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Case Study of the Week: Generational Marketing at Pottery Place

November 29, 2021

You are the owner of the small business Pottery Palace. Since the business opened one year ago, you have noticed that the majority of customers are females, age 25-55 years old. While you appreciate your customers, you feel that Pottery Palace is missing out on the large population of senior citizens in the area.

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Case Study of the Week: A National Chain Makes Plans for a Rural Location

November 22, 2021

You are to assume the role of district operations manager for Go-Mart. The district vice president has asked you to determine which brand of Go-Mart retail store is best for a new rural location.

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Case Study of the Week: Financial Planning for the Future

November 15, 2021

You are to assume the role of a financial counselor at Ready Financial Planning, a company that provides financial services for members of the community. A client has asked for your help in determining how to best act now to secure a financially sound future.

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Case Study of the Week: Online Reviews to Boost a Ghost Tour

November 8, 2021

You are to assume the role of the owner of Gullet City Ghost Tours, a walking tour for residents and tourists visiting Gullet City. Your business partner wants you to determine how the business can solicit online reviews from customers for use in marketing.

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Case Study of the Week: Designing Employee Service Anniversaries

November 1, 2021

You are the chief human resources officer for Salutations, a company that designs, prints, and markets greeting cards and stationery. Salutations has been in business for eight years and has 200 employees, including 175 full-time employees and 25 part-time employees.

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Case Study of the Week: Keeping the Fixings Bar at Burger Country Fresh

October 25, 2021

You are to assume the role of the operations manager at Burger Country, a fast food restaurant with five locations that specializes in hamburgers. The owner of the company has asked you to explain operational considerations in a new portion of each restaurant called the “fixings bar.”

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Case Study of the Week: Remarketing a Classic Shoe Store

October 18, 2021

You are to assume the role of a marketing communications consultant hired by Cost Less Shoes, a national chain of discount footwear for men, women, and children. The CEO of the company has hired you to develop a marketing communications plan that will remarket the brand.

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Case Study of the Week: Investing Money at a Bank

October 11, 2021

You are to assume the roles of the investment manager and investment specialist at Cross Town Bank. You will be meeting with a customer to discuss options for investing in order to earn a return.

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Case Study of the Week: Credit Card Ethics in the Workplace

October 4, 2021

You are to assume the roles of the human resources director and the operations director at Braxton Productions,. The president has asked you to determine if an employee’s actions are ethical, how to respond, and how to communicate any changes in processes to staff.

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Case Study of the Week: Helping Teens with Financial Goals

September 27, 2021

You are to assume the role of a financial counselor that works with teenagers. You will be meeting with a client to discuss a personal spending plan that will help meet the client’s financial goals.

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Case Study of the Week: Market Research Needed for Wild Fair Amusement Park

September 20, 2021

You are the director of community relations for Jumbo Entertainment, a company that owns and operates two amusement parks.

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Case Study of the Week: How to Best Invest Resources in a Successful Start-up

September 13, 2021

You are the partner of an entrepreneur that started Gleam, a mobile app that provides car washing services at customers’ homes or places of work. The entrepreneur is unsure how to best use the additional funding.

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Case Study of the Week: Generational Marketing at Pottery Place

November 29, 2021

You are the owner of the small business Pottery Palace. Since the business opened one year ago, you have noticed that the majority of customers are females, age 25-55 years old. While you appreciate your customers, you feel that Pottery Palace is missing out on the large population of senior citizens in the area.

Case Study of the Week

Case Study of the Week: A National Chain Makes Plans for a Rural Location

November 22, 2021

You are to assume the role of district operations manager for Go-Mart. The district vice president has asked you to determine which brand of Go-Mart retail store is best for a new rural location.

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Case Study of the Week: Financial Planning for the Future

November 15, 2021

You are to assume the role of a financial counselor at Ready Financial Planning, a company that provides financial services for members of the community. A client has asked for your help in determining how to best act now to secure a financially sound future.

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Case Study of the Week: Online Reviews to Boost a Ghost Tour

November 8, 2021

You are to assume the role of the owner of Gullet City Ghost Tours, a walking tour for residents and tourists visiting Gullet City. Your business partner wants you to determine how the business can solicit online reviews from customers for use in marketing.

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Case Study of the Week: Designing Employee Service Anniversaries

November 1, 2021

You are the chief human resources officer for Salutations, a company that designs, prints, and markets greeting cards and stationery. Salutations has been in business for eight years and has 200 employees, including 175 full-time employees and 25 part-time employees.

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Case Study of the Week: Keeping the Fixings Bar at Burger Country Fresh

October 25, 2021

You are to assume the role of the operations manager at Burger Country, a fast food restaurant with five locations that specializes in hamburgers. The owner of the company has asked you to explain operational considerations in a new portion of each restaurant called the “fixings bar.”

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Case Study of the Week: Remarketing a Classic Shoe Store

October 18, 2021

You are to assume the role of a marketing communications consultant hired by Cost Less Shoes, a national chain of discount footwear for men, women, and children. The CEO of the company has hired you to develop a marketing communications plan that will remarket the brand.

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Case Study of the Week: Investing Money at a Bank

October 11, 2021

You are to assume the roles of the investment manager and investment specialist at Cross Town Bank. You will be meeting with a customer to discuss options for investing in order to earn a return.

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Case Study of the Week: Credit Card Ethics in the Workplace

October 4, 2021

You are to assume the roles of the human resources director and the operations director at Braxton Productions,. The president has asked you to determine if an employee’s actions are ethical, how to respond, and how to communicate any changes in processes to staff.

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Case Study of the Week: Helping Teens with Financial Goals

September 27, 2021

You are to assume the role of a financial counselor that works with teenagers. You will be meeting with a client to discuss a personal spending plan that will help meet the client’s financial goals.

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Case Study of the Week: Market Research Needed for Wild Fair Amusement Park

September 20, 2021

You are the director of community relations for Jumbo Entertainment, a company that owns and operates two amusement parks.

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Case Study of the Week: How to Best Invest Resources in a Successful Start-up

September 13, 2021

You are the partner of an entrepreneur that started Gleam, a mobile app that provides car washing services at customers’ homes or places of work. The entrepreneur is unsure how to best use the additional funding.