Free Example Marketing Mix Strategies
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Marketing Mix Product
The bank will offer a “Golden Years” deposit account that will target wealthy nationals over 50 years of age, returning home or resident locally, including doctors, lawyers, managers, entrepreneurs and retired persons. The account will allow for the writing of checks while at the same time will attract interest at a rate higher than that paid to regular savings. It will also allow the customer to access other banking services at reduced price, as well as personal banking services.
Marketing Mix Price
Interest rate will be 1% above the rate paid to regular accounts in the market. Charges for other services will be at half price.
Marketing Mix Place
Special counter will be made available to golden years customers for them to do their transactions without having to wait in the regular line. Provide the service through our network of branches throughout the country. Install six additional ATMs at strategic locations throughout the country. Introduce telephone banking to allow customers to transfer funds between accounts, perform account inquiry and pay their utility bills without visiting the bank. Perform personal banking for busy professionals, including doctors, lawyers, managers, etc.
Marketing Mix Promotion
Email or write to prospective customers informing them of the service. Phone prospective customers or visit them at their residents or place of business to sell the service to them. Advertise the service on our website. Develop an advertising program targeting the selected group.
Marketing Mix People
Recruit a sales team from members of the staff who possess the required skills for the task. Provide the members of the team with a formal written program of the project. Provide each member of the team with a job description setting out clearly the job expectations and goals, as well as the required job-related behaviors. Train the sales team for the job. Provide the team with the necessary tools and resources, for instance, cell phones. Provide the team with incentives, such as traveling allowances and rewards for sales volumes. Develop a performance appraisal system that will allow for feedback throughout the year and will determine annual salary increments.
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