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Pintura Corporation: The Lena Launch Decision Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Pintura Corporation: The Lena Launch Decision by John A. Quelch, Katherine B. Hartman.

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Case Name :      Pintura Corporation: The Lena Launch Decision
Authors :           John A. Quelch, Katherine B. Hartman
Source :             HBS Brief Cases
Case ID :           9-917-523
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    10 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
A maker of paints and product coatings is considering introducing a new high-performance, environmentally-friendly hardwood coating called Lena. To proceed with the next phase of development, Pintura’s VP of new product development must present a convincing analysis of the product’s feasibility-along with a proposed marketing program. The VP must consider the relationship of the proposed product to the rest of the Industrial Finishes Group’s product line, as well as how it would contribute to corporate and divisional objectives. The Pintura case can be used in a variety of classes, including an introductory marketing course, a capstone course, or a business-to-business (B2B) marketing course. The primary focus is on product-policy decisions. The most likely use for the case is in a module on product-line planning. It also can be used as a case on marketing planning.
 
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Yushan Bicycles: Learning to Ride Abroad Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Yushan Bicycles: Learning to Ride Abroad by Christopher A. Bartlett, Paul S. Myers.

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Case Name :      Yushan Bicycles: Learning to Ride Abroad
Authors :           Christopher A. Bartlett, Paul S. Myers
Source :             HBS Brief Cases
Case ID :           9-917-539
Discipline :        International Business
Case Length :    09 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Yushan Bicycles, one of Taiwan’s leading bicycle manufacturers, is pursuing an international expansion strategy by increasing demand for its range of traditional and electric bicycles and by shifting its product mix toward higher-margin models sold through specialty bicycle retail shops. However, the manager of its new Australian subsidiary has taken a different approach that focuses on selling lower-priced models through large sporting-goods retailers. The manager’s strategy has yielded disappointing financial results so far, and he and company executives disagree on the cause and next steps. The Yushan case was specifically developed for international management and international business courses, but it can also be used in competitive strategy, corporate strategy, and general management programs. It is especially useful for analyzing situations in which issues of strategy, organization, and management converge.
 
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Promontory, Inc. Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Promontory, Inc. by Frank V. Cespedes, Amy Handlin.

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Case Name :      Promontory, Inc.
Authors :           Frank V. Cespedes, Amy Handlin
Source :             HBS Brief Cases
Case ID :           9-917-535
Discipline :        Entrepreneurship
Case Length :    13 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Promontory, Inc. is a small, privately-owned firm in the promotional products (specialty advertising) industry. After starting the firm two years ago with the intention of pursuing a high-quality/high-price strategy, the CEO is seeking methods of increasing sales revenues and profitability. He is considering whether and how to increase the size of the sales force, redirect, or redeploy the company’s current sales efforts, utilize alternative marketing vehicles, and maximize sales potential. To attain this goal, the firm has bought some customization equipment and attempted to find niches in which it can succeed, by doing the work usually done by suppliers and manufacturers. The case raises numerous general marketing and sales management issues and provides a profile of various approaches to personal selling. At its heart is the appropriate marketing organization for this company’s strategy, and especially, the details of execution in the field. These multipronged challenges make the case suitable for courses in Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Sales, Small Business Management, General Management, and Strategy.
 
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CNS Worldwide Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for CNS Worldwide by Robert J. Dolan, Karthik Easwar.

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Case Name :      CNS Worldwide
Authors :           Robert J. Dolan, Karthik Easwar
Source :              HBS Brief Cases
Case ID :           9-917-531
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    09 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
CNS Worldwide has long been the market share leader in the IaaS cloud server market, yet it has remained unprofitable for years. Industry capacity utilization is low, and prices have declined over 70% over the last decade. CNS is considering withdrawing from the market if it cannot find a way to increase prices. As a large public bid is about to be held, CNS must decide whether to bid and, if so, at what price. This case is intended for use an introductory marketing management course that involves an in-depth analysis of pricing. It can also be used in courses on pricing, business-to-business (B2B) sales, or competitive strategy. The case introduces students to specialized pricing mechanisms, oligopolistic markets, the challenges of avoiding a price war, the concept of price leadership, and the possible effects of a firm taking this role, including what it needs to do to succeed. There is a direct analogy to the airline industry that can be discussed during the last part of the class.
 
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Fresh to Table Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Fresh to Table by Gautam Mukunda, Brooks C. Holtom.

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Case Name :      Fresh to Table
Authors :           Gautam Mukunda, Brooks C. Holtom
Source :              HBS Brief Cases
Case ID :           9-917-541
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    10 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
After the contentious firing of an office manager, the leadership at Fresh to Table, a software-as-a-service provider for luxury hotels and restaurants, make an unpleasant discovery. While reviewing the office manager’s internal electronic communications, company leaders discover that several key employees, including two that were recently promoted, had been spending substantial time on internal social media channels disparaging other employees, citing days when they skipped work, and referring to other instances of unprofessional behavior. This 5-page case explores issues related to electronic communications, termination and disciplinary procedures, and leadership, culture and values. It can be used in General Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Management Communication, Leadership, and Employee Relations courses. The case also allows students to consider how technology affects organizational interactions and culture.
 
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PacificLink iMedia: To List or to Sell Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for PacificLink iMedia: To List or to Sell by Andrew Karl Delios, Alvin Lam.

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Case Name :      PacificLink iMedia: To List or to Sell
Authors :           Andrew Karl Delios, Alvin Lam
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M202 / W16826
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    07 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The founder of a digital media firm had to decide whether to list or to sell his company, PacificLink iMedia (PacificLink) in 2015. The founder had fielded more than 20 offers from various companies to acquire PacificLink since 2007-2008. He rejected all these past offers, because he was working to position the company to list on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. However, in 2015, the founder received an offer from Accenture that appealed to him because PacificLink was finally in a position to satisfy all listing requirements for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He knew that he must consider many criteria in making his critical decision to sell or list PacificLink. See also the first and second cases in the three-part series.
 
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Kreative Works: Extending the Boundaries Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Kreative Works: Extending the Boundaries by Tuhin Sengupta, Priyavrat Sanyal, Vishal Kakkar.

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Case Name :      Kreative Works: Extending the Boundaries
Authors :           Tuhin Sengupta, Priyavrat Sanyal, Vishal Kakkar
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M210 / W16830
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    10 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In April 2016, the owner of Kreative Works, a small-scale furniture manufacturer in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, decided to expand his company’s product line in response to increased market competition and a shift in consumers’ buying patterns and preferences. The intent was to extend the company’s market reach from its traditional target of educational institutes and offices to a consumer market by marketing a premium lounge chair and a family of dining chairs. The owner also wanted to expand the market geographically. Kreative Works did not have the capacity to open multiple retail outlets. Given these circumstances, should the company market its new product line in a single retail outlet or through an exclusive dealer or distributor (a centralized channel structure), or by distributing its products through multiple distributors or retailers (a decentralized channel structure)?
 
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