Marketing Plan for Chanel N5 Perfume

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Executive Summary
Chanel No.5 is one of the most popular perfume products on the market. The Chanel N5 has a constant mission to accomplish in satisfying it customers as well as the laws. It is crucial to keep a reasonable price and maintain high quality of the perfume product. Correspondingly, whenever the cost of the product decreases, it means the quality of the product lessens, and luxury product becomes ordinary. "The word perfume derives from the Latin perfumare, meaning to smoke through. Perfume is a mixture of fragrant essential oils or aroma compounds, fixatives and solvents used to give the human body a pleasant scent “(Wikipedia). Chanel N5 is one of the most popular out of the company perfumes. It dominates the market since early 1920 the reason for marketing that products changed dramatically over the years. Chanel No 5 is one of the most popular scents made by Chanel, and it wins over scents form competitors for many reasons. Because Chanel no 5 is one of the oldest perfumes, the marketing strategy for this product has to meets expectations of the consumers.
Target Market
The consumer demographic segmentation for perfume business includes wealthy individuals mainly woman in their late thirties and older. Perfumes tend to cost much more than any other fragrances. Therefore, not everyone can afford it. The customer driven, and increase in perfumes market is affected by demographic lifestyle. Some people use perfumes for special occasions and others wear it regularly. For older woman or man it is more likely they will use the same product and buy the same kind over the years. Nowadays, the young women become more interested in buying perfumes. They are among that generation who like changes and try new fragrances that perfume market has to offer.
Environment
The competitive, cultural, and natural and technological environments play an important…...

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