Shell Truck Marketing Communication Strategy

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GRIN Verlag, Apr 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 45 pages
Document from the year 2003 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 73%, University of Leeds (Business School), course: Shell, language: English, abstract: Shell is a company providing different products and services for the CRT market. This highly competitive market, dominated by Q8, reduces Shell’s sources of profitability and therefore Shell launch a major campaign to develop a stronger position. The campaign will target existing and potential fleet managers and drivers. The concept is to drive the fleet manager to the EuroCargo exhibition in Cologne, major place of meeting for the European companies in the transport sector with a multistage Direct Marketing process. To back up this campaign, specialised magazines and sponsorship of events and traffic radios are planned before and after the trade-fair. This event will also correspond to the launch of the new brand (TranShell) specially build up for the CRT market, in order to add some values (flexibility, integration, expertise, etc.) necessary to this B2B sector. Finally, the effectiveness of the campaign will be maximised by using on-going and post campaign measurement methods. This campaign is the Shell’s first step to offer a fully integrated provision of solutions by developing innovative products and services.
 

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