Luxury Cross Channel Marketing
The American Business School Paris
Area of Study
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4
Hours & Credits
OverviewCOURSE DESCRIPTION :This course presents the differences between multi-channel, cross-channel and poly-channel marketing strategies in the fashion and luxury sectors and how companies integrate these strategies into their e-retailing models and traditional retailing approaches to drive sales and increase profitability. An emphasis is placed on the brand?s e-identity in the cyber world.INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY :The course is developed through lectures, discussion and group/individual presentations of case studies. Students are expected to thoroughly read text materials and participate in class discussion. Topics will include :- The holistic approach to a brand- Creating sensory brand worlds- Sensory marketing from beauty, food and drinks to products and services- Store layout and location- Inventory- Sales- Controls- Buying and selling- The socioeconomic characteristics of luxury and fashion retailing.EVALUATION :The final grade will be made up of class participation, articles and case studies handed in, role-plays a mid-term test and the final examination.
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