Introduction to Marketing
University of Pennsylvania
Coursera
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assignment Niveau : Introductif
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language Sous titrage : Ukrainien, Chinois, Vietnamien, Turc, Japonais
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En résumé

Taught by three of Wharton's top faculty in the marketing department, consistently ranked as the #1 marketing department in the world, this course covers three core topics in customer loyalty: branding, customer centricity, and practical, go-to-market strategies. You’ll learn key principles in - Branding: brand equity is one of the key elements of keeping customers in a dynamic world in which new startups are emerging constantly. - Customer centricity: not synonymous with customer service, customer centricity starts with customer focus and need-gathering. - Go-to-market strategies: understand the drivers that influence customers and see how these are implemented prior to making an investment. Complete this course as part of Wharton's Business Foundations Specialization, and you'll have the opportunity to take the Capstone Project and prepare a strategic analysis and proposed solution to a real business challenge from Wharton-governed companies like Shazam and SnapDeal or to a challenge faced by your own company or organization. Wharton-trained staff will evaluate the top submissions, and leadership teams at Shazam and SnapDeal will review the highest scoring projects prepared for their companies.

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Le programme

  • Week 1 - BRANDING: Marketing Strategy and Brand Positioning
    Professor Kahn starts us off with the first of two Branding modules: Marketing Strategy and Brand Positioning. For an overview of all concepts covered in the course, please read the syllabus below. Additional info may be found in the Course Pages. Please parti...
  • Week 2 - CUSTOMER CENTRICITY: The Limits of Product-Centric Thinking & The Opportunities and Challenges of Customer Centricity
    Module 2 of our class features Professor Peter Fader, who will focus on concepts related to Customer Centricity. In an economy that is increasingly responsive to customer behaviors, it is imperative to focus on the right customers for strategic advantages. The...
  • Week 3 - GO TO MARKET STRATEGIES: Online-Offline Interaction & How to Find Lead Users and Facilitate Influence and Contagion
    Professor David Bell takes over this week as we begin our third module! We are shifting focus to the critical topic of "Go to Market Strategies." The "go to market" strategy offers more possibilities than ever before as companies have the potential to address ...
  • Week 4 - BRANDING: Effective Brand Communications Strategies and Repositioning Strategies
    Professor Kahn is back in this fourth module, the second of her Branding Modules, covering effective brand communications strategies and repositioning strategies. Understanding how customers perceive your brand messaging and marketing is one of the most import...
  • Week 5 - Applied Marketing (Optional)
    These short lectures apply marketing principles taught in the course to current examples. Content in these lectures may deepen your understanding of course concepts, but won't be tested directly on the quizzes or exam.
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Les intervenants

Barbara E. Kahn
Professor of Marketing and Director, Jay H. Baker Retailing Center
The Wharton School

Peter Fader
Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative
The Wharton School

David Bell
Xinmei Zhang and Yongge Dai Professor, Professor of Marketing
Marketing

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Le concepteur

The University of Pennsylvania (commonly referred to as Penn) is a private university, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. A member of the Ivy League, Penn is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States, and considers itself to be the first university in the United States with both undergraduate and graduate studies.
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