Spend some time in many of the world’s major cities, and it won’t be along until you stumble across an H&M outlet. Thanks to its canny international expansion strategy, the Swedish fast-fashion brand has grown to become one of the world’s largest clothing retailers. H&M’s steady march towards global domination has been shaped by its efficient and flexible marketing approach. From savvy production models to forward-thinking advertising and partnerships, H&M is a dominant force at the intersection of fashion, quality and price.
Two giants battling it out for the right to rule over one of the most populous countries in the world. No, it’s not the plot to the latest CGI-filled Hollywood blockbuster. The two giants in question are Walmart and Amazon, and the prize at stake? Access to the hundreds of millions of online shoppers in India.
The Dove “Real Beauty” campaign has an iconic status among marketing circles. Using “real” women who buy the products instead of models seems simple, yet it defied everyday advertising practices. After major success in the West, Dove continues to reinvent its famous advertising campaign in other countries. Taking in account cultural specifics it snatched its share of female beauty consumers in India’s market. Let’s take look how the famous beauty products company adapted its western marketing strategy to make it in India.