available according to the season. Like during Diwali the retailers would stock Moti soap, Mysore sandal soap, scented oils etc.They had various schemes to attract the customers. They would also give credit...
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  • Tanishq
    launched. The company also began seasonal and localized promotions based on Indian festivals, such as during Durga Puja in West Bengal, Onam in Kerala, Diwali in north India, etc. Johnson Verghese, divisional head, sales and marketing, said, "We also decided to go in for transmigration of designs. So we not...
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  • Markets in India
    drive a car in a market place. What to talk of a car or a motorcycle sometimes it becomes difficult even to walk. On the occasion of festivals like Diwali, Dussehra and Holi the situation becomes worse. It seems all the population of the country is on the road. There is great hustle and bustle. In between...
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  • Pramod
    public school. Both their children, Rachit aged 10 and Sarita aged 8 years, were studying in the same school where Sumita was employed. Just before Diwali in 2002, one Friday evening the family went shopping. Besides clothes for children and few other things, they bought a 27 liter. Excel microwave from...
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  • Business Culture
    customs and culture of the country you are planning to do business with. This is something a lot of business owners tend to overlook. A lot of time is spent on market research and establishing contacts in the country. Whilst all these are important these alone are not enough. Understanding business customs...
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  • Consumer Behaviour Project on Newly Married Couples
    coverage are among the new areas of problem reorganization and decision making to which a young married couple must give serious consideration. The time spent by a young couple in this stage of the household lifecycle has grown as couples either delay their start in having children or choose to remain childless...
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  • Orient Tile - Accounting Case
    and received a grand welcome when he came back to his village. After all the tax cuts he received a sum of 1 crores and 42 lakhs in his account. He spent 42 lakhs on renovation of his home, buying a car, a new tractor for the farm and a 40 inch TV. Akshay still had 1 crore in his account and he had no...
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  • Roadblock Advertising
    needs a strategy, in order to win results.  It wasn’t until the fall of 2007 that the roadblock re-appeared with a big bang. Vodafone reportedly spent upwards of Rs 10 crore to announce its name change to the world, using a range of short and long commercials exclusively in all breaks, both vertically...
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  • Energy Crisis
    •Increasing network distribution. Opportunities Statistics- •Cell phone ownership-Total- 51%Male- 56%Female- 44%Youth (16-19 years)- 64%Amount spent on Mobile per month (average)-Boys- Rs. 125 (71% of pocket money)Girls- Rs.106 (62% of pocket money) New mantra of youth-Kapda Ipod and Cellphone...
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  • Ccld 3 005
    welfare of all our children. • Children's rights and views are central to the setting to allow them to gain as much as possible from their time spent there. E.G Learning opportunities in each of the 6 areas of learning, activities are based on which skills are needed to be developed by each child...
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  • English
    launched. The company also began seasonal and localized promotions based on Indian festivals, such as during Durga Puja in West Bengal, Onam in Kerala, Diwali in north India, etc. Johnson Verghese, divisional head, sales and marketing, said, "We also decided to go in for transmigration of designs. So we...
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