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Title: Unit 1 The World of Marketing


1
Unit 1 The World of Marketing
  • Chapter 1 Marketing Is All Around Us
  • Chapter 2 The Marketing Plan

2
Chapter 1 Marketing Is All Around Us
  • Section 1.1 Marketing and the Marketing Concept
  • Section 1.2 The Importance of Marketing
  • Section 1.3 Fundamentals of Marketing

3
Marketing and the Marketing Concept
Key Terms marketing goods services marketing
concept
  • Objectives
  • Define marketing
  • List the seven marketing core functions
  • Understand the marketing concept

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
4
The Scope of Marketing
marketing The process of planning, pricing,
promoting, selling, and distributing products to
satisfy customers needs and wants.
  • You have already participated in the marketing X
    process as a consumer. Now you need to think like
    a marketer and keep up with
  • Trends
  • Consumer attitudes
  • Customer relationships

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
5
Ideas, Goods, and Services
  • Marketing promotes ideas, goods, and services,
    such as
  • A candidates political platform
  • A public service initiative
  • A new car
  • A dentist office

This ad promotes a healthy diet that includes
dairy products
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
6
Ideas, Goods, and Services
goods Tangible items of monetary value that
satisfy needs and wants.
  • Examples of marketed goods include
  • Cars
  • Electronics
  • Home furnishings
  • Foods

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
7
Ideas, Goods, and Services
services Intangible items of monetary value that
satisfy needs and wants.
  • Examples of services that may be marketed are
  • Automotive repair
  • Hair styling
  • Legal aid
  • Financial consulting

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
8
Marketing and the Marketing Concept
  • Graphic Organizer
  • Use your umbrella shape to organize the marketing
    concepts you will learn about in this section.

Marketing Core Functions
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
9
Seven Marketing Core Functions
  1. Channel Management

getting goods to customers. Where to sell your
product (retail store, on-line, wholesaler, etc).
Also includes methods of transportation truck,
rail, ship, etc. ---- DISTRIBUTION
----
2. Market Planning
understanding concepts and strategies to develop
and target marketing strategies to a specific
market. What strategies do you use to attract
customers?
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
10
Seven Marketing Core Functions
  1. Marketing information management

researching customers, trends, and competitors.
Gathering information to make sound business
decisions.
4. Pricing
charging for goods and services to make a profit.
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
11
Seven Marketing Core Functions
  1. Product/service management

obtaining, developing, maintaining, and improving
a product or service. Includes features of a
product as well as packaging, branding, and
labeling.
6. Promotion
informing, persuading, and reminding customers
about a product or service
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
12
Seven Marketing Core Functions
  1. Selling

providing customers with goods and services.
Includes personal selling (in stores, on phones,
with representatives, etc.)
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
13
The Marketing Concept
marketing concept Businesses should satisfy
customers needs and wants while making a profit.
  • The marketing concept X focuses on satisfying the
    needs and wants of customers. For a business to
    be successful, all employees must
  • Understand the marketing concept
  • Provide the best possible service to customers

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.1
14
Ch 1.2 The Importance of Marketing
Key Terms utility
  • Objectives
  • Analyze the benefits of marketing
  • Apply the concept of utility

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
15
The Importance of Marketing
Key Terms utility
  • Note the benefits of marketing and list the five
    utilities on lines jutting out from one of the
    ovals.

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
16
Economic Benefits of Marketing
  • Marketings benefits to the economy and consumers
    are
  • New and improved products
  • Lower prices
  • Added value

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
17
New and Improved Products
  • Marketing generates competition. Some examples
  • Food manufacturers know that parents want
    children to start the day with healthy foods. So
    Quaker created Fruit Oatmeal Toastables and
    Breakfast Squares.

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
18
New and Improved Products
  • Dutch Boy Paints won an award for its new
    container design that makes the container easy to
    hold and open as paint is poured.

This ad promotes Dutch Boy Paints innovative
paint container.
Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
19
Lower Prices
  • Marketing increases demand. When demand is high
  • Products can be produced in larger quantities
  • The fixed cost per unit is lower

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
20
Lower Prices
  • As a result, a company can
  • Charge a lower price per unit
  • Sell more units
  • Make more money

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
21
Lower Prices
  • In addition, when demand for products increases
  • More companies enter the marketplace
  • Companies must lower prices to remain competitive

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
22
Added Value and Utility
utility An attribute of a product or service
that makes it capable of satisfying consumers
wants and needs.
  • The value that marketing adds to a product or
    service is called utility X. Five utilities
    contribute to making a product or service capable
    of satisfying customers wants and needs
  • Form putting parts together to make a product
    consumers want

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
23
Added Value and Utility
  • Place offering a product where consumers can buy
    it (e.g. retail store, catalog, Web site)
  • Time offering a product at a convenient time of
    day or year for consumers

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
24
Added Value and Utility
  • Possession allowing consumers to take legal
    ownership of a product
  • Information communicating information about a
    product (e.g. through labeling, advertising, or
    an owners manual)

Marketing Essentials Chapter 1, Section 1.2
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