14Sep 2021 by
I hope that you enjoyed strategy mapping last week! This week, we are going to be discussing patient relationship.
Our lectures discuss Kaplan and Norton Strategy map, Ries and Trout’s marketing warfare, and Philip Kotler’s marketing plan. In addition, I want you to review the 7 p’s of services marketing. Our assignment this week is a four to six page proposal and you will design your market entry strategy. Please start working on this assignment early during the week and make sure to submit to grammarly prior to submitting your paper for grading!
Week 10 Assignment – Proposing Market Entry Strategies
You have just taken on a new role as a marketing manager for a new hospital in Ajo, Arizona. There is one other hospital in town, but it 67.3 miles from the center of town making it difficult for many residents to get to. The new hospital, Ajo Medical Center (AMC), will be much more accessible to a number of people who live further in town.
As you prepare to take on this role, watch the following video clips on branding and marketing. You will use the content of the videos to consider how the practices of Moving Brands might be applied to the marketing strategy of Ajo Medical Center.
Watch the following video case study clips:
The CEO of AMC has asked you to create a 4–6 page proposal in which you provide a competitive marketing entry strategy, a communication strategy and suggest marketing research tools for the new hospital.
Your proposal should include the following items:
A market analysis (SWOT or otherwise) to determine the best approach for the market entry.
An overview of the marketing entry strategy you are proposing based on the information gathered in your analysis and conclude with how your hospital differentiate themselves from the existing hospital in town.
An overview of the communication strategy you are proposing, also based on information gathered your analysis.
A list of suggested marketing research tools and why those tools would be a good fit for use at AMC.
Keep in mind that this proposal is for the CEO, so the proposal should also:
Contain accurate and clearly written information.
Be professional in appearance.
Incorporate colors and/or graphs and charts as appropriate.
Use 4–5 sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source slide at least one time within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.
A resources page at the end of the proposal, cited using the Strayer Writing Standards format. Note that these pages are not counted as part of the 4–6 page requirement.
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment:
Propose competitive marketing entry strategies, communication strategies, and marketing research tools for health care organizations.
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