Red Bull Marketing Dissertation
Supervisor: Len Tiu Wright
Page 1: Title Page
Page 2: Contents
Page 3: Title, Rationale for study, Introduction, Research question, Significance
Page 4: Background, Aims and Objectives, Literature review
Page 5: Literature review
Page 6: Literature review continued, Methodology
Page 7: Methodology continued, Time table, Gantt chart
Page 8: Bibliography
The detailed exploration of the global energy drinks market with primary focus on the marketing strategies of Red Bull.
Rationale for Study
Introduction …show more content…
Journal of marketing management volume 26, issues 11-12 October 2010. Do brand names in a foreign language lead to different brand perceptions?
This article is very relevant to my dissertation topic as Red Bull is a global company spanning 160 different countries and many different cultures. In the west red Bull is associated with the’ cool’ factor but this is a huge contrast to how it is perceived in countries such as Thailand where it is considered a ‘poor mans’ drink used to keep factory workers stimulated throughout the day. Due to these different perception on different countries this article will help me understand how the name Red Bull is perceived in different countries around the world.
Nigel Piercy (2008). Market-Led Strategic Change: Transforming the Process of Going to Market.
Market-Led Strategic Change: Transforming the Process of Going to Market is an extremely well known and trusted to guide on how to