SALES & MARKETING basic principles

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SALES & MARKETING basic principles Introduced by:

Paolo Faberi United Nations Volunteer, partner of “Seniores Italia” NGO in Rome Yerevan, May 2010 1

Reference business field

Activity chosen

Social – economic – institutional environment

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MARKET SEGMENTATION 1. Total Market

2. Differentiated Market 1

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3

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3. Identified Market 1

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Market segmentation (continues)  Total market: means the market demand for our product/service, as defined on slide at pag.7

 Differentiated market as per: a) type of targeted consumer (ex. young – elder; low, middle, high income; living in city or outside of town; different educational level) b) influencing frequency of consumption (ex. alcohol, proposing multiple intake occasions) c) Sales outlet chosen (ex. mineral water sold only in pharmacies) and distribution channel chosen (short/long); both having an effect on sales price and our communication → if towards trade or consumer

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WHAT IS MARKETING?

•Ability to understand

•Give customers

customer’s needs

satisfactions sought

SO AS TO ALLOW ENTERPRISE REWARD

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THE MARKETING TARGET Make the product/service

attractive

accessible

easily usable

Influencing customer’s desires THUS INFLUENCING THE DEMAND 6

The market demand for a product is: •the product quantity supposedly bought by a specific buyers group, •given specific geographical area and time period, •within specific marketing environment and marketing programme.

7 elements are therefore identified: 7

7 ELEMENTS - Product - Quantity bought - Buyers group - Geographical area - Time period - Marketing environment - Marketing programme

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The MARKETING’s TWO FACES

“Marketing” means the whole of the choices an enterprise makes so as to: •Define its role (market leader? Follower?) •Define the products characteristics •How to put them on the market ANALYTICAL MARKETING

DECISIONAL MARKETING

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ANALYTICAL MARKETING • DEMAND ANALYSIS - Chosen sector analysis - Determine market share (in volume and value) - Buying behaviour analysis, both of the chosen market and consumers - Estimate current and future demand

•OFFER ANALYSIS - Competitors analyses

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DECISIONAL MARKETING • STRATEGIC - Enterprise role - Enterprise positioning - Product • OPERATIVE - Communication Advertising Promotion Public relations Sales techniques - Sales point - Price

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MARKETING MIX • Marketing mix is the combination of all marketing variables • The correct mix of such variables (called “LEVERAGE”) is a success source • The most known marketing LEVERAGE is called …

>>>>>>>>>>The “4 P” in Marketing Mix<<<<<<<<<<

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MARKETING MIX Product Quality Characteristics Options Style Brand Packing Sizes Guarantee Possibility of returning

TARGET MARKET

Price Official pricelist Discounts, memberships Payment conditions

Point of sales Coverage Location Stock Transport

Promotion Advertising Personal touch Sales promotion Public relations 13

PRODUCT Non-durable goods Durable goods Services 14

PRICE Price is the only marketing-mix element generating a proceeds

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high high medium

PRODUCT QUALITY

PRICE

low

High price strategy Net profit increase strategy Speculative strategy

medium

low

Market penetration strategy Average strategy

Clearance sale strategy Affordable price strategy

Promotional push strategy

Cheap price strategy 16

Diapositiva 16 .1

.; 06/04/2010

Mix of product quality & price (continues)  Generally speaking, the mix is not forever. On the contrary it might change along the year according to (examples): a) cash money needed in that particular period b) market penetration strategy (Fiat cars are selling the same model cheaper in some countries) c) policy of price-lowering for old model so as to give space to the new one (or export to developing countries) To take into account: when retail sales are made by the trade, consider that sometimes discount given by the manufacturer will not be granted to the consumer.

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ADVERTISING Advertising is one of the four fundamental tools an enterprise utilizes in order to: •transmit a persuasive communication to its buyers and to different kinds of targeted public

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“Is your advertising effective?” “Sure it is! Last week we placed an ad in a newspaper, looking for a night watchman … … and on the following night we were robbed!”

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When drawing up an advertising schedule, 5 questions must be answered: - What are the advertising goals? - How much can we invest?

(mission) ( financial resources)

- What kind of message do we want to send ? (message) - Using which medium?

(media)

- How do results have to be assessed? (measurement)

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SALES POINT Under this heading we group all elements on which the enterprise can operate so as to make the product accessible and available for potential buyers.

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4P

4C

(meant by entrepreneur)

(meant by customer)

1. Product

1. Customer value

2. Price

2. Cost

3. (sales) Point

3. Convenience

4. Promotional activities

4. Communication

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The 6 MARKETING’s critical points 1. Enterprise looks at the client, and not at the market 2. Enterprise hasn’t sufficient knowledge of its target-client 3. Enterprise must define and better monitor its competitors 4. Enterprise is unable to detect new opportunities 5. Insufficient communication and brand-building skills 6. Enterprise hasn’t taken enough advantage of technology’s benefits 23

Enterprise looks at the client, and not at the market

1) Inaccurate identification of market segments

2) Inaccurate definition of market priorities

 Make use of more advanced segmentation techniques: benefits, perceived value, fidelity

 Give priority to the most important segments  Train skilled sales staff

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The enterprise doesn’t know well its target-clients 1) The most recent customers  Perform a more accurate analysis was performed 3 consumer research years ago 2) We are not complying with the sales forecasts; our competitors are selling more

 Make use of more analytical techniques

3) High level of returned goods and complaints

 Review production and/or distribution

 Create a customers and tradespeople panel

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The enterprise must better define and monitor its competitors 1) Too much focus on the closest competitors, ignorance about the remaining ones 2) The enterprise does not dispose of a system for strategic informations collection

 Prepare offer packages similar to those of competitors  Pay attention to all new technologies potentially harmful to enterprise  Appoint a person who will be responsible for strategic informations 26

The enterprise is unable to identify new opportunities 1) Over the last period no promising opportunity has been identified

 Create a system by which new ideas are suggested by stakeholders, partners, employees

2) Most part of new ideas launched by enterprise has not succeeded

 Use of creative opportunities, so as to generate new ideas

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Communication and brand-building abilities are insufficient 1) The target-market has little knowledge of the enterprise

 Improve brand-building strategies; quantify relevant measurement

2) Our brand does not differentiate from others, is not considered as a better one

 Resources transferral towards hi-effective marketing tools

3) Every year the communication budget is allocated to the same marketing tools

•Check-up of returns guaranteed by the same; choice of and investing in the most promising

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The enterprise hasn’t taken advantage of all possible technology benefits 1) The enterprise makes limited use of the Internet

 Make greater use of Internet potentialities

2) The automation system is obsolete

 Improve sales automation system

3) The enterprise hasn’t implemented any marketing automation

 Make use of automation when taking marketing decisions

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THEREFORE knowing our weaknesses becomes a STRENGTH • The enterprise makes market segmentation, identifies the best segments, developping a strong leadership in any of them • The enterprise knows who are its main competitors, their strongness and weaknesses • The enterprise develops systems in order to: identify opportunities,

establish a priority order when selecting the most promising • The enterprise builds a strong brand, using

communication and promotional tools • The enterprise undergoes a continuous technological improvement process 30

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SALES & MARKETING basic principles

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