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Marketing strategy of Boost Juice

ContentsAbout Boost JuiceBoost Juice Market StatisticsMarket analysis of Boost Juice company and beverage industryMarketing Mix of Boost JuiceBoost juice STPBeverage industry analysis using PESTLE and 5 forces modelBoost Juice Marketing StrategyPopular marketing campaigns by Boost JuiceDigital presence of Boost Juice...


Boost juice marketing plan (STP and 7 Ps) and recommendations

The article provides the information regarding the business and market analysis of a reputed organization Boost Juice located in Australia. The detailed review about 7Ps, which have been adopted by Boost Juice for enhancing its competitive edge is also given in the article. The end section of the article provides some recommendations that would help Boost Juice in enhancing the...


ERP- its advantages and disadvantages

Enterprise Resource Planning is certainly essential to be implemented logically in an organisation, It simply helps in the proper planning and management of an organisation’s working style. Alsio, it is an effective medium which helps in simplifying the communication process throughout the organisation. This article enlists the types, advantages and disadvantages of ERP with th...


4G network and its distinctiveness

Technology has made it possible for people around the world to stay connected with each other. It is with the help of continuous advancements in networks that mobile and wireless networks are easily accessed by people.This article provides an in depth detail about 4G networks and its differences from the 3G and 5G networks. The information provided in the article can prove to b...


OSI Reference Model, its difference and layers description in detail

The main agenda of this article is to discuss the ‘Open System Interconnection Model’ also known as OSI model. Basically, this is a conceptual model which is mainly used to scrutinize the flow of data with respect to its seven layers. Further, this model characterizes several computing functions directly into the universal set of rules as well as requirements so as to support i...


Feasibility Study and its types

Types of Feasibility Study Feasibility study is one of the important phase in the development of a software. This step is taken once the developers gather all the requirements from the customer. All these requirements are studied and then a final list of requirements is made. As the client may or may not be technical person, they might give some requirements that are...


E-Healthcare and My Healthcare Record System

The advantages of the healthcare system have grown manifold with the services being transmitted to the online platform. Additionally, the e- healthcare system allows the patient as well as the doctor to access the information remotely. Along with this there are many benefits provided by the e- healthcare system to its users. Further, the facility of My Health Record is yet anot...


Cyber Security, its types and advantages

Cyber Security has become a concern for companies around the world. The increasing number of cyber crimes is pushing companies to adopt stricter security measures. To adopt the possible cyber security measures, one needs to understand them well first. This article details the importance, types, advantages and disadvantages of Cyber Security. It also provides credible informatio...


Database & Centralised, Decentralised and distributed systems

Database in its basic terminology is the collection of data which is managed by a database management system. A DBMS can be described as a powerful software or a tool which eases out a lot of work for a database administrator. In this all the data can be easily manipulated and managed. Thus, enhancing the performance of the system by a generous margin. This is the reason why D...


A brief on CAPM, Its Advantages and Disadvantages

A brief on CAPMWhat is the Capital Asset Pricing Model? The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) refers to the model that explains the relationship between expected return and risk of investing in security (asset). This model is widely used throughout finance for pricing risky securities and producing expected returns for assets given the risk of those assets and cost o...