Case | HBS Case Collection | September 2005 (Revised March 2007)

Lifefont: The Case for RetailDriver

Abstract

Examines how Lifefont (pseudonym), a multidivisional consumer packages goods company, develops a system to manage and measure the impact of promotional events in retail outlets.

Keywords: Framework; Change Management; Compensation and Benefits; Cost vs Benefits; Growth Management; Management Analysis, Tools, and Techniques; Customer Relationship Management; Product Marketing; Salesforce Management; Advertising; Management Systems; Information Technology; Retail Industry;

Citation:

Martinez-Jerez, Francisco de Asis, and Karim Fakhry. "Lifefont: The Case for RetailDriver." Harvard Business School Case 106-005, September 2005. (Revised March 2007.)