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  1. Promotional Mix of Insurance Products
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    Promotional Mix of Insurance Products

    In some sense we can say that insurance appears simultaneously with the appearance of human society. We know of two types of economies in human societies: money economies (with markets, money, financial instruments and so on) and non-money or natural economies (without money, markets, financial instruments and so on). The second type is a more ancient form than the first. In such an economy and community, we can see insurance in the form of people helping each other. For example, if a house burns down, the members of the community help build a new one. Should the same thing happen to one's neighbour, the other neighbours must help Otherwise; neighbours will not receive help in the future. This type of insurance has survived to the present day in some countries where modern money economy with its financial instruments is not widespread (for example countries in the territory of the former Soviet Union). Turning to insurance in the modern sense (i.e., insurance in a modern money economy, in which insurance is part of the financial sphere), early methods of transferring or distributing risk were practiced by Chinese and Babylonian traders as long ago as the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC, respectively.

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  3. Green Marketing
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    Green Marketing

    The promotion of environmentally safe/ beneficial products, green marketing began in Europe in the early 1980's when specific products were identified as being harmful to the earth's atmosphere. As the result new "green" products were introduced that were less damaging to the environment. The concept caught on in the United States and has been gaining steadily ever since. Green Marketing is also known as environmental marketing or sustainable marketing. Divergent aspect of green marketing includes ecologically safer products, recyclable and biodegradable packaging, energy efficient operations and better pollution controls. Advances produced from green marketing include packaging made from recycle paper, phosphate-free detergents, refillable containers for cleaning products and bottle using less plastic.

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  5. Affect of Branding on Consumer Purchase Decision
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    Affect of Branding on Consumer Purchase Decision

    Brand recognition and other reactions are created by the use of the product or service and through the influence of advertising, design, and media commentary. A brand is a symbolic embodiment of all the information connected to the product and serves to create associations and expectations around it. A brand often includes a logo, fonts, color schemes, symbols, and sound, which may be developed to represent implicit values, ideas, and even personality. Brand equity measures the total value of the brand to the brand owner, and reflects the extent of brand franchise. The term brand name is often used interchangeably with "brand", although it is more correctly used to specifically denote written or spoken linguistic elements of a brand. In this context a "brand name" constitutes a type of trademark, if the brand name exclusively identifies the brand owner as the commercial source of products or services. A brand owner may seek to protect proprietary rights in relation to a brand name through trademark registration.

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  7. Buying Behavior of Customers
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    Buying Behavior of Customers

    As customer's tastes and preferences are changing, the market scenario is also changing from time to time. Today's market scenario is very different from that of the market scenario before 1990. There have been many factors responsible for the changing market scenario. It is the changing tastes and preference of customer which has bought in a change in the market. Income level of the people has changed; life styles and social class of people have completely changed now than that of olden days. There has been a shift in the market demand in today's world. Technology is one of the major factors which is responsible for this paradigm shift in the mark. New generation people are no more dependent on haat market and far off departmental stores. Today we can see a new era in market with the opening up of many departmental stores, hyper market, shopper's stop, malls, branded retail outlets and specialty stores. In today's world shopping is not any more tiresome work rather it's a pleasant outing phenomenon now.

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  9. Current Trends in Internet Marketing
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    Current Trends in Internet Marketing

    Internet marketing involves the usage of the Internet to market and sell goods or services. In this thesis I wished to seek answers for the following questions with the help of secondary data obtained from the News Papers, Business Magazines, Online articles along with web, email surveys and e-questionnaires taking into consideration consumer perspective, and see if they are moved by the internet marketing done by the companies or not, and if they are then up to what extent. The survey results helped me in predicting the trends in Internet marketing.

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  11. Advertising Effectiveness
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    Advertising Effectiveness

    Advertising is an art not a science. Effectiveness of which cannot be measured with a mathematical or empirical formula some advertisers argue that advertising efforts go to waste, but every advertiser is keenly interested in measuring or in evaluation of ad. effectiveness. Testing for the effectiveness of ad. will lead advertisement testing must be done either before or after the ad has done in the media. It is of two types, pretesting which is done before the ad. has been launched and one is referred to as cost testing which is done before the ad. has been launched and one is referred to as cost testing which is done after launching the advertising campaign. The basic purpose of advertising effectiveness is to avoid costly mistakes, to predict the relative strength of alternative strength of alternative advertising strategies and to increase their efficiency. In measurement of ad. effectiveness feed back is always useful even if it costs some extra expenditure to the advertiser.

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  13. The Spread of Organized Retailing in India
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    The Spread of Organized Retailing in India

    Retail is India's largest industry, accounting for over 10 per cent of the country's GDP and around eight per cent of the employment. Retail industry in India is at the crossroads. It has emerged as one of the most dynamic and fast paced industries with several players entering the market. But because of the heavy initial investments required, break even is difficult to achieve and many of these players have not tasted success so far. However, the future is promising; the market is growing, government policies are becoming more favorable and emerging technologies are facilitating operations.

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  15. Customer Relationship Management
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    Customer Relationship Management

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  17. Effect of Customer Loyalty Programs in Convenience Stores
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    Effect of Customer Loyalty Programs in Convenience Stores

    This project report is the Effect of Customer Loyalty Programs in convenience stores in Gurgaon. Practical training is an important part of theoretical studies. It covers all which that which remains uncovered in the classroom. It classroom it offers an exposure to real practical of a management of business organization. As we know well that practical training plays an important role in future building for an individual. One can easily overcome the fear from that life in which he has to join as a member after sometimes. Just theoretical knowledge is not sufficient for the success of an individual to one should have practical knowledge about theory of general life.

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  19. Customer Profitability Marketing Thesis
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    Customer Profitability Marketing Thesis

    The aim of this paper is to examine how customer profitability is measured within a manufacturing company and analyze whether the measurement method is institutionalized or not. A case study has been conducted on a Swedish manufacturing company that has applied different measurement methods throughout the years. The paper presents a theoretical approach of customer profitability and management accounting change, and this approach is contrasted with the empirical study. The main finding of the study is that customer profitability is only partly being measured within Kanthal, even though the company has a well developed measurement tool kit. The reasons for this are that customer profitability has different meanings within the organization, old routines are preferred over new routines, and that the task of measuring and managing customer profitability has been assigned to the sales team. The demands on the sales team are too high and due to the lack of support from the rest of the organization, it becomes clear that the measurement of customer profitability is not fully institutionalized.

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