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Abstract

The case study along with its teaching note provides students with an overview of the mobile marketing industry. After working through the case, students will be able to: (1) understand YOC''s evolution into a complete mobile service provider; (2) understand the company''s service portfolio and its underlying technologies; and (3) discuss YOC''s competitive environment and its strategic positioning. The case is intended for: (1) use in marketing classes - the instructor should emphasise how mobile marketing helps companies to increase sales and awareness of products; (2) use in strategic management courses - the case illustrates how companies can mobilise the marketing and sales activities of their value chain; (3) use in the context of international business - the teacher should highlight YOC''s European-wide expansion; and (4) use in electronic and mobile commerce classes - the instructor should point out the advantages of mobile devices over traditional fixed-line communication.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
YOC EBIT (2006) EUR1.2 million approx, 75 employees
Other setting(s):
2000-2007

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Abstract

The case study along with its teaching note provides students with an overview of the mobile marketing industry. After working through the case, students will be able to: (1) understand YOC''s evolution into a complete mobile service provider; (2) understand the company''s service portfolio and its underlying technologies; and (3) discuss YOC''s competitive environment and its strategic positioning. The case is intended for: (1) use in marketing classes - the instructor should emphasise how mobile marketing helps companies to increase sales and awareness of products; (2) use in strategic management courses - the case illustrates how companies can mobilise the marketing and sales activities of their value chain; (3) use in the context of international business - the teacher should highlight YOC''s European-wide expansion; and (4) use in electronic and mobile commerce classes - the instructor should point out the advantages of mobile devices over traditional fixed-line communication.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
YOC EBIT (2006) EUR1.2 million approx, 75 employees
Other setting(s):
2000-2007

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