Audubon Hill: a Relationship Marketing Case Study
The following case demonstrates how local businesses can flourish even in tough economic times. The case highlights two dominant marketing topics, relationship marketing and customer gratitude, and reveals their favorable effects for a small local business. The case is particularly applicable in an introductory marketing course, although it is also suited for undergraduates enrolled in management, fashion merchandising or retailing courses. It is recommended that students will assess the company’s marketing strategy as well as target market, and examine the company’s practice of relationship marketing and generation of customer gratitude. Students should expect to spend two hours outside of class reviewing and responding to the case questions in groups. An in class discussion can follow, in which the class hears all of the different group responses.
International Academy for Case Studies Annual Conference (IACS)
New Orleans, LA
Bock, Dora E., Lindsay R.L. Larson.
"Audubon Hill: a Relationship Marketing Case Study."
Marketing Faculty Presentations.