Klaus Wertenbroch

Professor of Marketing
Email klaus.wertenbroch@insead.edu
Parfums Cacharel, a division of L’Oréal, used to have a dominating position on the European market with both the number one and number two best-selling fragrances: Anaïs Anaïs and Loulou. At the time of the case however, sales were declining at a rate of 15 % per year and Cacharel was a fragance brand in need of a major revitalization.

Published 25 Feb 2013

Reference 4929

Topic Marketing

Region Europe

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Parfums Cacharel, a division of L’Oréal, used to have a dominating position on the European market with both the number one and number two best-selling fragrances: Anaïs Anaïs and Loulou. At the time of the case however, sales were declining at a rate of 15 % per year and Cacharel was a fragance brand in need of a major revitalization.

Published 20 Dec 2012

Reference 4929

Topic Marketing

Region Europe

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Parfums Cacharel, a division of L’Oréal, used to have a dominating position on the European market with both the number one and number two best-selling fragrances: Anaïs Anaïs and Loulou. At the time of the case however, sales were declining at a rate of 15 % per year and Cacharel was a fragrance brand in need of a major revitalization.

Published 30 Nov 2007

Reference 4929

Topic Marketing

Industry Cosmetics Luxury Goods and Jewelry

Region Europe

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One of the key problems in marketing decision making is how to measure the effectiveness of marketing actions, for example, the effect of temporary price promotions on sales. Many outcomes of marketing decisions are multiply determined and involve both short- and long-term effects that are hard to pin down.

Published 03 Jan 2006

Reference 5090

Topic Marketing

Industry Retail Market Research

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Parfums Cacharel, a division of L’Oréal, used to have a dominating position on the European market with both the number one and number two best-selling fragrances: Anaïs Anaïs and Loulou. At the time of the case however, sales were declining at a rate of 15 % per year and Cacharel was a fragrance brand in need of a major revitalization.

Published 30 Nov 2007

Reference 4929

Topic Marketing

Industry Cosmetics Luxury Goods and Jewelry

Region Europe

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Behavioural Economics and Consumer Choice