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Private transpor from Stuttgart airport to stra...
299,00 € *
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Enjoy a transfer from Strasbourg and its surroundings to Stuttgart Airport, without waiting and without constraints. Our drivers can wait for you at the desired location (hotel, airport or Strasbourg station or accommodation) to drop you off at Stuttgart. We can also pick you up at Stuttgart airport to take you back to Strasbourg and its surroundings. Our vehicles have several options to ensure optimum comfort .

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 20.01.2021
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Private transfer from Stuttgart to Baden-Baden ...
280,00 € *
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Enjoy a transfer from Stuttgart and its surroundings to Baden-Baden, without waiting and without constraints. Our drivers can wait for you at the desired location (hotel, airport, station or accommodation) to drop you. We can also pick you up from Baden-Baden to take you back toStuttgart and its surroundings. Our vehicles have several options to ensure optimum comfort and they can accommodate up to 8 passengers

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 20.01.2021
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Private transfer from Stuttgart to Europa Park ...
390,00 € *
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Come enjoy high-end transport to Germany's largest amusement park, Europa Park. This park is located in Rust in Germany, 3 hours from Stuttgart. Our vehicles can carry up to 8 passengers. Our drivers will pick you up at the desired location, to drop you off to this beautiful amusement park. They can also return you at the end of the day, just indicate it in advance when booking.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 20.01.2021
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The influence of high- and low-context cultures...
15,99 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Offline Marketing and Online Marketing, grade: 2,0, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, language: English, abstract: Nowadays the number of brands is significantly increasing, but interchangeability is included in the daily schedule of change: some brands don't work in specific markets and end to exist while simultaneously many new brands enter the markets. Contact to brands happens on a daily basis - consumers experience a plethora of offer and advertising of brands which is more and more getting an overtaxing and "oversaturation" to them. Purchase decisions are influenced by diverse complex factors and communication plays an increasingly important role. Not only social media and all manner of visual advertisements unconsciously do influence it but also verbal recommendations clearly leave its marks. But how does the positioning of brands works? The connection of the brand and its unique business model has to be sold and is more than decisive to achieve a strong and successful positioning. Currently not only one type of key customer dominates the markets but diverse target groups have to be addressed what more and more complicates the positioning process. But which influence does culture has on the positioning of brands? Is the procedure of advertising in different cultures the complete opposite? What is the deeper understanding of brands and positioning? What especially differentiates Cosmetic Brands? How does positioning created for a target group in a high-context culture differ from the one created for a low-context culture? The research question focusses on the question if specific criteria of cultures in an anthropological culture concept influence the positioning of Cosmetic brands and if there is an existing correlation. The objective of this assignment is to show if there is a clear difference in positioning Cosmetic brands in the two different concepts of culture.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 20.01.2021
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The influence of high- and low-context cultures...
27,90 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 2,0, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, language: English, abstract: Nowadays the number of brands is significantly increasing, but interchangeability is included in the daily schedule of change: some brands don't work in specific markets and end to exist while simultaneously many new brands enter the markets. Contact to brands happens on a daily basis - consumers experience a plethora of offer and advertising of brands which is more and more getting an overtaxing and 'oversaturation' to them. Purchase decisions are influenced by diverse complex factors and communication plays an increasingly important role. Not only social media and all manner of visual advertisements unconsciously do influence it but also verbal recommendations clearly leave its marks. But how does the positioning of brands works? The connection of the brand and its unique business model has to be sold and is more than decisive to achieve a strong and successful positioning. Currently not only one type of key customer dominates the markets but diverse target groups have to be addressed what more and more complicates the positioning process. But which influence does culture has on the positioning of brands? Is the procedure of advertising in different cultures the complete opposite? What is the deeper understanding of brands and positioning? What especially differentiates Cosmetic Brands? How does positioning created for a target group in a high-context culture differ from the one created for a low-context culture? The research question focusses on the question if specific criteria of cultures in an anthropological culture concept influence the positioning of Cosmetic brands and if there is an existing correlation. The objective of this assignment is to show if there is a clear difference in positioning Cosmetic brands in the two different concepts of culture.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 20.01.2021
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The Visualisation of Dystopian Elements in Frit...
11,90 CHF *
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Essay from the year 2012 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,0, University of Stuttgart, language: English, abstract: The futuristic film 'Metropolis' was Fritz Lang's reaction to his trip to New York in 1924. Both being shocked and brimming over with enthusiasm for the city's skyscrapers, cars as well as the rapid development of machines, inventions and thus the whole human life, he was able to realize the dangers that lie therein. It is the aim of this essay to examine how exactly Lang tried to present his fears and speculations to the spectators in order to initiate them in the set of problems depicted in the film. The first thing we see is that in the mega- city Metropolis are living two different classes of society, and the lives of the people could not be more discrete: First of all, the workers in the underground and their depressing living quarters are shown. Everyone is dressed in grey, dark colours prevail and create a melancholy, sad atmosphere. The uncomfortable environment is dull and suffocating. The men move in a way that resembles a convict's last march to the scaffold, with the music always emphasizing the mood of a scene. They all look to the ground and seem to be tired and hopeless, almost resembling a mass of prisoners. No individuals can be figured out because there is an absolute uniformity and anonymity. Like slaves, they are treated as inferior people having to obey their ruthless masters who force them to live and work under miserable conditions. In contrast to this claustrophobic subterranean world, the great city is shown with its numerous skyscrapers and impressive architecture. The carefree ruling class enjoys their live to the full and the sun shines brightly. We see young men doing sports in the open, embodying the direct opposite of the workers previously shown.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 20.01.2021
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The Visualisation of Dystopian Elements in Frit...
6,20 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Essay from the year 2012 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,0, University of Stuttgart, language: English, abstract: The futuristic film 'Metropolis' was Fritz Lang's reaction to his trip to New York in 1924. Both being shocked and brimming over with enthusiasm for the city's skyscrapers, cars as well as the rapid development of machines, inventions and thus the whole human life, he was able to realize the dangers that lie therein. It is the aim of this essay to examine how exactly Lang tried to present his fears and speculations to the spectators in order to initiate them in the set of problems depicted in the film. The first thing we see is that in the mega- city Metropolis are living two different classes of society, and the lives of the people could not be more discrete: First of all, the workers in the underground and their depressing living quarters are shown. Everyone is dressed in grey, dark colours prevail and create a melancholy, sad atmosphere. The uncomfortable environment is dull and suffocating. The men move in a way that resembles a convict's last march to the scaffold, with the music always emphasizing the mood of a scene. They all look to the ground and seem to be tired and hopeless, almost resembling a mass of prisoners. No individuals can be figured out because there is an absolute uniformity and anonymity. Like slaves, they are treated as inferior people having to obey their ruthless masters who force them to live and work under miserable conditions. In contrast to this claustrophobic subterranean world, the great city is shown with its numerous skyscrapers and impressive architecture. The carefree ruling class enjoys their live to the full and the sun shines brightly. We see young men doing sports in the open, embodying the direct opposite of the workers previously shown.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.01.2021
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The influence of high- and low-context cultures...
16,50 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Seminar paper from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 2,0, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, language: English, abstract: Nowadays the number of brands is significantly increasing, but interchangeability is included in the daily schedule of change: some brands don't work in specific markets and end to exist while simultaneously many new brands enter the markets. Contact to brands happens on a daily basis - consumers experience a plethora of offer and advertising of brands which is more and more getting an overtaxing and 'oversaturation' to them. Purchase decisions are influenced by diverse complex factors and communication plays an increasingly important role. Not only social media and all manner of visual advertisements unconsciously do influence it but also verbal recommendations clearly leave its marks. But how does the positioning of brands works? The connection of the brand and its unique business model has to be sold and is more than decisive to achieve a strong and successful positioning. Currently not only one type of key customer dominates the markets but diverse target groups have to be addressed what more and more complicates the positioning process. But which influence does culture has on the positioning of brands? Is the procedure of advertising in different cultures the complete opposite? What is the deeper understanding of brands and positioning? What especially differentiates Cosmetic Brands? How does positioning created for a target group in a high-context culture differ from the one created for a low-context culture? The research question focusses on the question if specific criteria of cultures in an anthropological culture concept influence the positioning of Cosmetic brands and if there is an existing correlation. The objective of this assignment is to show if there is a clear difference in positioning Cosmetic brands in the two different concepts of culture.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.01.2021
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