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Subject category: Marketing
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Ivey Publishing (2019)
Version:
2019-03-29
Revision date:
18-Apr-2019
Length:
7 pages
Data source:
Field research

Abstract

In January 2018, a senior manager at Labatt Breweries of Canada, headquartered in Toronto, was thinking of how to launch an influencer strategy for the Budweiser brand in Canada. The manager needed a strategy to connect with a group of influential bloggers and other influencers in Canada. These influencers' opinions affected the way different brands were viewed. Getting the influencers on-side would require finesse as Budweiser was typically seen as different from the new, popular craft-brew brands. Budweiser was the leading beer brand in Canada. It needed to be more relevant to the 18-24 target group, a group that the brand had struggled to reach despite allocating significant marketing dollars to promote its product. The senior manager, who was looking into implementing an influencer marketing campaign, realized that she needed to do some planning regarding how to take into account influencers' views and preferences.

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Influencers; Strategy; Brand; Marketing
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Large
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2018

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