ZARA CASE STUDY
- Zara Case Study Inditex made its debut into the international retail market in 2000 and since then has expanded to have a chains , the best and strongest of the bunch is Zara . This case study considers the international marketing tactics of Zara and also documents some of the strategies of its most fierce competitors within the market .1 . Explain the existing segmentation , targeting and position strategies of Zara brand Zara has been particularly successful in the process of market segmentation . This is one of the primary tenets of their entire business plan
Zara has been particularly successful in the process of market segmentation . This is one of the primary tenets of their entire business plan
and it has led them to success . One of the interesting things about Zara is that its target market shares some similarities with one another , so they are able to market the brand over some boundaries that would not normally be available to a company . Like most retail companies , their market consists of selling to all sorts of people including women , children , and men . They sell the majority of their products to women , who are fond of many of their accessories . Most specifically , they market their brand to young women who have the means to purchase their goods . The eighteen to thirty-five year old group is one that they target sharply . They have been successful in large part because of their ability to market these products at a decent price . In addition to that , the company has shown the ability to produce its products at an incredibly efficient level . There...