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Nike Case Study

  • Date Submitted: 08/31/2013 11:27 PM
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Nike is a major publicly traded sportswear, footwear and equipment supplier based in the US which was founded in 1962 originally know as Blue Ribbon Sports. Nike is the world leader in the manufacturing of sportswear and gear with more than 47 market shares across the global. Nike produces a wide range of sports equipments such as running shoes, sportswear, football, basketball, tennis, golf, etc. Now Nike follows the global fashion trends and is well known and popular in the youth culture and hip hop culture to supply some fashion products.

Nike makes contracts with some celebrity athletes which can draw attention to their products such as Tiger Woods, Ronaldo. This has created a relatively high level of Nike's awareness. Besides that, Nike also employed a large amount of advertisements through the mass media. Nike's brand images, including the Nike's name and the trademark are considered to represent one of the most recognizable brands in the world. The Nike name and associated trademarks have appeared from players' shirts, pants and everywhere. Their aggressive advertising campaigns, celebrity endorsements and quality products all enhance their brand and image. For example, when a celebrity athlete sponsors a specific brand of athletic shoes, the brand will be associated with success.

Most of the consumer of Nike's products is mainly athletic. Nike is the master of segmentation, their segmenting market typically target's athletes, both women and men from the age 15 to 35. Nike's targeting market is active people who enjoy high quality sporting goods, especially footwear. Nike focuses on creating premium consumer experiences on product innovation, brand leadership and elevated retail presence. Nike targets on these customers by agreements between Nike and athletic teams, college's athletic teams for products sponsorship and eventual promotion to the members of these teams. Even though others are likely to buy the products, Nike focuses on the athlete more...

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