This research work examined the importance of Branding in the marketing of Unilever products with special reference to Toiletries such as soap and toothpastes. The study made use of primary and secondary data primary data was sourced from questionnaire and oral interview while secondary data came from textbooks, magazines, newspapers and journals. The research instrument used in gathering the data was the questionnaire, which was distributed to 200 consumers of toiletries brands of Unilever products in Enugu metropolis out of the 200 copies of the questionnaire issued to the consumers 190 were returned and used for analysis.
The data collected were analyzed using tables, frequencies and percentages. After data analysis I discovered that:
•Brand name makes it for the consumers to recognize Unilever Products.
•Branding helps in advertising and promoting Unilever products
•Branding helps the consumer to repeat purchases.
•Branding enhances the quality of Unilever products.
•Branding increases the product image of Unilever products.
Based on the above findings, recommendations were made which the researcher feel will go a long way in helping Unilever to market its products.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
1.1Background of the Study
1.2Statement of Problem
1.3Objectives of Study
1.5Significance of the Study
1.6Scope and Limitations of the Study
CHAPTER TWO:REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.2Characteristics for Selecting a Good Brand Name.
2.3Types of Branding Strategies
2.4Branding as an Effective Marketing Strategy for Toiletries
2.5The Importance of Branding in Manufacturing Industries
2.6The Impact of branding on Consumer Buying Decision
2.7Consumer Purchase Decision
2.8Branding as Tools for Product Posting.
CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1Sources of Data
3.2Population of the Study
3.3Sample Size Determination
3.4Selection and Construction of the Research Instrument.
3.6Administration of the Research Instrument
3.7Data Analysis Method.
CHAPTER FOUR:DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.1Allocation and Return of Questionnaires
CHAPTER FIVE:SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION
5.1Summary of Finding
Appendix 1:Consumer Questionnaire
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