Erscheinungsdatum: 02.08.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Preismanagement & Kooperationen, Strategische Analysemethoden (Five Forces, SWOT, BCG), Corporate Identity, Digitalisierung, Titelzusatz: Strategische Analysemethoden anhand des Fallbeispiels 'Freeletics', Corporate Identity anhand des Fallbeispiels 'Kieser Trainings', Autor: Beständig, Lion, Verlag: GRIN Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Werbung, Marketing, Seiten: 24, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 53 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Number one Audible.com Best SellerWinner: Independent Audiobook Award for Best Science Fiction - 2019Winner: Voice Arts Award for Best Science Fiction - 2019To save a missing girl...Dan Delgado is a private investigator. When it comes to finding cheating spouses, corporate thieves, or runaway teenagers, he’s unenthusiastic, and unmatched. As a former San Francisco detective, he misses more meaningful work, but he hasn’t had the heart for it since his wife’s death five years prior. That is, until a phone call from a distraught mother, an illegal immigrant who can’t go to the police, puts him on the hunt for a missing little girl.By the time he reaches the mother’s small home, she’s missing, too. The circumstances are strange, but when a team of heavily armed mercenaries arrive, Delgado is convinced there is more going on than a simple kidnapping.Joined by his wise-cracking elderly assistant, a gun-toting pastor, and a UFO enthusiast Uber driver, Delgado follows the clues west, to Colorado City, a town cleaved in two by the 37th parallel, also known as the UFO Highway. In a town infamous for fundamentalist Mormon cult activity, they uncover evidence of a massive child-trafficking ring whose ringleaders might not be human.Delgado and crew are plunged into a dangerous world of corporate competition, UFO lore, and government cover-ups. While they hunt for answers, they’re pursued across the Southwest by high-tech mercs, brainwashed cults, and beings whose true identity has been concealed since 1947....he must risk the world.UFOs and alien abductions remain some of the most hotly debated and mysterious subjects of the 21st century. In the decades since 1960, with reports of strange encounters on the rise, 13 million people have gone missing worldwide and never been found. The Others takes a fast-paced, unique, and moving look at the phenomenon that has fueled Jere 1. Language: English. Narrator: R.C. Bray. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/122823/bk_acx0_122823_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Fashion Psychology and Corporate dressing are the new domains of research. It is basically how choice of clothing plays a vital role in your personality. This particular research study was conducted on a total of 42 participants in the city of Bangalore, India. Individuals from the industries of Media, Education & Management were targeted. A small survey was taken wherein the participants were provided three pictures (Casual/Semi-Formal/Business-Formal) and five psychological factors, Confidence, Self-Esteem, Self-Identity, Motivation & Leadership. They had to rank their order of preference. Through in-depth analysis awareness of the term 'Power Dressing' was also understood.
Unimark International was a firm with global reach, with eleven offices in five different countries. Its use of the most modern design approaches and latest marketing methods quickly made it famous and unrivaled. Its clients were international corporations like Gillette, Jaguar, Ferrero, Knoll International, Olivetti, Pirelli, Ranx Xerox, Unilever, IBM, as well as American Airlines and Ford, for which it created visual corporate identities that are still in use today.Unimark was known for always using the latest technological innovations and for using computers long before anyone else. With their visual outlook, Unimark designers had a defining influence on our environment, they left an enduring legacy with their practice and their theory. Many Unimark designers have been honored with international awards for their achievements. A distinctive hallmark of Unimark design is the systematic use of the Helvetica typeface for the corporate identity of firms.The success of Unimark International, which is documented here for the first time, points the way for designers and the marketing sector today.
Martha Schwartz Partners (MSP) is a leading international design practice whose work focuses on activating and regenerating urban sites and city centers. Situated at the intersection of public realm, urban design and site specific art, the practice has over 35 years of experience designing and implementing installations, gardens, civic plazas, parks, institutional landscapes, corporate headquarters, master plans, and urban regeneration projects. MSP works with city leaders, planners and builders at a strategic level so as to advocate for the inclusion of the public landscape as a means to achieve environ-mental, economic and social sustainability. With offices in London, New York and Shanghai, the practice is engaged in projects and consultation around the globe and has to date worked on projects in over 20 countries and five continents. MSP has continually been recognized for its contribution to the urban landscapes of the world and to the field of landscape architecture. The firm has received many international award recognitions, including the American Society of Landscape Architects Landmark and Honour Awards, the British Association of Landscape Industries Award in the Regeneration Category, the Chicago Athenaeum Award for Best New Global Design, the Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award. With a foreword by Marc Treib, Professor of Architecture Emeritus at the University of California in Berkeley) and an introduction by Martha Schwartz, this monograph is the first publication to document 55 built projects and a selection of master plans by this internationally acclaimed practice. Martha Schwartz: »When we design, our biggest objective is to create environments that people enjoy and come to love. We try to create environments that people take pride in and are happy to adopt these places that they live and work in as part of their identity. If this happens, people will strive to take care of it, maintain it and preserve it. People’s love of place is fundamental to sustainability. That is not to say we don’t work in the most ecologically sound way. We work with engineers, water specialists, horticulturists, soil specialists in order to do our best in capturing and recycling water, using planting that was indigenous to the area and sourcing our materials locally. But having people feel pride about where they live and feel they are living in a beautiful environment that they wish to protect and preserve is the big win.« Martha Schwartz PartnersLandscape Art and Urbanism
Best-Sellers and Their Film Adaptations in Postwar America looks at some of the most popular novels of the 1950s and examines how their representations of gender identity and conflict dispute and re-imagine the dominant constructions of masculinity and femininity in postwar culture. Working with the claim that gender identity emerged as a primary signifier of national identity within Cold War ideology, Jane Hendler provides a detailed, illuminating analysis of how five best-sellers and their film adaptations address a range of intersecting historical issues, including communist containment, corporate culture, family life, and race relations, all of which were integrally linked to gender and key issues of American identity. Each chapter offers compelling, layered readings of the multiple social discourses that fed into the production and reception of these texts that will interest readers in film, gender, and cultural studies.
Master's Thesis from the year 2020 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,3, University of Applied Sciences Dortmund, language: English, abstract: The ongoing professionalization and commercialization of football, as the logical consequence of the constantly increasing financing need of today's football clubs, constitutes a topic of high interest within the current media landscape and society. This phenomenon is especially valid for the leading clubs of the "big five" European football leagues. Considering that further growth opportunities in their respective domestic, mainly saturated markets are limited, most of these clubs strengthened their efforts of expanding their business activities into new foreign markets in recent years.In this context, it seems that the assessment and selection of potential foreign markets are mainly based on the potential fanbase which causes a situation in which the internationalization path of leading European football clubs appears to be relatively similar and mapped out to a large degree. Due to this fact and the non-perceptibility of a systematical assessment and selection procedure, this thesis examined the attractivity of current and prospective markets by means of deductive analysis. The results confirmed the general assumption of the high importance of socio-economic conditions as a significant determining factor for assessing the attractivity of prospective new foreign markets. Based on these findings, the thesis provides a ranking of the top non-UEFA member markets which could demonstrate deviations between the actual target markets of European football clubs and the results of the ranking. Furthermore, as the internationalization of a professional football club implies also the extension of a club's brand management and marketing activities, the thesis contains an empirical study on the perception of the brand "Borussia Dortmund" within international markets. In accordance with global marketing literature which states that cultural differences have the potential to notably affect consumer perception of foreign brands, the study was able to confirm this assumption.The results based on the brand identity and personality of "Borussia Dortmund" provided clear indications that deviations on the perception can be linked to and explained by cultural differences. Consequently, these findings could serve as the basis for possible adaptations on the brand identity for being able to exploit commercial potentials in new foreign markets in a more effective and efficient way.