Oreo’s marketing strategy has 3 key pillars: Creating a momentum with Flywheel Effect, Hitting the right spot with The Oreo Buzz and making itself available everywhere.
Nestle’s marketing strategy is focused on five key pillars: Localization of Products, Benefit led advertising, brand building, content marketing, and OOH advertising.
What is it about these multi-colored chocolates that consumers can’t seem to get enough of? The answer lies in the colorful marketing strategy of M&M’s.
What drove Dettol’s success in the Indian market and gave the brand a competitive edge is its unique yet modest marketing strategy and brand identity.
Marketing strategy of WOW Skin Science focused on analyzing consumer decision-making journeys and using tools of persuasion, which can be explained through a framework called AIDCAS
How did Patagonia position itself as an activist company? What marketing strategies did Patagonia adopt to connect with consumers and sell even more?
Nescafe’s marketing strategy & mix includes inspirational advertising strategy, range of products, maintaining affordability, and utilizing Nestle’s strong distribution network.
You just can’t buy a Ferrari even with tons of money. Only a selected few can get their hands behind the steering wheel. What marketing strategy makes Ferrari so exclusive?