What competitive strategies can organisations use to improve market performance?
These are strategies used by firms to improve market performance, the only factor relating to the product which is changed is price.
Pricing is just one way to improve market performance, non pricing strategies involve other techniques to improve market performance. Also take a look at the Marketing unit.
The Italians produce Fiat cars, which was one of the cheapest new cars in the UK. However the most popular new cars are Fords!
When consumers go shopping, they do not base their buying decisions just on price, they consider other factors.
Non-Pricing strategies are used by companies to increase sales, expand market share, retain existing and attract new customers. . .
Non-Pricing strategies are methods and techniques used by firms that don't involve a change in the price of the product.
Promotions and offers are also important to consumers when choosing products.
They will be "tempted" by:
Advertising through the media, can make products more attractive and persuade people to purchase them.
Advertising can create in peoples' minds an image for a product. . .
Branding is a valuable marketing tool. Branding is the creation of an identity for a company or product.
Branding allows companies to maintain their current market status and enter or create new markets. . .
Non-Pricing Strategies can be found in all of the four types of markets: monopolistic, oligopolistic, competitive and even non-competitive markets.
However Non-Pricing Strategies will be found most strongly in oligopolistic markets and will be a feature of competitive markets
A good example of Non-Pricing Strategies are those employed by the computer firm Apple in trying to sell their Powerbook at the end of the 1990s
It was used in the film Mission Impossible and was then promoted in a range of TV adverts using clips from the film. . .
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Sony did something very similar with the James Bond film, Casino Royale, they used the film to promote many of their products.
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