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阿迪达斯品牌介绍

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1.阿迪达斯的历史发展 1 1.1阿迪达斯新老标志 1 1.2德国阿迪达斯公司简介 1
2.阿迪达斯的中国策略 2 2.1世界的阿迪达斯,更是中国的阿迪达斯 2 2.1.1中国本土化赞助运动 2 2.1.2中国人制定的“金牌”策略——2008年北京奥运会 3 2.1.3强攻中的“亲善”战术 4 2.1.4网尽漏网之鱼——品牌纵深细分与渠道扩张 4 2.2强攻战略的催魂武器——收购锐步 5 2.3阿迪:以奥运为舞台 6
3.阿迪达斯的品牌战略 7 3.1阿迪达斯的品牌策略 7 3.2阿迪达斯王国的供应链策略 9

摘要: adidas依然秉持Adi Dassler完美制鞋的理念,不断的与世界级的顶尖运动家与教练交换心得与需求,经过一连串反覆的测试与考验,发展出符合人体工学的各项产品,不但能帮助各类专业运动家们提升运动表现、更能满足一般市场消费者对高品质运动商品的需求。近年来,adidas不仅在设计上、功能上有新突破,代表性的三条线设计概念亦在流行趋势中掀起另一股风潮,席卷时下的年轻新世代形成流行新风格,带领全球运动商品迈向更多元化的远景。
关键字:adidas 阿迪达斯 品牌策略

1.阿迪达斯的历史发展

1.1阿迪达斯新老标志

1972年adidas首次采用“三叶草”这个商标。“三叶草”分别代表奥运精神、也是运动员一直追求的目标—更高、更快、更强。很多的人都认为“三叶草”的设计代表一朵盛开的花,其实原本它代表的是世界地图,将三个大陆板块连结在一起,也喻意着阿迪达斯创办人阿迪.达斯勒在运动鞋上所缝的三条带子。 1996年,adidas选择现代奥运诞生的一百周年开始,来纪念庆祝过往所取得的伟大成就,展望未来。“三叶草”只会出现在经典系列产品上,其他产品全部改用新的“三道杠”商标,代表品牌的优质内涵和未来前景。

1.2德国阿迪达斯公司简介

阿迪达斯(adidas)是一间德国运动用品制造商,是Adidas AG的成员公司。阿迪达斯以其创办人阿道夫•达斯勒(Adolf Adi Dassler)命名,在1920年于接近纽伦堡的赫佐格奥拉赫(Herzogenaurach)开始生产鞋类产品。1949年8月18日以adidas AG名字登记。阿迪达斯的服装及运动鞋设计通常都可见到3条平行间条,在其标志上亦可见,3条间条是阿迪达斯的特色。阿迪达斯("Adidas")以其创办人阿道夫•达斯勒(Adolf Dassler)的绰号(Adi)加上姓氏(Dassler)的头三个字母组成。 阿迪达斯体育用品,一个近百年历史的运动品牌,自从上世纪二十年代诞生,始终以“领跑者”的姿态伫立于世界体育用品的品牌阵营,且不断享受着接踵而来的成功喜悦。也就是这样一个优秀的运动品牌不仅为世界体育事业做出杰出贡献,同时在他的创新与引导下,世界体育产业经济及体育用品行业发展才呈现出更多的精彩。但自上世纪七十年代开始,在美国跑步运动热潮中被新生对手耐克严重挫败后,这种关乎品牌命运的“失落”一直陪伴其走过数十年的艰辛历程,并被营销界人士整理成经典失败案例摆在教学的课堂。 阿迪达斯的品牌创始人是阿迪达斯勒,达斯勒是个制鞋匠,还是一位痴迷的业余田径运动员。他从1926年开始经商,当时他家里开了家制造专用轻质跑鞋和足球鞋的工厂。1948年由于达斯勒兄弟产生家庭矛盾,达斯勒公司一分为二。其中一家叫彪马的公司归阿迪达斯勒的兄弟,另一家就是现在的阿迪达斯。

2.阿迪达斯的中国策略

2.1世界的阿迪达斯,更是中国的阿迪达斯…...

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