Marketing case study: Astor & Lodges (part 1) Part 2 Comparative study on Australia hotel industry

| March 28, 2015

Case Study Report Objective The assumption is that you will represent the company’s sales and marketing staff. Your lecturer will assume the composite role of the new President and CEO, the Chairman of the Board, and the CFO. Your role will be to prepare this individual case report to persuade your President (etc) to adopt your case analysis and strategy recommendations to improve the performance of the company. The teaching objective for this case are:  PART A (Maximum 15% of Total Marks) 1. To introduce students to the economics of the U.S. hotel industry.  2. To affirm the fundamental role that segmentation, targeting, and positioning plays in crafting an advertising and sales program. 3. To alert students to the growing senior management insistence on financial accountability when preparing marketing, advertising, and sales programs.  4. To consider the objective-task approach to communication budgeting. 5. To apply contribution analysis in the evaluation of marketing decisions. PART B (Maximum 15% of Total Marks) To study the Australian Hotel industry and then develop and justify an alternative viable blue ocean strategy approach(s) for the US Based company if it were to set up business in Australia. ……………………………………

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