Crafting Sustainable Wine Businesses: Concepts and Cases

Author: Armand Gilinsky, Jr.

Publisher: Springer


Category: Science

Page: 99

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Sustainable wine businesses are being crafted around the world, leaving the land in better shape for the next generation. In this book, four case studies reveal that sustainability in the wine industry it is tied tightly to long-term profitability.

Crafting Sustainable Wine Businesses

Concepts and Cases

Author: Armand Gilinsky, Jr.

Publisher: Palgrave Pivot


Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 112

View: 823

Sustainable wine businesses are being crafted around the world, fulfilling the industry's number one priority - leaving the land in better shape for the next generation. Using four case studies of wineries in both the Old and New Worlds, this book shows students and scholars how to develop and defend metrics for benchmarking wine business sustainability and justify new investments supporting this; it then analyzes and compares various wine businesses to other businesses using these sustainability benchmarks. By implementing a 'sustainable' strategy in the wine industry, future generations can benefit from growth, long-term profitability, and continuing success of the wine industry for years to come.

Crafting Sustainable Wine Businesses: Concepts and Cases

Author: Gilinsky, Jr. (Armand)





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Sustainable wine businesses are being crafted around the world, leaving the land in better shape for the next generation. In this book, four case studies reveal that sustainability in the wine industry it is tied tightly to long-term profitability.

Social Sustainability in the Global Wine Industry

Concepts and Cases

Author: Sharon L. Forbes

Publisher: Springer Nature


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 204

View: 517

This book examines the social dimension of sustainability in the wine industry. Social sustainability focuses on people and communities. Contributors explore topics such as philanthropy, poverty, natural disasters, communication, and wine tourism from a global perspective using research and case studies in developed and developing countries. This edited book provides researchers, academics, practitioners and students with varied perspectives of social sustainability in the global wine industry.

Case Studies in the Beer Sector

Author: Roberta Capitello

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 390

View: 862

Case Studies in the Beer Sector investigates managerial and marketing dynamics in the beer sector. It explores the relevance of consumer science and its use as a tool for marketing strategies, putting special focus on small craft breweries. The book provides a variety of case studies from several countries to outline the global context within which the beer industry is developing. Real-life examples on how innovation and differentiation strategies affect consumer perceptions of beer are included, along with the relationship among breweries throughout the supply chain. Sections cover business strategy, sustainability, and how breweries are meeting the increasing demand for sustainable production processes. While this book provides a thorough reference for scholars and practitioners who work in the beer sector, it is also ideal for those studying business, agriculture, food engineering, technology, applied marketing and business strategy. Investigates contemporary managerial and marketing dynamics in the beer sector Explores the relevance of consumer science and its use as a tool for marketing strategies for both multinational players and small craft breweries Includes case studies that provide the reader with real-life examples on how to apply concepts discussed Offers a global, cross-cultural perspective on the beer sector in different countries and continents

The Future of Luxury Brands

Artification and Sustainability

Author: Annamma Joy

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 311

View: 457

The concepts of artification and sustainability are now both at the heart of luxury brand marketing strategies; artification as an ongoing process of transformation in the world of art and sustainability as an indispensable response to the issues of our times. The Future of Luxury Brands examines three interrelated luxury-marketing segments—the art world, fashion and fine wines including hospitality services—through the dual lenses of sustainability and artification. From safeguarding human and natural resources to upholding labor rights and protecting the environment, sustainability has taken center stage in consumer consciousness, embodying both moral authority and sound business practices. At the same time, artification—the process by which non-art is reconceived as art—applies the cachet of art to business, affording commercial products the sacred status accorded to works of art. When commercial products enter the realm of aesthetic creation, artification and consumer engagement inevitably increases. This pioneering book examining artification and sustainability as strategic pillars of marketing strategies in the luxury industry will be essential reading for practitioners working in luxury product companies, as also students of luxury brand marketing.

Wine Business Case Studies

Thirteen Cases from the Real World of Wine Business Management

Author: Pierre Mora

Publisher: Board and Bench Publishing


Category: Cooking

Page: 300

View: 455

Published in association with the Bordeaux College of Business, this groundbreaking book applies business pedagogy s powerful learning tool to the unique challenges of wine business management. Within are thirteen cases drawn from the examples of real business success and calamity by an international group of respected wine business scholars.

Ebook: Crafting and Executing Strategy

The Quest for Competitive Advantage

Author: Alex Janes

Publisher: McGraw Hill


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 904

View: 826

This new edition of Craftingand Executing Strategy continues to provide a valuable resource forEuropean readers while embracing new and updated core concepts and key theoriesin strategy. Throughout the text you will find a range of examples thatillustrate how strategy works in the real world and encourage the practicalapplication of learning. Complementing the chapters is a section of new casesproviding in-depth analysis of the challenges of strategic management at arange of companies. This edition includes: • A new 6Ds framework, allowing readers to structure theirapproach to strategic management around the fundamental elements of thestrategy process (Diagnosis, Direction, Decisions and Delivery) and the contextwithin which that process is managed (Dynamism and Disorder). • Opening cases that begin each chapter and feature real-lifebusiness scenarios from companies such as Tinder, Ikea and Victorinox,introducing strategic concepts and theories. • Illustration Capsules, which have been updated to illustratecontemporary business concerns and demonstrate how companies have reactedstrategically, increasing understanding of successful strategies. Companiesfeatured include Burberry, TOMS, Aldi, Novo Nordisk and more. • Key Debates that stimulate classroom discussion and encouragecritical analysis. • Emerging Themes that present contemporary strategicopportunities and issues such as ripple intelligence and technology and neworganizational structures. • A Different View encouraging readers to appreciate differingviewpoints on strategic concepts and theories. • End of chapter cases that capture each chapter’s main theoriesthrough engaging cases on companies such as Adidas and Nike, Lego and Uber. • New recommended reading at the end of each chapter which help tofurther knowledge, including classic texts and advanced reading, and authornotes providing context Connect is McGraw-Hill Education’s learning and teachingenvironment that improves student performance and outcomes while promotingengagement and comprehension of content. New for this edition are interview-style videos, featuring authorAlex Janes in discussion with business leaders, exploring how organizationalstrategy has developed within companies as diverse as Jeep, Levi Strauss, NovoNordisk and a prestigious oil and gas company. The videos are provided infull-length or in segments, with questions aimed at encouraging classroomdiscussion or self-testing. This new edition is available with SmartBook, McGraw-HillEducation’s adaptive, digital tool that tests students’ knowledge of key conceptsand pinpoints the topics on which they need to focus study time. Crafting and Executing Strategy is also available with both TheBusiness Strategy Game and GLO-BUS – the world’sleading business strategy simulations.

Maintaining Sustainable Accounting Systems in Small Business

Author: Carvalho, Luísa Cagica

Publisher: IGI Global


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 387

View: 564

Accounting systems and sustainability management are vital for company management and performance. This is particularly difficult for small businesses. As such, it is necessary to understand the features and issues of sustainable accounting systems, with a particular focus on small business. Maintaining Sustainable Accounting Systems in Small Business is a critical scholarly resource that explores sustainability accounting systems with small businesses and how the economic, social, and environmental aspects are related to each other in the company’s management and performance. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as management control system, integrated reporting, and small and medium enterprises, this book is geared towards entrepreneurs, business managers, academicians, business professionals, and graduate-level students seeking practical information about the different sustainable accounting systems from strategic, organizational, and accounting perspectives.

Research Anthology on Strategies for Maintaining Successful Family Firms

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1146

View: 451

Family-owned businesses account for many of the small and medium-sized enterprises that exist around the world in various industries. Due to their unique make up, these firms are often heavily influenced by family dynamics that must be reconciled by family and non-family workers alike in order to ensure the sustainability of the business. As smaller businesses competing against an increasingly globalized economy and more directly impacted by economic instability, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, these businesses must continue to improve their practices and processes in order to not only survive but thrive. The Research Anthology on Strategies for Maintaining Successful Family Firms discusses the strategies, sustainability, and human aspects of family firms in order to understand what sets them apart from other businesses and how they can survive and compete in a globalized economy. This book discusses the unique dynamic brought by family firms that offers both opportunities and challenges for a growing business. Covering topics such as corporate venturing, the family unit, and business ethics, this text is an essential resource for family firms, entrepreneurs, managers, business students, business professors, researchers, and academicians.