EILEEN FISHER: Repositioning the Brand

EILEEN FISHER: Repositioning the Brand (2012) Harvard Business School Case (Keinan, Avery, Wilson, and Norton)

Well-established fashion brand Eileen Fisher has traditionally appealed to older women. However, to drive growth, Eileen Fisher’s management team wants to target a younger demographic and has revamped its Fall product line to offer more fashionable styles to appeal to younger women. But, repositioning the brand has proven to be harder than expected. This case explores the challenges of appealing to new target markets, without alienating existing consumers. The case follows Eileen Fisher’s initial forays into social media as they chase a younger demographic and demonstrates the opportunities and pitfalls that await big brands when they enter the world of Web 2.0.

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