Contents of N4/2012
Trust of consumers as important factors of competitive fight of banks
Fyodorova Y.A., student of the Volgograd state technical university, e-mail: FyodorovaYuliya@rambler.ru
Dryablova E.A., student of the Volgograd state technical university, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Årbert E.E., senior tutor of «Economics and Management» of the Volgograd state technical university, e-mail: email@example.com
The future introduction of Russia to the World Trade Organization puts domestic banks in conditions of serious toughening of competitive fight. In the circumstances there is especially actual a studying of trust of consumers, as one of factors of increase of competitiveness of banks. During studying of the matter the banks presented in the city of Volgograd and their main services were considered. By results of sociological poll the five of banks – leaders on trust of consumers was revealed and the reasons, allowed to reach such situation are studied.
Keywords: trust of consumers, banks, competitive fight, leadership, sociological poll
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2.Civil code of Russian Federation, article 26, point 2
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7.Federal law from December, 6, 2011 N 409-FÇ
Stetsenko Y.V., GfK Rus PR & Director of Communications, e-mail: Yulia.Stetsenko@gfk.com
A joint study of the Association of European Businesses (AEB) and the International Institute for Marketing Research "GfK-Rus" studies the attractiveness of doing business in Russia for foreign companies, the comfort of doing business, the prospects of the Russian market, employment of foreigners and demand for their services.
Keywords: company, European, expectations, study, perspective.
Study of the Association of European Businesses (AEB) in collaboration with the Inter-
International Institute of marketing and social research "GfK-Rus", April-May 2012.
Emotional forces of motivation in choosing brand in the light of consumer behavior
Groshev I.V., Doctor of Economics, Doctor of Psychology, Honoured Science Worker of the Russian Federation, Professor, Pro-rector of Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Krasnoslobodstev A.A., candidate of economic sciences, Senior Lecturer of the Staff Management and Marketing Department of Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin,Director of the Research Centre on the problems of industrial brand management, promotion and management of brand capital at the goods markets, e-mail: email@example.com
The article scrutinizes motivational components which define consumer behavior. Consumer needs and motives are analyzed on the basis of which the models of consumer behavior are examined. The main criteria of choosing brand are given categorizing consumers.
Keywords: brand, choice, motive, model, consumer behavior, need, purchase, consumer, type, value.
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14.Krasnoslobodtsev A.A. The Role of Brand While Choosing Goods // Scientific Notes of Tambov Regional Department of the Free Economic Society of Russia. – Tambov: Publishing House TSU named after G.R. Derzhavin, 2009. – Volume 12. – Issue 1. – PP. 225-226.
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As by means of simple actions to turn potential clients into the real clients
Kovalev Ì.N., Business consultant, coach, candidate of sociology sciences, professor of Moscow State University of Management, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article contains some tips on lead conversion for sales departments. The aim is to convert the people applying for your goods and services into your clients because 1-2% lead conversion increasing gives you extra 20% profit. Some important issues on your very first communication with your potential clients are given. Very useful and low-cost tips on business telephoning process for your managers will help them to save up to 30% of their working time. Your managers can use this time for selling and getting extra profit to you and themselves as well.
Keywords: lead generation, lead conversion, profit, sales department, clients, potential clients, business telephoning process.
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Advertizing and media planning
Shmatov G.À., Senior Researcher, Ural State University, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, e-mail: email@example.com
In work the methodology and technology of planning of an advertising campaign is stated. The author considers problems of strategic, tactical and practical planning of advertising. Innovative methods of increase in advertising effectiveness and optimization of the advertising budget are presented.
Keywords: advertizing, media, planning, effectiveness
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Characteristics of emotional consumer behavior
Dimova N.I., candidate of economic sciences, Ch. ass. Dr., New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
In the rational model of consumer behavior is clear that consumers are not affected emotionally by the products being marketed and there is no emotional context of shopping. The study of the emotions of consumers helps marketers interpret the confusing aspects of consumer behavior by understanding the emotional influences.
Keywords: users, emotions, advertisements, relations
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Sensory brending as communication instrument
Golubkova E.N., professor of Russian University of Economy named after
G.V. Plechanov, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Consider the instruments of marketing communicating which are new for Russian market. Traditional instruments of marketing communication are becoming ineffective because distinctive advantages of products are becoming not sufficiently distinguishable that why new instruments of influence on consumers are demanded. Sensory communication gives opportunities to identify of brends with help of sound, color, smell. The examples of practical implementation of sensory brending are considered in the article.
Keywords: sensory communication, sensory brending, brend identification, communication elements, color semantics, ethic preferences, sonic effects.
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Concept of boom demand
Pàshytin S.B., Doctor of biol., e-mail: email@example.com
The questions of the biological basis of formation of an excessive consumer demand. It is shown that in the case of excessive demand triggered a psychological reaction, characteristic of the average man in the street, and not based on a desire to be different. One of the communication tools to influence consumers have a greater impact on public opinion, are the rumors. The characteristic of the rumors as a marketing tool for creating excessive demand.
Keywords: boom demand, rumor, social group, opinion leader, psychological posture, rumor distribution channels, clannish marketing.
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Marketing of science-intense industries (per example of pharmaceutics)
Simanovskaya Ì.L., candidate of economic sciences,assistant professor of public administrationMoscow State University. MV Lomonosov, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Groubman Ì.À., (LLC “Raifarm”)
Pharmaceutics is used as an example to describe specific characteristics of science-intense industries. Micromarketing approaches are described as methods that decrease the risks on all phases of drug life cycles and some aspects of governmental regulations of pharmaceutics.
Keywords: science-intense industries, competitive advantages, risks on all phases of drug life cycle, micromarketing in pharmaceutics, macromarketing in pharmaceutics
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On the interaction of marketing department with other departments at Russian enterprises
Saburova Ì.Ì., candidate of economic sciences, lecturer of cathedra "Economics and Management» of Ulyanovsk State Technical University, e-mail: email@example.com
This article describes the possible schemes of effective cooperation marketing department with other departments at Russian enterprises, reveals the key problems and solutions within the framework of the interaction.
Keywords: marketing, marketing department, production department, R & D, Legal, Personnel Service, Financial services, purchasing, workflow, lateral marketing, interaction.
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MARKETS: STATE AND DEVELOPMENT
World leading experts about licensing in Russia: perspectives and international practice. Based on materials of press-conference at LICENSING@RUSSIA
Evseenkova Å.À.,CEO, Vita Nova Agency (licensing agency, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Licensing market in Russia is relatively new, but it the most attractive and highly increasing market in the world. World’s biggest licensors and agents are interested in this market, as well as international licensees looking forward to new Russian brands. The world leading experts were sharing their ideas about specific and perspectives during first international licensing expo in Russia.
Key words: license, licensor, licensee, intellectual property, expert.
Transcript of the speeches of experts at the conference
Diversification of the product portfolio of industrial enterprises:
associated costs and risks
Pleshchenko V.I., candidate of economic sciences, FSUE «Goznak», e-mail: email@example.com
Desire enterprises of industry to reduce uncertainty and risks involved in doing business, and dependent on external factors, is reflected in the expansion of product line, orientation to a larger number of consumers with different preferences. However, this approach causes generally an increase in the number of suppliers and contractors of the company and the appropriate of increase transaction costs. Solution to the problem lies in finding the optimal correlation of risks and costs for concrete enterprise.
Keywords: industrial enterprise, external environment, risks, uncertainty, diversification of product line, transaction costs.
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Formation of the prices for not fuel goods in shops at refueling complexes
Lenkova O. V., candidate of economic sciences, Associate Professor of management in the branches of the fuel and energy complex of Tyumen State oil and gas University, Advisor to the Russian Academy of natural sciences, Tyumen, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deberdieva E.M., candidate of economic sciences, docent, Director of the Institute of management and business of Tyumen State oil and gas University, Advisor to the Russian Academy of natural sciences, Tyumen, e-mail: email@example.com
Osinovskaya I.V., candidate of economic sciences, Associate Professor of management in the branches of the fuel and energy complex of Tyumen State oil and gas University, Advisor to the Russian Academy of natural sciences, Tyumen, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In article the algorithm the program formation of development not fuel goods of retails and services is given in shops at refueling complexes. Within this algorithm features of prices establishment for not fuel goods are considered and concrete recommendations about the account are made when pricing such factors, as refueling complexes site, number of cars arrivals on studied à refueling complexes, formats of shops at refueling complexes, demand of buyers and influence of competitors. Given approbation calculations are given they showed that establishment of the differentiated prices on geographical segments of the market within implementation of the program of development will allow studied branch to increase volumes of realization of not fuel production and to get additional profit.
Keywords: prices for not fuel goods, oil products supply, marketing program, refueling complexes
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The organization of internet coupon sales as a direction of development of multichannel integration in a service sector
Panyukova V.V., candidate of economic sciences, docent (senior lecturer) Chair of the organization and technology of commerce Russian state university of trade and economic, e-mail: email@example.com
The application of multi - channel integration strategy is one of the key tendencies of the development of commercial activity of retailers and enterprises of service sector. At the same time trade companies carry out commercial activity in a physical stores and in the Internet. During the last three years we see the growth of market capacity of coupon sales and also the steady rise of the number of subjects of the market involved in collective sales of coupons in the Internet. In the article the author gives the characteristics of the main features of development of the market of coupon sales in Russia and makes a forecast about the perspective directions of development of the market of coupon sales.
Keywords: multi-channel integration, coupon sales, site of collective sales, organizer of collective sales, promotion of goods and services
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Managing new product development: a case study comparing Canon, Inc. and Apple Computer, Inc
Gîlubkîv Å.P.,HE Doctor of Economics., Honored Worker of Science, Professor, Academy of National Economy and Public Serviceat the RF President, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this paper we compare the new product development process in two companies that have reputations for innovation. We will show how the information creation process operated and how that assisted in the self-renewal of the companies. The Japanese case study is the development of the Mini Copier by Canon. The U.S. case study is the development of the Macintosh computer by Apple Computers. For each company these were crucial product developments. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the Canon and Apple methods of organizing and encouraging the creation process.
Keywords: new product, case study, information creation process, organization of new product development process, motivation of new product development process.
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The first Russian online cashback mall ClickAndPay.ru intends to occupy 10% of e-commerce market by 2015
Voitsekhovich-Kazantsev Ê., Company Promoter and Chief Development Officer, http://www.clickandpay.ru/
Runet today: numbers, facts, events
Vorobyeva Å., Head of PR and Press Services Russian Association for Electronic Communications, e-mail: email@example.com
SAS: Target marketing tools for greater profitability
Isaev S.S., Head of customer analytics department SAS Russia/CIS, Doctor of Philosophy in Geography (PhD), e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
«Competition»: main definitions and its interpretation
List of dissertation on marketing defended in the fist half of 2012 year
Limarev P.V., candidate of economic sciences, senior lecturer in economics and marketing, GOU VPO Magnitogorsk State Technical University. GI Nosov, email@example.com