1. Using segmentation strategies, what are the target market(s) for The Ritz-Carlton? How does this relate to their brand management strategies?
2. Who are the top three competitors of The Ritz-Carlton, and what are their advantages/disadvantages with respect to their competitive product/service strategies.
3. How does The Ritz-Carlton match up to competing hotels? What are its key differences?
4. Discuss the importance of the “wow stories” in maintaining top quality customer service for a luxury hotel like The Ritz-Carlton
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The most important goal of every company is to provide the highest quality services to its clients. In order to improve business potential, it is necessary to understand how current and potential customers are thinking. If a market consists of two or more clients, then there is a theoretical need for market sharing, assuming that each client's needs are unique. Market segmentation starts with the assumption that customers are different in their needs, requirements, and motives. These differences are manifested in the demand for various products and services on the market. Therefore, market segmentation is primarily a strategy for designing and implementing different marketing programs that intend to reconcile the same needs and wishes...
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