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Converse We Love You Chucks Marketing Case

| Converse: | We Love You, Chucks! | Molly Langan 3/25/2009 | Situation Analysis Converse was founded in 1908 and by 1917 the All Star shoes were introduced on the market as an American made product. In 1923 the shoes were renamed the Chuck Taylor, after the semiprofessional basketball player. By 1970, eighty percent of basketball players wore Converse shoes out on the court. In 1983 their revenue was $209 million. Converse faced a lot of competition, and in 1989 they only held five...

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Converse Case Study

Converse: Shaping the Customer Experience They dominated the basketball courts – both amateur and professional – for more than forty years. The first U.S. Olympic basketball team wore them, and Dr. J made them famous in the NBA. Punk rocker Joey Ramone made them standard issue for cult musicians; indeed, Kurt Cobain even donned a pair when he committed suicide. Today, a broad range of consumers, from the nerdiest of high school students to A-list celebrities, claim them as their own. What are...

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Converse Chucks

1. What are the core, actual and augmented product benefits of the Converse Chuck? CORE BENEFIT ACTUAL PRODUCT DELIVERY AND CREDIT INSTALLATION WARRANTY AFTER SALE SERVICE PACKAGING QUALITY LEVEL BRAND NAME THREE PRODUCT LEVEL 2. When Converse outsourced production of its shoes to India. It entered into licensing arrangement. What are the benefits and risks of that action? Do you think it has helped or hurt the company? The brand? BENEFITS * Cost was reduced * Scope...

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converse All Stars, case study

The Converse All Star is sneaker that has been around for over a century. beginning in the USA in 1917 it has seen large ups and downs in the market ever since its introduction. From being one of America’s most celebrated sporting shoe to Rock and Rolls go to sneaker. Converse All Stars (Formerly known as Chuck Taylors), are by far the most recognized and purchased style of converse shoe. but what information can we gather from the external environment and what does it mean for the future of...

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Converse case study

Ning Zhang Intro to Marketing(MKT333) Ms. Susan Carder Dec. 20th 2014 Case Study#3 Converse 1. How would you define the needs, wants, and demands of the Converse customer? Needs lead to wants, wants lead to demands, demands lead to perception. Consumers want stylish shoes, so they demand that they be affordable. A need is a state of deprivation, and some needs according to Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs are more crucial than others, in this case Converse customers need shoes to protect their feet...

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Converse Brand Strategy

with another or others; exchange views, opinions, etc., by talking. MARKET Brand share 2007 [pic] Past seven years have seen a decline in the footwear market as the popularity of cheaper “low performance” wear increases (sector includes Converse) although there is a lack of more recent data available. However, during the economic downturn even the “low performance” segment has struggled. From 2003 to 2004, the market for athletic apparel and footwear grew by almost $7.5 billion, 12% Between...

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Brand and Converse Chuck

1. We Love You, Chucks! QUESTION 1: What are the core, actual, and augmented product benefits of the Converse Chuck? Solved: • Classic kicks that fit any look.. • Perceived look of self-expression, free-spirit and creativity. • Easy to care for. • Quality. • Comfort. • Brand name recognition. • Packaged in color-themed shoe box. • Thousand of choices; create your own. • Create your own option. • Limited edition and web exclusive offers. • Easy returns within 30 days. • If purchased at high-end retailer...

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The History of Converse

The History of Converse It was 1908 when Marquis M. Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company. Who knew that his shoes would become an American Icon? It all started with a man named Marquis M. Converse in Malden, Massachusetts who made the Converse Rubber Shoe Company. The company began as a shoe manufacturer that made rubber soled shoes for men, women, and children. Converse were made out of :brocade, corduroy, denim, flannel, hemp, lame, leather, mylar, metalized fabrics, plastic...

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Case Study - We Googled You

company into trouble in China. Fred then faces the hard decision whether or not to hire Mimi. Discussion In class we had a discussion on the case study, ‘We Goggled You’ by Diane Coutu. Together we conversed about if it was legal for the HR department to do a background check on potential candidates by doing a Google search. To Google or not to Google – that is the question. We said yes, it is legal to do a background search on Google. Google is a public technology device used to find information...

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We Are All Born for Love

We are all born for love. It is the principle of existence, and its only end. Benjamin Disraeli Love…does it mean for you something? Of course it seems to be very strange, mysterious and unknown, but you can not deny the fact that love always arouses only pleasant emotions in people. Although, it is not so easy to clear up what love is. I am sure that everybody will say that it is a great feeling which changes people for the better and makes them very romantic...

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