"The Fashion Channel Swot Analysis" Essays and Research Papers

1 - 10 of 500

The Fashion Channel Swot Analysis

Case Study: The Fashion Channel (TFC) June 30, 2009 Overview The Fashion Channel (TFC), founded in 1996, is a successful cable TV network dedicated to all things fashion. Although quite young compared to other TV networks, TFC has experienced steady growth and in 2006 forecasted its revenue at $310.6 million. TFC operates primarily as a niche network, focused solely on fashion and fashion related programming, but still manages to reach almost 80 million US households that subscribe...

Premium Advertising, Brand management, Fashionista 2059  Words | 7  Pages

Open Document

Fashion Channel Case Analysis

Fashion Channel Questions Please answer the following questions in no more than 3 pages single spaced or 6 pages double spaced using a 12pt font. Exhibits such as your excel results do not count against the page limit. Please note that the column “2007 base” in the excel spread sheet assumes you do not segment the market. It is critically important that you communicate your reasoning clearly. You MUST NOT talk about the case in depth with anyone else. 1. How would you interpret the consumer...

Premium Income statement, Knitting, Net income 1591  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Fashion Channel Case Solution

Answer 1. SWOT analysis of The Fashion Channel The Fashion Channel (TFC) is a 24*7 cable TV network which is exclusively dedicated to fashion. It was found in 1996 and since then it has been witnessing continuous upswing. According to an annual demographic survey, TFC is having approximately 110 million subscribers of cable & satellite television. But, due to increasing competition with other fashion channels, it is in the need for developing a modern and updated brand strategy. SWOT analysis...

Premium Advertising, Cable television, Competition 1079  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document

Fashion Channel

Q1) How would you interpret the consumer and market data if you were Dana Wheeler? I would first try to see if I could classify the data into various segments. The fashion channel is very popular among women. Hence, I would differentiate between the women viewers based on age, spending capacity, fashion nerdiness, etc. These will become subsets of the superset “women viewers”. Once, I determine the segments I would look for any noticeable trends in the segments that will prove profitable for the...

Premium CPM, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Income 928  Words | 3  Pages

Open Document

Fashion Channel

THE FASHION CHANNEL The Fashion Channel is an unique leading cable TV network specialized in only fashion programming with broadcasting 24 hours a day and 7 days per week.The channel has a steady uprising revenue background and profitable high growth above the its’ industry average from the establishment in 1996 by two men who has an entrepreneurial spirit. TFC(The Fashion Channel) has a huge revenue amount of 310.6 million in 2006 with 80 million household viewer who has subscribed to their...

Premium Brand, Cable television, Game theory 1463  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document

Marketing presentation - The Fashion Channel

 The Fashion Channel The VPs main focus was recommending few new segmentation and positioning strategy for TFC Recent addition to TFC and was eager to create an impression Company needed to strengthen its competitive position in the market The company was ready to spend $60M in 2007 which was an increase of 33.33% from 2006 TFC Background A very famous and successful TV network – dedicated solely to fashion 24/7 Founded in 1994 by 2 entrepreneurs. Steady revenue and profit growth since...

Premium Advertising, Advertising agency, Circle 1402  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Fashion Channel

The Fashion Channel is a well known cable television network dedicated to fashion only. CEO Jared Thomas founded the network in 1996 and had seen constant growth in sales, revenue and profit since its beginning. Thomas understands that in order to stay aggressive the company needs to strengthen its competitive position. Thus, Thomas hired Dana Wheeler, an expert in marketing. Dana needs to prove that her recommendations of spending more than $60 million in national and affiliate advertising, promotion...

Premium Harvard Business School, Market segmentation, Marketing 885  Words | 3  Pages

Open Document

The Fashion Channel

data. From its inception in 1996 until recently, The Fashion Channel (TFC) enjoyed great success by appealing to as a broad an audience as possible. Overall viewer numbers were the main focus, and so long as TFC had no significant competition in terms of the fashion-specific content it offered, this “something for everyone” approach was a winner. But competitors such as CNN and Lifetime made note of TFC’s success. They began to offer fashion-specific programming. Consumers now have a choice, and...

Premium Advertising, Consumer, Income 1417  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document

The Fashion Channel

The Fashion Channel: Case Write-Up Decision to Be Made The management team for The Fashion Channel (TFC) must decide which customer segment(s) or  “cluster”  they  should  target in their new marketing strategy and how they should position TFC to ultimately increase company revenue. When deciding their marketing strategy, TFC must consider how they can increase their share of the market (ratings) versus the increasingly competitive fashion programming on CNN and Lifetime, and if they can maintain...

Premium Advertising, Fashionista, Income statement 1858  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Swot Analysis

Definition Of SWOT Analysis 3. SWOT Analysis of a General Store/Corner Shop. 4. Conclusion 5. References EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This assignment helps us to know about the meaning of SWOT analysis. SWOT analysis uncovers our strength, opportunities, weaknesses, threats. SWOT analysis of a general store will spread light on all above internal and external factors that are favourable or unfavourable to achieve our desire goal. Definition of SWOT Analysis SWOT analysis is a strategic...

Premium Distribution, Fortune 500, Management 387  Words | 3  Pages

Open Document

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free