Overview:The marketplace is filled with many products and brands. Unilever is a company that produces personal care items such as Suave shampoo and distributes them to a vast array of retailers. The retailers, in turn, offer the product to consumers. Sometimes, the consumers are end-users of the shampoo. Other times the ‘consumer’ maybe another store which will, in turn, re-sell the product. In this assignment you will examine why retailers adopt the pricing strategies they do as well as various consumer shopping habits.Instructions:Choose a product you buy on a regular basis. Examples could include food products, gasoline, health and beauty items, etc. Find this product for sale at three different locations. This can be online through Amazon or another online retailer or in a traditional store. Develop a chart that identifies the product you are researching, the companies you visited which sell them and the price each of the retailers is charging for the product. Make sure you are comparing the same size and quantity of each. For example, if you are comparing Suave shampoo, you want to find the same type and size of Suave shampoo to compare. You will evaluate the pricing factors and strategies for this product.
Provide an introduction to the company, the needs/value they are serving, their target customer and the social media platforms they are utilizing. If they are using multiple platforms, list them here and then choose 1 to evaluate in the next section.
• Start with an introduction paragraph that Introduces and describes your product and why you chose this product. • Develop a chart that identifies the product, companies you visited which sell the product and the price for each.
Example:Product Company Price
Suave Essential Ocean breeze shampoo 30 o.zWalmart $2.82Suave Essential Ocean breeze shampoo 30 oz.Target $2.99Suave Essential Ocean breeze shampoo 30 oz.Dollar General$2.00
• Explain why you think there are price differences for the same product at different stores. Include at least 2 of the external and 2 of the internal factors which might be affecting the companies pricing strategies.• Describe why consumers might decide to purchase the higher-priced item even though it can be purchased less expensively somewhere else.• Conclude your paper with an overall assessment of what you learned from this comparison. What• Include at least two resources to support your work
The Hebrew Scriptures include numerous accounts of God and his connections with the Israelites. These sacred writings portray an all-powerful God, who is tolerant towards his kin, yet additionally equipped for annihilation. There are three entries specifically that show comparable collaborations and subjects. The sections are Exodus 3:1-21, Isaiah 6:1-13, and 1 Kings 19:1-19. In the Exodus section, Moses is visited by God in the consuming hedge at the base of Mount Horeb. Here, God vows to spare the Israelites from abuse and trains Moses to lead them out of Egypt to the Promised Land. In Isaiah, the prophet Isaiah sees a dream of God in a sanctuary, encompassed by holy messengers. Here, Isaiah is rinsed of his wrongdoings by consuming coals, and is likewise cautioned of the destruction of his kin for not following God. In Kings, the prophet Elijah is escaping mistreatment and nods off under a floor brush bramble. While at this bramble, a blessed messenger of God sustains Elijah and he at that point goes for 40 days and 40 evenings to Mount Horeb. He converses with God in a cavern and is presented to the intensity of God through catastrophic event and is told to bless two new Kings and another prophet. The similitudes between these sections can assist with understanding the entries separately, and furthermore the sacred writings in general. These sections all offer certain similitudes. One thing they all share for all intents and purpose is that none of the individuals addressing God ever take a gander at him. In Exodus, Moses shrouded his face since he was “hesitant to take a gander at God”. In Kings, when Elijah hears the murmur of God, he “pulled his shroud over his face”. In the two examples, the prophets appear to be dreadful of taking a gander at God, out of the blue that may be. In the entry from Isaiah, it turns out to be clear why they might be dreadful. At the point when Isaiah sees the vision of God in the sanctuary, he is overwhelmed with a feeling of shamefulness. Isaiah comments, “Poor me! For I am lost; for I am a man of unclean lips, and I stay amidst a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts!”. God speaks to a definitive exemplification of sacredness, and seeing him makes individuals just acknowledge how they have wandered from God’s will. This likewise shows individuals perusing that even the prophets of God are not flawless in their quest for blessedness. Another comparability between the entries is the activities of God in them. In every one of the three sections, God is addressing a picked prophet, passing on his arrangements and wants for the Israelites. It is then the activity of the prophet to spread God’s message and have individuals hear them out/trust them. This is intriguing to note while thinking about the size of God’s capacity. He is almighty, yet decides to have people complete his arrangements. He may do this to really check the devotion of his kin. In every one of the three entries, the reactions of the individuals include>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)