TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
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Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Literature Review
Chapter Three: Research Method
Chapter One: Introduction
The study of the importance of branding and packaging as a means of sales promotion in a business organization can be traced to various issues highlighted below.
The importance is conspicuously apparent to the fact that the physical product will not be at test without these two aspects of it. Though branding and packaging an individual can make easy choice of the desired product he/she tend to go for.
Also, branding and packaging as a means of sales promotion helps to boost the product effectively. The aspects of consumer interest and their satisfaction were apparently observed and the market environments were also given very closed consideration where the sales promotion does exist.
Branding and packaging are two of the most important components of marketing in an organization. Branding is a term used to describe the name, description and design of a product. Branding differentiates a company’s product from their competition. Packaging is a marketing tool used to reflect the brand. A company uses packaging to sell the product inside.
Branding and packaging are created by a company while these efforts are used to markets products, they in turn market the company itself. Branding reflects the image that the company seeks to project and identify as target customers.
There are many problems that affect branding and packaging during sales promotion era in an organization. Today’s organizations are characterized by complex relationship and a high degree of interdependent tasks that can occur. People also have different vales and perceptions towards different product for instance.
A production manager might decided to change the method of packaging and still retain its brand name in order to stream line few products which eventually might not be satisfactory and acceptable by the consumers.
In pursuance of the study, the following research questions are put together for possible treatment.
The following hypotheses will guide the research work. These include:
Ho: Low standard of packaging has a negative impact on sales promotion.
HI: Low standard of packaging does not have a negative impact on sales promotion.
Ho: Inadequate packaging has a negative impact on sales promotion.
HI: Inadequate packaging does not have a negative impact on sales promotion.
The study will find out whether Coca-Cola Company has wholly of partially adopted a standard branding and packaging system visa vis its strategies of exhibiting products during sales promotion. The work reveals the increasing importance of its products in the national business environments.
The study will also highlight some of the important factors that guide the company’s branded and package product in the market environment. Effort rendered by the company through various innovation and tactic of captivating the customers interest towards the regular purchase of their product.
At the end, the organization/management will become aware that through the importance of branding and packaging as a means of sales promotion system, the firm is not only doing the consumer a favour but on the contrary they are survive in a buyers market.
The coverage of this project examine the extend to which Coca-Cola Company applies the means of sales promotion in their business operation. Also realizing the financial and time constraints to associate with the type of study. The study will therefore explore the business activities and operation of the organization with a view to determining the extend to which they have applied branded and package product as a means of sales promotion in their organization.
The study will also look into its market environment, marketing activities like buying, pricing, customer service and any other areas that may be deemed necessary to look into in order to achieve the aim as the research.
The study is beneficial and important with respect to the problems under study. The researcher is intended to examined the problem and prospects of sales promotion of an organization branded and package product.
Since the ultimate foal of any business organization is to optimize profit by minimizing cost; management should know how to tackle sales promotion in their organization.
Organization other than those located in Lagos who are into sales promotion of their branded and packaged product will benefit generously from the study of better performance.
It is therefore hope that the result of the study, if properly implemented will enable the organization improve their customers better and attract new ones. The consistent improvement of their quality of the product and services based on the findings of this study will help gain a sustainable customer confidence and patronage and hence improve productivity, profit and growth of the country’s economic development.
The limitation of the research study range from various challenges faced by the researcher.
First and foremost the study has to be carried out under great pressure to meet the need of other courses. The gathering of relevant information required for this study was almost impossible as the staff of Coca-Cola drink Company Lagos State, were reluctant to furnish the researcher with relevance and viral information.
In fact the reluctance exhibited by the staff of Coca-Cola drink Company led to delay in sourcing crucial information needed for this research work.
Brand: This is a name seen as an integral re-enforcer of a product concept (Paul Ndubuisi; 2002).
Brand Mark: A brand mark is that which can be recognized, spoken or pronounced (Fuller R. M., 2006).
A Trade Mark: A legal name of a company it helps to identify its product at the market (Marcus Okafor, 2001).
A Sales Promotion: Strategy for selling a product (Philip Kotler, 2003).
Exhibition: A public place where you put things so that people can go to see them (Peter Anderson, 2005).
Organization: A group such as a club or business that are from or for a particular purpose (Agnes Jones, 2000).
Customer: Someone who buys goods and services from a shop (Mark Peterson, 2004).
Strategy: A well planned series of action for achieving an aim (David O. Ogie, 2003).
Literature: The production of written works having excellence of forms or expression and dealing with ideas of permanent interest (McCarthy E. J. et al, 2006).
Hypothesis: Assumption made in order to test its logical or empirical consequences (David O. Ogie, 2003).
Appendix: Supplementary matter added at the end of a book (Thomas Davis, 2000).
Uniqueness: Being the only thing of its kind (Macular Jones, 2001).
Authenticity: Something genuine or real (Fuller R. M, 2006).
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