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QUT - Marketing Assessment 2: Individual Marketing Plan, on Loreal Men Expert, I received a 6 for this.

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SITUATION ANALYSIS L’Oreal Paris is a French cosmetics company and a leading player in the Australian makeup market, generating 20.1% share of the markets value (MarketLine Advantage, 2016). Recently, L’Oreal Paris launched their Men Expert brand and range of products in an effort to capture a greater male clientele. The global market for male grooming is projected to reach US$60.7 billion, by 2020 (Euromonitor International, 2015). With an attributed growth particularly in men’s skin and hair care products (Euromonitor International, 2015). A SWOT analysis (Appendix 1) demonstrates the strengths and weaknesses of the brand. L’Oreal Men Exp...
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