Presentation on theme: "Your Project Brief! Project Brief You have just taken on the role of Head of e-commerce at Greenhous Vauxhall based at Telford. Your Marketing Director."— Presentation transcript:
Your Project Brief! Project Brief You have just taken on the role of Head of e-commerce at Greenhous Vauxhall based at Telford. Your Marketing Director has asked you to produce an audit of the company’s products, marketing activities and the role of the company’s advertising agency. Launch date To be launched on September 27 th at the Paris Motor Show and available to order from the end of October. Working in partnership with… Marketing Director Sales Director Marketing Executives
UNIT TITLE:Unit 9: Creative Product Promotion LESSON TITLE:Your Creative Promotional Campaign CRITERIA: P5/M3/D2 COMPETENCY FOCUS: Creativity: learners will develop skills in creativity and design by firstly looking at how promotion is used in business to help them to reach their goals and secondly, to design their own promotional campaign responding to a creative brief from the client. Reasoning: Learners will develop skills in reasoning as after providing advantages and disadvantages for the use of the promotional mix, you will be required to make a reasoned judgment. Learning Objectives By the end of the lesson, you should be able to… LO1) To identify the elements of a creative brief (reg) LO2) To apply your knowledge of what is included in a promotional campaign to develop your own creative promotional campaign (Reg-Str) LO3) To evaluate an existing national marketing campaign by providing a balanced argument and reasoned judgments (Str-Adv) SMSC: You will study the culture of your organisation and look at how they want to promote themselves through their promotional campaign CRITICAL THINKING KEY: Knowledge Application Analysis Evaluation
[Refer to Assignment Brief] P5 Design a promotional campaign for a given product/service to meet the needs of a given campaign/creative brief M3 Provide a rationale for a promotional campaign. D2 Evaluate an existing, national marketing campaign.