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Author Horoszko, Nithda,
Title Understanding the marketing exceptionality of prestige perfumes / Nithda Horoszko, David Moskowitz and Howard Moskowitz.
Imprint London : Routledge, 2018.
Edition 1st edition.

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Author Horoszko, Nithda,
Subject Perfumes -- Marketing.
Perfumes industry -- Management.
Alt Name Moskowitz, David,
Moskowitz, Howard R.,
Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Edition 1st edition.
Note "Routledge Focus."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Moving from a luxury market to a "mass luxury" market -- The principle of affinity and DNA of a brand -- Motivations for buying a prestige perfume -- Introduction the notion of DNA for a perfume brand -- Discovering & pinpointing the brand DNA of five great perfume brands -- Valuing perfume lines according to the specific criteria of the brand DNA -- A case study to explicate the method -- How to develop a second/third (or further) perfume of a brand -- Inside the mind : expectations about one's perfume -- About the niche brands -- What we should keep in mind regarding prestige perfumes -- The mass market perfumes -- About body sprays -- Summary of the rules for each of the three perfume categories -- Index.
Note Vendor-supplied metadata.
Summary Women have an affinity with the brand of perfume they wear. People often hold strong emotional connections to different scents, such as their mother's perfume or the body spray they wore as a teen. Despite huge marketing budgets, the launches of established brands often fail, despite extensive marketing research and lavish resources. Why is this? This text is a first in the field to recognize that fine fragrance cannot be treated as any other product. With case studies from Jill Sander, Estee Lauder and Dior, this book debunks the classic marketing techniques which often hinder the success of new perfumes. Authored by two leading market researchers, this study analyses the 'five great brands' of the perfume industry and demonstrates how to value perfume lines according to 'brand DNA'. This ground-breaking book will provide students with all the tools of a successful practitioner in the perfume industry. Understanding the Marketing Exceptionality of Prestige Perfumes will prove to be a vital text for any student, specialist or practitioner of luxury marketing looking to understand the fine fragrance market.
Note Copyright Routledge 2018 2018
ISBN 9780429016349 (electronic bk.)
0429016344 (electronic bk.)
9780429507113 (ebook)
9780429016356 (PDF ebook)
9780429016332 (Mobipocket ebook)
OCLC # 1030438208
Additional Format Print version : 9781138580787

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