The Digital Marketing and eCommerce Conference aims to bring together leading researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on any aspects of ecommerce and digital marketing.
This volume presents the proceedings of the 2023 edition in a collection of contributions with many original approaches. They address diverse areas of application such as online brand communities, channel design, online retailing, cryptocurrencies, user-generated content, TikTok, among others. A wide variety of theoretical and methodological approaches have been used.
This book presents the latest research and recent studies in the field of national brand and private label marketing. It covers a wide range of topics, including retailing, marketing, general business, psychology, economics and statistics. It addresses diverse areas of application, such as brand naming and packaging decisions, price elasticity, positioning, branding, consumer motivation, online communities, economic crisis, strategies in growth and mature private labels. The contributions are organized according to the following themes: consumer behaviour, strategic decisions, branding, market trends and theoretical research. The book presents a collection of original, rigorous and relevant contributions from the 2015 National Brands and Private Label Marketing conference in Barcelona.
This book presents the latest research on national brand and private label marketing - a collection of original, rigorous and highly relevant contributions of the 2017 International Conference on National Brand & Private Label Marketing in Barcelona. It covers a wide range of topics from fields as varied as retailing, marketing, general business, psychology, economics and statistics. Further, the conference addressed diverse areas of application, including: purchase-decision models, premium private labels, decisions involved in introducing new products, M-commerce, private label adoption, assortment decisions, private label pricing, brand equity and collaborative relationships.
This book presents the latest research on national brand and private label marketing - in a collection of original and highly relevant contributions to the 2018 International Conference on National Brand & Private Label Marketing in Barcelona. It covers a wide range of topics from fields as varied as retailing, marketing, general business, psychology, economics and statistics. Further, the papers address diverse areas of application, including: purchase-decision models, premium private labels, decisions involved in introducing new products, M-commerce, private label adoption, assortment decisions, private label pricing, brand equity and collaborative relationships. The main theme of the 2018 conference was "Building Strong Brands in the Digital Age".
This book presents latest findings on brand marketing in retail. In times of economic downturn a "new retailing landscape" is being shaped, in which retailers and manufacturers face new challenges to their brand strategies. Marketing professionals need high value-added and timely responses. Among the topics targeted in this volume are: mix of national brands and private labels in retailers' assortments; assortment decisions in times of economic crisis and eventual recovery; consequences of delisting brands on store-related aspects; delisting manufacturers' brands and the effects on the distribution channel relationship; the new "retailing landscape", with special focus on fast moving consumer goods retailing; consumer preferences for national brands and private labels and many more.
This volume collects research findings presented at the 9th Edition of the Electronic Structure: Principles and Applications (ESPA-2014) International Conference, held in Badajoz, Spain, on July 2-4, 2014. The contributions cover research work on theory, methods and foundations, materials science, structure and chemical reactivity as well as environmental effects and modelling. Originally published in the journal Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, these outstanding papers are now available in a hardcover print format, as well as a special electronic edition. This volume provides valuable content for all researchers in theoretical chemistry, and will especially benefit those research groups and libraries with limited access to the journal.
This book presents the latest research on national brand and private label marketing, in the form of original, rigorous and relevant contributions from the 2016 National Brands and Private Label Marketing conference in Barcelona. It covers retailing-related topics, such as brand naming and packaging decisions, price elasticity, positioning, branding, consumer behavior, economic crisis, strategies in growth, and mature private labels.
This research handbook provides a comprehensive, integrative, and authoritative resource on the main strategic management issues for companies within the e-business context. It covers an extensive set of topics, dealing with the major issues which articulate the e-business framework from a business perspective. The handbook is divided into the following e-business related parts: background; evolved strategic framework for the management of companies; key business processes, areas and activities; and, finally, emerging issues, trends and opportunities, with special attention to diverse Social Web-related implications.
The articles are varied, timely and present high-quality research; many of these unique contributions will be especially valued and influential for business scholars and professionals interested in e-business. Many of the contributors are outstanding business scholars who are or have been editors-in-chief of top-ranked management and business journals or have made significant contributions to the development of their respective fields.
The 2019 International Conference on National Brand & Private Label Marketing is a unique academic forum for presenting and discussing original, rigorous and significant contributions from researchers around the world on marketing issues that retailers, store brand managers and national brand managers are facing.The three-day event covered a wide range of topics from varied fields including retailing, marketing, general business, psychology, economics and statistics. Further, it addressed diverse areas of application such as innovation, retail market structure, social media, consumer decision-making, store loyalty, assortment size, digital transformation, ethical aspects, cultural dimensions, and private label pricing. This volume gathers the proceedings of the 2019 NB&PL marketing conference in a collection of outstanding contributions that employ a wide variety of theoretical and methodological approaches.
In recent years the continuity of many firms has been achieved by restructuring, a task which takes up a great deal of senior management's time. Written for busy managers and executives, this book is a practical guide to the process of restructuring, covering both debt and operational restructures.
This proceedings volume highlights the latest research presented at the 7th International Conference on Research on National Brand & Private Label Marketing (NB&PL2020, Barcelona, Spain). The topics covered include: retailing, private label portfolio and assortment management, marketing of premium store brands, using national brands to exclude (delist) and include, optimal assortment size, consumer store patronage, etc. Several contributions also focus on private label pricing and promotion, especially on the relative pricing of standard and premium private labels, and with regard to the national brands in the assortment. Further questions addressed here include: Should store brands be promoted? If so, what types of promotion should be used? How can private label penetration, especially premium private labels, best be dealt with? Are dual branding and coupons viable options?
An in-depth examination of the concept of value in a digital world, an analysis of a range of digital business models and a framework for assessing the value of digital businesses.
Assessing the value of traditional business was easy. There are hard, well tested metrics and tangible, measurable assets you can literally kick the tyres of. But how do you measure the value of something that consists of little more than bits of information, brand awareness and a compelling idea? In the winner takes all digital world how do you know if this idea is one that will attract billions of dedicated users or a few thousand fleeting trialists? And, most importantly, how do you assess whether any given business model is robust enough to make billions or flawed in a way that will lose millions? Lopez Lubian and Esteves look at what economic value means in a digital world, and argue for a shift from traditional value metrics to digital value metrics. Through high profile case studies they examine the process of valuation in the digital world - examining the challenges of making objective judgments from subjective information and how to assess the value of data. Next they analyse in depth a number of different digital business models from the perspective of delivering value to investors, stakeholders and society at large. Finally they present a framework model for assessing value in digital business.
This monograph offers the first systematic treatment of the theory of minimal surfaces in Euclidean spaces by complex analytic methods, many of which have been developed in recent decades as part of the theory of Oka manifolds (the h-principle in complex analysis). It places particular emphasis on the study of the global theory of minimal surfaces with a given complex structure. Advanced methods of holomorphic approximation, interpolation, and homotopy classification of manifold-valued maps, along with elements of convex integration theory, are implemented for the first time in the theory of minimal surfaces. The text also presents newly developed methods for constructing minimal surfaces in minimally convex domains of Rn, based on the Riemann-Hilbert boundary value problem adapted to minimal surfaces and holomorphic null curves. These methods also provide major advances in the classical Calabi-Yau problem, yielding in particular minimal surfaces with the conformal structure of any given bordered Riemann surface.Offering new directions in the field and several challenging open problems, the primary audience of the book are researchers (including postdocs and PhD students) in differential geometry and complex analysis. Although not primarily intended as a textbook, two introductory chapters surveying background material and the classical theory of minimal surfaces also make it suitable for preparing Masters or PhD level courses.
This proceedings volume highlights the latest research presented at the 9th International Conference on Research on National Brand & Private Label Marketing (NB&PL2022). The topics covered include: retailing, private label portfolio and assortment management, private label pricing and promotion, national brand strategies, among other related issues. The volume specifically addresses the needs of researchers and students of advanced marketing courses.
This book highlights the latest research articles presented at the Third Digital Marketing & eCommerce Conference in June 2022. Papers include a varied set of digital marketing and eCommerce-related topics such as user psychology and behavior in social commerce, influencer marketing in social commerce, social media monetization strategies and social commerce characteristics. The papers also extends to the topics of branding, business models, user and data privacy, social video marketing and commerce, among others.
Social media initiatives, when effectively used and correctly monetized, can engage customers better and provide higher ROI rates than traditional marketing and sales initiatives. This book presents a selection of monetization strategies that can help companies benefit from social media initiatives and overcome the current challenges in connection with generating and growing revenues. Using cases and examples covering several social media platforms, the authors describe a variety of strategies and holistic solutions for companies. In addition, the book highlights the latest social media innovations, best business practices, successful monetization cases, and strategic trends in future social media monetization.Top executives need to read this book to have a big picture of corporate-wide "social strategy," form a "social mindset," and infuse a "social gene" into their company's culture, strategy, and business processes. Armed with these social elements, companies can gain confidence, effectively introduce social media tools, and invest in major social media initiatives. Due to changing consumer behavior, social media is also ideal for building and sustaining quality relationships with customers - which is why it is becoming an indispensable element in today's business.
The 2023 International Conference on National Brand & Private Label Marketing is a unique academic forum to present and discuss original, rigorous, and significant contributions from researchers around the world on marketing issues facing retailers, store brand managers and national brand managers.
The two-day event covered a wide range of topics from varied fields including retailing, marketing, general business, psychology, economics and statistics. The conference addressed diverse areas of application such as branding strategies, innovation in private labels, private label consumers, customer databases, Covid-19 consequences, loyalty programs, sustainability, and online grocery retailing, among others. A wide variety of theoretical and methodological approached have been used in these areas.
This volume presents the proceedings of this 2023 NB&PL marketing conference in a collection of original, rigorous, and relevant contributions.