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The case is based on the Marvel brand in the early s and recommendations are based on the case summary and facts provided to students. Background Marvel Enterprises, Inc. Having built its empire largely in licensing fees and on classic characters, Marvel faces the choice of whether to expand into new characters in its portfolio and whether to begin transitioning from a licensing company to an original creator.
Recommendation My recommendation for Marvel has four parts. Secondly, Marvel should create, through licensing with a network or streaming site, a Marvel universe-themed television show for younger audiences that spotlights the entire Marvel brand. Next, Marvel should seek out avenues to specifically target females in ages corresponding to their highest product demographics for males.
Lastly, Marvel should diversify its offerings with original and immersive digital content.
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Despite its diverse lineup of 4, characters, Marvel focuses on its low-risk established characters. This strategy lacks long-term viability, since audiences will tire of the same characters, and sequels are landing poorer than in past years1.
Because Marvel can introduce characters first in comic books and slowly advance them to more investment-heavy outlets, this option has a smaller risk than the stagnation of its established characters and the potential for high reward in new readers. A concern of transitioning its portfolio from its few established characters to its many lesser known ones is that the view of the Marvel brand will shift.
That is why I recommend that Marvel creates, in conjunction with a network or streaming service, a Marvel universe-themed TV show for a wide audience of 8 to 18, who buy its merchandise.
In addition to exposing the primary audience of its comics and merchandise to its new set of characters, the show would act as an incentive to purchase as movie releases do and test audience reactions to characters for movie development. Through a campaign embracing female interest in Marvel heroes and a long-term promise to increase its representation of female heroes, Marvel could entice this segment to be a loyal customer base and also gain media attention from progressive media outlets and social media.
Much like the Marvel universe TV show, this digital content, ranging from interactive character bios to all-character mobile games, would unify the Marvel brand and give new audiences access to attitudinal loyalty through its engaging and personal interfaces, in addition to explicit advertising of its comic books, merchandise, and programs.
Alternatives, Risks, and Assumptions A potential risk of the television show idea is the risk of achieving such a wide audience base.
However, I believe that with easily digestible plots, exciting characters, and nuanced jokes and situations with different meanings for the older audiences and younger audiences, Marvel will be able to achieve this.
If that segment of females does not exist, Marvel can focus on targeting female children who have not yet been influenced by past gendered superhero practices.
A risk of the original digital content is that consumers would not interact with it. However, Marvel can combat this through exclusive online content and product offerings, given its loyal cu Advertisements.Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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