Marketing in a Global Environment

In this assignment, you assume the role of Director of Marketing at a Fortune 500 company. The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) has reviewed your Campaign Brief and shared it with the executive team. They have asked for a presentation with details of the proposed Marketing Campaign. This presentation will be developed as a PowerPoint slide deck in Assignment 2 and presented via Zoom in Assignment 3.

For Assignment 2, you will create a PowerPoint deck of 10 to 15 slides. To support you in this assignment, there is an Assignment 2 Template available in your Blackboard course. You should use this template as a guide in developing your slides, to ensure that all required content is included.

Bear in mind that your audience will be the CMO and members of the company’s executive team. As high- level decision makers, these are very busy people, so you know that you must present your ideas concisely, to respect their time, but also persuasively, to solicit their buy-in and approval for the campaign.

Leverage what you have learned in the first seven weeks of your JWI 518 – Marketing in a Global Environment course, including the textbook readings, Lecture Notes, articles, videos, and external resources. You will also build on the work you did in your Campaign Brief in Assignment 1.

In Week 5, for Part A, you will create Slides 1 to 6, with relevant References. Your professor will grade the slides and provide feedback. Your slides should be as complete as possible. If you still need additional data, note this in your slides, indicating what will be added and where you will locate the data.

Assignment 2, Part A is due by Sunday, midnight of Week 5. 

Only do slides 1-6. 

WE HAVE HAD A GOOD SUCCESS RATE ON THIS ASSIGBNMENT. PLACE AN ORDER WITH SCHOLAR WRITERS AND GET 100% ORIGINAL PAPERS

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>