COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MARKETING STRATEGY OFPATANJALI AND P AND G

  • SATISH KUMAR SINGH Professor associate Professor, TIT– MBA, Bhopal.
  • ABHINAV SINGH Research Scholar, BU Bhopal, India.

Abstract

To the development of effective marketing strategy organization need to break down its various marketing function according to current situation of market, this process helps marketing managers to be in strong position to understand. Hence marketing strategy involves developing a company vision and implementing various policies that will enables organization to maintain its vision. The present research strategy dealt with marketing strategy of Patanjali and Procter & Gamble with respect to fast moving consumer goods, in this process research study conducted comparative analysis of marketing strategy between both selected companies. The whole research work is based on various dimensions of marketing strategy from the customer point of view, these dimensions are brand, marketing, marketing channel, marketing tactics and promotional schemes.

Keywords: marketing strategy organization

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KUMAR SINGH, S., & SINGH, A. (2020). COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MARKETING STRATEGY OFPATANJALI AND P AND G. Innovare Journal of Business Management, 7(3), 1-2. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijbm/article/view/39851
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